MY INTERESTED IN TEACHING IS TO BRING A SENSE OF RENEWED MINDFULNESS INTO EACH MOVEMENT THROUGH EMOTIONAL, ENERGETIC AND RESPIRATORY ENGAGEMENT.

Classes

Breathe Bristol

Sundays Alignment Based Hatha 10:30-11:30

Private hire

1:1 – £35
Couples – £45
Small Groups (up to 5) – £65


men’s yoga wear

THOMASFLOW10
to receive 10% at check out
Having had a fair few injures myself and two surgeries I have come to realise how we (unintentionally) detach from the harmed body, weakening the nerves and muscles around the area to the point of making them dormant. Consequently, this leads to imbalances within the body as we loose engagement in certain area compensating with tensing up other areas.

Drawn by Iyenger’s method which focuses on alignment, has heavily influenced my self-practice and my Hatha flow teachings. One of the main things that I focus during a class in on creating space in the body through internal micro movements. Picture a balloon filled with water. When squeezed, it forces the balloon to seek new space to accommodate the internal movement of fluids. Similarly, our bodies do the same when we consciously engage certain muscles to move space from the arches of our feet all the way up to the crown of our heads.

Since one of the first principals of Yoga is to remove suffering from the self, I like to cross-pollinate different schools and practices in my flow to heighten our relationship between mind and body. Through play we can lessen mental barriers and help the body free itself from stiffness while you rediscover its potential.

Classes

Breathe Bristol

Sundays Alignment Based Hatha 10:30-11:30

Private hire

1:1 – £35
Couples – £45
Small Groups (up to 5) – £65


men’s yoga wear

THOMASFLOW10
to receive 10% at check out
Having had a fair few injures myself and two surgeries I have come to realise how we (unintentionally) detach from the harmed body, weakening the nerves and muscles around the area to the point of making them dormant. Consequently, this leads to imbalances within the body as we loose engagement in certain area compensating with tensing up other areas.

Drawn by Iyenger’s method which focuses on alignment, has heavily influenced my self-practice and my Hatha flow teachings. One of the main things that I focus during a class in on creating space in the body through internal micro movements. Picture a balloon filled with water. When squeezed, it forces the balloon to seek new space to accommodate the internal movement of fluids. Similarly, our bodies do the same when we consciously engage certain muscles to move space from the arches of our feet all the way up to the crown of our heads.

Since one of the first principals of Yoga is to remove suffering from the self, I like to cross-pollinate different schools and practices in my flow to heighten our relationship between mind and body. Through play we can lessen mental barriers and help the body free itself from stiffness while you rediscover its potential.