Combining in-depth physiotherapy knowledge with the power of yoga and the breath, the Flowing Core PhysioYoga videos, classes and workshops help to create freedom and movement on the mat, in your running and during your day to day to enhance mobility, strength and all round health.
“Just to say thank you for the yoga sessions which I really enjoyed. I found your style of teaching & the actual exercises really beneficial.” JG, British
Yoga Workshops 2020
Essential Guide to PhysioYoga
Physiotherapy gems…on your mat; insights that you won’t get from your everyday class.
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1-1 PhysioYoga Sessions
Be guided to work on your specific issues with Dawn with tailor-made PhysioYoga Sessions in your own front room!
Combining Physiotherapy and Yoga
Go together like rama lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong…together forever like…
A perfect match indeed.
Physiotherapy snapshots to understand the body…yoga to move it, move it. Yoga to help us become long and strong…physiotherapy to get a grasp on how that’s going to enhance our movement, our activities, our health. Yoga to breathe, physio to help us see how the breath can change our stress and change our lives.
Physiotherapy to get you out of a pickle….yoga to keep you there.
The Flowing Core PhysioYoga combines more than 15 years on the mat and a decade of physiotherapy experience so that you get to enhance your inner strength, positively influence your posture, be challenged, as well as relax…
…so that you can find freedom and mobility in your sport, your running, and your day to day.
The LGH take on adding yoga into your life (and your running-life!)
All movement stems from the trunk, from our core.
To support our limbs and to provide an effect support, the core needs to be strong, yet supple. Free-flowing movement arises, which dissipates the loads of all movement, around a pelvis which has mobility, rather than ‘stability’.
Strong, yet supple. The Flowing Core – it’s more about mobility than stability!
Some very generous words from clients
“Dawn’s positive attitude and energy is infectious. She willingly shares her depth of knowledge about the human body and always encourages her students to bring consciousness to their movements during lessons. Her knack of bringing something new to each class has kept me engaged and interested week after week.
“Yoga classes with Dawn have helped me to bring more awareness to my body. I can see and feel the results from attending regular classes which have improved my muscle tone, strength and flexibility.
“Dawn is an inspirational practitioner and motivating teacher. I highly recommend Dawn as a yoga teacher and look forward to many more yoga lessons!” JS, South African
“As you get older it’s easy to assume that physical decline is inevitable and dramatic. After taking part in Dawn’s Core Course, I’m now persuaded that it IS still possible to maintain balance, strength and flexibility. The course was an ideal combination of tuition and encouragement, and above all it was fun.” PR, British
“Thank you for your lovely yoga sessions – I really enjoyed them. It has been wonderful – a weekly treat” CC, British