Back Stretch

Coming Up

Yoga Pose

Flow & Unwind
Tuesday Yoga

6.30pm - 8pm, Rhydypennau Hall , Bow St

Mindful activation and flow followed by longer held postures and relaxation


Be Nourished

Thursday Yoga Class

Weekly, 6pm - 7.30pm

Canolfan Merched y Wawr, Vulcan St, Aber

Exploring how we can nourish body, mind and soul through mindful yoga, breathwork and relaxation

Fitness for future mothers

Yoga, Hypnobirth, Positive Birth Preparation

6 week course 16th May - 27th June, not including 30th May

Mondays 5.45-7.15pm

Aberystwyth Arts Centre

Pregnancy yoga, hypnobirth meditations, positive birth preparation, pelvic floor care

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Yoga for Menopause / 

From 19th Sept

Mondays 6pm - 7.30pm, Borth Hall

Yoga, breathwork, meditation & yoga nidra for Menopause / Perimenopause00

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Pelvic Floor - 
Connect & Restore

16th January 3pm - 7pm

Borth Community Hall 

A holistic approach to nourishing your pelvic floor

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Embracing Shadow

Wednesday 9th December, 6pm - 10pm

Aberystwyth Golf Club

Exploring the treasure filled world of our shadow selves

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Rose Wisdom
Afternoon Retreat

Sat 11th June, 1pm - 6.30pm

Buarth Hall, Aberystwyth

Connecting to the healing energy of rose with yoga, meditation and mandala art


Cylch Phoenix Circle

Sunday 18th September, 1pm - 3pm

Llanilar Hall

connection, community, a safe space to share freely and to learn techniques and tips for thriving in today's changeable world




Sunday 18th September, 1pm - 3pm

Llanilar Hall

Are you looking for connection, community, a safe space to share freely and to learn techniques and tips for thriving in today's changeable world?


Come and join Cylch Phoenix Circle.

This donation based circle will be a space where we can:

Come together in community to witness and support each other exactly as we are in the moment, with love and without judgement.

Learn techniques to help release stress, nurture the nervous system and help you find both softness and resilience in these changeable times.

Reconnect to your body. Your breath. Your heart. Your truth. Each other.

Slow down and claim radical rest in a world that seems to be whirling so quickly.

Come with friends or make new ones on the day.

All tribes / genders welcome, come as you are.

Payment is via donation, if cash is tight I'm more than happy with trades as a from of energy exchange.....bring along something you made or grew in your garden!


Pelvic Floor - Connect & Restore 

16th January, 3pm - 7pm, Borth Community Hall

£35, concessions available 

This workshop will introduce

a truly holistic approach to working with your pelvic floor and core... Because let's face it, we are woefully lacking in the West when it comes to support / information on how to take care of our pelvic floor! Apart from "do your kegels" (which by the way aren't always what's needed, and the way they're often taught means they don't necessarily translate to a functional pelvic floor) we are provided with very little real world or helpful info or practices. Let's change that! 

Suitable for women and those with vaginas at all stages of life, we will explore the physical, the energetic, the emotional and the mental layers of working to connect to, understand, heal and nourish the pelvic floor.

Part learning opportunity and part delicious yoga, breathwork, relaxation, tea drinking and cake eating, this will be a treat and super practical all in one.

Some of things this learning could help with:

Building a functional, healthy pelvic floor

Pelvic pain

Incontinence (weeing a bit when you jump / run/ cough etc)

Preparing for birth / postpartum / perimenopause / menopause


Recovering connection and tone

Welcoming a positive relationship to your body

More fulfilling orgasms / deeper connection to your erotic life force energy

Helping build confidence and release anxiety and stress around this area /pelvic health

Come along, then tell your daughters / mothers / sisters / loved ones everything you learn Let's start a positive spiral around pelvic health.

