About me.....blog spot

Pamela Johnson is a registered British Wheel of Yoga Teacher.

I started practising Yoga in 1999 (eek 21 years ago) after feeling the pressure of stress in the workplace. It started with a simple relaxation class moved on to Ashtanga yoga which I did for some years, and I now practice Hatha yoga which I teach. 

There are many different styles and classes types, find a style that you warm to and stick with it. It is all 'yoga'.

I started teaching training in February 2009. Three years & 500 hours of study later I completed my BWY Teaching Diploma, qualification in November 2011. I use any profit earned from teaching classes to attend workshops and retreats to increase and develop my learning.

Blog spot...... from June 2019 onwards, I intend to inform here, what teacher training workshops I have attended this year so far and how this has affected my teaching, along with what my current aims are for my regular classes along with any creative idea's I am planning in my head for workshops and retreats.

Happy Spring Time

A few words to inspire at this time of year........

Upward rising energy

New growth

New shoots and buds

Bright colours

Birds nesting - birdsong

New fresh aroma's in the breeze

A time to dust off winter and get outside

Longer daylight hours

At the moment I am really enjoying the springtime sequences. Spring is all about bringing in the balance as the upward rising yang energy really takes hold.  We do need to balance this out with moments of yin to ensure we stay grounded.  

Standing postures are a great way to feel grounded as well as taking time to sit in meditation, maybe at the end of the practice.  This year we are seeing a lot of turmoil across the planet that is making people feel un-easy therefore there has never been a better time to practice yoga, even if this is in your own home.

At present classes are still to continue until I am informed otherwise.

I recommend that anyone attending does bring there own mat for hygiene purposes and you can of course bring your own hand sanitiser.  I will continue to carry some mats and wipes.

Books I'm reading 

The Bhagavad Gita (always on the go)

All pictures from google images. Apart from the feet!

I have now completed a new course with CHEK Europe to become a Level 1 Holistic Lifestyle Coach. I intend then to run courses and 121 sessions based around this. This course will enhance what I already know about lifestyle and give it structure. A Holistic lifestyle coach looks at the whole body and mind. Its not personal training - its lifestyle changing....... its a long term commitment to make permanent changes in your life...... ask me about it

Websites for further info


Ekhart yoga

Yoga campus

Do yoga with me

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Yoga at in the back yard - no fancy studio required