Yoga does not guarantee a perfect life, but it gives us the resources to face life’s challenges with equanimity.
About the Teacher
Susan has been teaching yoga since 1997. Her original training was in Iyengar Yoga which she taught for many years before going on to explore other schools and traditions. She completed a Yoga Therapy Foundation course with the Yoga Biomedical Trust and is a registered teacher with Yoga for Healthy Lower Backs, a member organisation of the British Council for Yoga Therapy. She is a member of the Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity (CIMPSA).
She has a particular interest in contemplative practices. She was formerly Director of Spirituality Programmes at Sarum College, Salisbury and trained to teach Yoga Nidra and Meditation with the Satyananda School of Yoga, London and Yoga Campus.
Susan studied Indian philosophy with the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies and has an MA in traditions of Yoga and Meditation from SOAS, London. She continues to explore Indian spirituality and is slowly learning Sanskrit.