NB Please be aware that working with the body and the breath with a particular focus on this area can sometimes release long held memories / emotions etc which means there is the possibility this work can be triggering for some who have experienced sexual trauma. The approach is very gentle, but can also be very powerful, so please check in carefully with yourself that this work is right for you at this time / make sure you have support in place if you feel that you might need it <3

Yoga Pose

Flow & Unwind

Tuesdays, 6.30pm - 8pm, 

Rhydypennau Hall, Bow St (next to Butchers)

£10 per class, book online, click "Sign Me Up" above


We will start with breathwork, allowing time to really arrive on our mats. Then moving through smaller movements as we begin to mobilise the body and get energy moving. We will enjoy some activating flow, as you are guided to practice in a way that supports you from the ground up and inside out, allowing you to find freedom of movement that is kind to your body and feels great.

The second part of the class focuses on longer held postures, taking time to allow your body to unravel tension gently, helping your body release physical, mental and emotional stress and patterns that no longer serve you.

All classes end with a guided meditation for deep relaxation.

Friendly and informal class. Beginners are always welcome. 

You will need to bring your own mat, props / blanket and water bottle please.

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Tuesday Lunchtime Yoga

Tuesdays, 1pm-1.50pm,

in the Dance Room

Aberystwyth Arts Centre

£5 per class as block book (£30 for 6 weeks) or £7 drop in 

An oasis of calm in your day! Release stress and tension, boost energy and welcome a sense of tranquillity with breath lead, gently paced movement, some longer held poses to help your nervous system settle, topped off with breathwork and meditation for relaxation.

Beginners welcome!

Please bring a mat and bottle water.

Book online for drop in or contact me for block booking

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Be Nourished

Thursdays, 6pm - 7.30pm,

Canolfan Merched y Wawr, Vulcan St, Aberystwyth

Block book at £8 per class (4 week block £32, contact me to book) or drop in £10 , Book online, click "Sign Me Up" above

These classes emphasise working in harmony with body and breath, moving with love and presence and finding what resonates for you on that particula.r day.

Including techniques to bring energetic balance and grounding to help move through times of transition and challenge with more ease, and combine movement and stillness in a way that allows you to recenter yourself. Yoga to soothe the soul!

Prenatal Yoga Class

Empowered Birth

6 week block starts Monday 16th May (there is no class on 30th May as it's school holiday, so last class of the block is 27th June).

£60 for the 6 weeks

This 6 week block of classes will be a combination of pregnancy yoga, hypnobirth meditations, breathwork for labour, relaxation, and learning how to prepare and care for your pelvic floor in pregnancy and postnatally.

Pregnancy yoga is one of the most gorgeous ways to connect to your body, mind and baby and will also help you prepare physically, mentally and emotionally for birth and beyond. Beginners are totally welcome!

As well as a blissful yoga practice, we will cover hypnobirthing  -what it is, how it works and how to use it, practicing hypnobirth and breathwork techniques that will help you enjoy your pregnancy and approach birth feeling calm and confident. We will also explore active birth - what it is, how it works and different ways to work with it. We will also look at preparing the pelvic floor for birth and the postnatal period.

You will be held in a safe, confidential space where you can freely share any worries, hopes, fears or excitement about pregnancy, birth and beyond.

At the end of the six weeks there will be the option to come with your birth partner to the Empowered Birth workshop, where we will cover topics like: how to be an amazing birth partner, massage for pregnancy and birth, partner hypnobirthing techniques, effective comfort techniques for labour and birth, navigating fear around birth and creating confidence, partner hypnobirth techniques, creating a postnatal plan (we often create a birth plan and forget about the bit when the baby has arrived!) and baby proofing your relationship / family interactions, as well as loads of other useful tips, techniques and info. This course will be priced separately.

As well as being a pregnancy and postnatal yoga teacher I work as a doula (supporting mothers and parents as they prepare for birth, through labour / birth and in the early days with their baby), hypnobirth teacher and massage therapist and love including techniques that help women and parents feel confident, calm and empowered on their pregnancy and birth journey.

