Audrey is an experienced BWY L4 Gentle Years Yoga (GYY) teacher who is currently teaching on the national BWY / Yorkshire University GYY trial.
Since 2004 she has been teaching yoga classes to people of all abilities and is also a BWY teacher trainer. Her enthusiasm for the transformational power of yoga practice permeates all her teaching.
Audrey is currently BWY Training Committee Vice Chair.
Gentle Years Yoga for age -related conditions such as Cognitive Impairment, Dementia and Parkinson’s.
Using movements inspired by everyday living, evoking memory from song, smell, touch and textures. Utilising familiar objects for Dharana activities, breathing to release frustration and worry. Activities to promote fun and laughter.
An opportunity to participate in a workshop and sample some of the creative methods we use in Gentle Years Yoga classes.Read More
Not everyone can easily get down and up off the floor. However, that does not have to preclude anybody from experiencing a deeply supportive and beneficial yoga practice.
This Gentle Years Yoga workshop is a creative taster session on how to encourage people with age-related conditions, such as osteoporosis, arthritis, and joint replacement, to explore and improve their capabilities physically, emotionally, and psychologically.
Yoga can be so beneficial in helping people to increase their range of movement, build strength, stability, and balance. This in turn builds confidence and is a great support for an independent, easeful life.Read More
Looking at the opportunities for bringing Gentle Years Yoga to home bound adults and carers in the community and in supported housing settings.
How to overcome the barriers of using technology to participate in GYY classes.
Simple practices and partner work to make yoga interactive and fun. Games and techniques to support and stimulate yoga in everyday living.Read More