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Embracing the Shadow

Date and time TBC, please contact me if you are interested and I will get in touch once date confirmed

Our shadow is the parts of ourselves that we reject - the parts we don't want others to see but are crying out for some love and nurturing. Shadow work isn't "creepy", infact it's some of the most powerful and nourishing work we can do. It can be challenging as we are faced with the most hidden aspects of ourselves, perhaps long held patterns of shame, anger or guilt, but shadow work is about radical self acceptance, integrating and welcoming ourselves as an authentic whole. 

This workshop will use yoga, breathwork, mantra, energy work and effective techniques to help us explore:

What is my shadow ?

How the shadow comes into play in our lives

How we can embrace the power that comes with vulnerability, self acceptance, self knowledge and stepping into the truth of who we really are 

Techniques to help us stay emotionally safe, strong and steady as we do this work / navigate the often stormy seas of life (Hello 2020 / 2021!) 

If you like the sound of a compassionate, mindful and kind approach to exploring the treasure filled world of our shadow, come along.


NB: Shadow work can be extremely healing and empowering, but when we explore what is hidden there is a chance that we can "re activate" trauma that may have been buried as a coping mechanism, so please consider if this work is suitable for you at this moment in time. If you have experienced deep trauma or have intense mental health challenges that you are working with, this work would best be undertaken one to one with a therapist who can assess if it would be beneficial to you.

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Yoga for 
Menopause /


From 19th September

Mondays 6pm - 7.30pm, Borth Hall, £3 per class

Delighted to be teaming up with Borth Community Hub to offer these classes.

Each session will contain yoga, breathwork, meditation and yoga nidra (deep guided relaxation) to support you through this time of transition, to help alleviate symptoms and to approach the process holistically taking into account the physical, mental, emotional and energetic aspects. No yoga experience required to join.

Perimenopause (the years leading up to menopause) usually starts in your 40's, (but some people begin to experience a change in their late 30's) and lasts anywhere from 2 to 12 years. Menopause marks the day when you haven't had a period for 12 months. It's generally a gradual process, with some people barely noticing and others having a very challenging time.


This transition can come with symptoms such as:
Brain fog / forgetfulness
Feelings of irritability / anger / rage / grief
Mood swings
Increased anxiety
Fatigue / Insomnia / night waking
Hot flushes
Bladder changes - needing to wee more at night, leakage etc

However, although this time can be extremely challenging, it is also a threshold and an opportunity to get to know ourselves deeply, to step into a new sense of integrity of self and power and to give ourselves permission to feel, grow and change.


Cwtch Yoga
Fairytale Cellist

Saturday 25th June, 1pm - 4.30pm, Buarth Hall

Earlybird price £25 (booked before 16th June)

Full price £30

2 gift places available for anyone who is unable to afford ticket price at moment, please get in touch to book

A blissful session including:

*Super nourishing restorative yoga, breathwork, meditation, deep guided relaxation with Lindsay

* Live music soundscape of cello and song from Aisla Mair Fox

*Being guided through self healing techniques  to help the body release tension and stress gently and bring ourselves back into a state of calm and harmony

*Guided meditation, relaxation and energy bath to promote deep rest, recharge and reconnect to your centre

*Teas, treats, time to chat and have a laugh


Also known as the Fairytale Cellist, Ailsa sings and plays cello at the same time, weaving beautiful improvisations and her own original songs in a highly intuitive journey of sound.  She has worked with many other musicians, movement artists, storytellers and theatre companies in all kinds of performance settings as well as playing for ceremonies.  Ailsa creates music from the heart with strong healing intention and a close connection with the natural world. 


Restorative yoga uses cushions, props and blankets to rest easily and comfortably in different postures, helping your nervous system move out of "stress" mode and into "calm and relaxed" where body, mind and heart can have a chance to rest, be supported and heal.


This session is designed to welcome deep rest and calm, pairing the magic of sound and yoga to create a balm for your body-mind, heart and soul.

Will be held at Buarth Hall, Aberystwyth

1pm - 4.30pm Sat 25th June

Earlybird £25 / full price £30

I have two gifted places available for anyone who wants to come but finances are a barrier, please just drop me a line to arrange claiming one of these places.


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