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Yoga is a way of life


I’m KT, a Yoga teacher based in the heart of Sevenoaks, Kent.

I teach gentle Vinyasa and Restorative yoga. I offer compassionate and mindful classes to emphasise the healing benefits of yoga as well as its potential to uplift and energise. My classes are nurturing and focus on breath-led sequences that help release tension, improve flexibility, strength, posture and balance.

We all move and breathe in our own unique way, I help clients become aware of how their bodies feel and move. Together we explore ways of making yoga accessible to all, from beginners to seasoned yogis. Yoga is for everyone. I also have a passion for music which guides us through the flow of movement and breath.

I offer individual, group and corporate classes online and in person.

ABOUT ME

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Golden Milk

I always make this comforting drink whenever I’m having an endo flare up. The anti-inflammatory ingredients can really help take the edge off the pain and it’s ... Read more

Plain & Garlic-Infused Ghee

You can buy ghee in the supermarket, but home made tastes so much better. I usually cook it in batches, a plain ghee and another infused with ... Read more

Turmeric and Endometriosis

Turmeric is a great spice to incorporate into your endometriosis diet as its active ingredient, curcumin, is anti-inflammatory. It’s been shown to reduce estradiol production and so MAY slow the progression of endometriosis. There’s also been some preliminary studies that show curcumin receding endometriotic cells in a dish!

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Congratulations @emmaraducanu a real inspiration and fantastic role model for women around the world. A true example of believing in yourself, focusing and never giving up. The mind is a powerful tool!  #tennis #mindfulnessmatters #emmaraducanu #believeinyourself #women #inspirational #youcandoit #usopen #goforit #bepresent #inthemoment #focus #meditation
Love this simple quote. As a former camera woman it really resonates with me.  #lifequotes #life #focus #goodtimes #lifeisajourney #capturethemoment #bepresent #dontjudge #tryagain #bekind #keeppositive
Just showing up on your mat for a few minutes each day to breathe is an achievement. There’s no such thing as a ‘good’ or ‘bad’ practice in yoga. Practice simply means to put something into action and do it regularly. Some days you’ll feel good and maybe want to move, others not so and you’d rather be still. Having an awareness and responding to how you feel is yoga, it doesn’t require flexibility or standing on your head :0).  #practice #showingup #youaredoinggreat #youhavearrived #getonyourmat #yogaeverywhereigo #yogaanytime #justshowup #taketime #taketimeforyou #endowarriorlife #livingyourbestlife #gratitude #breathe #meditateeveryday #yogaforeveryone #youtime #yogapracticenotperfect
Sitting by the ocean with this fantastic book has been the perfect holiday read! Bo Forbes, a clinical psychologist and yoga teacher, explains the complex relationship between our mind and body. Using simple practices she explains how we can alleviate anxiety and depression to create emotional balance using breath work and restorative yoga.  It’s timely, clear and full of useful, easy to follow tools that I can’t wait to share in my classes soon! Definitely a must read for yogis looking for an insight into the healing powers of yoga!  #timeout #restorativeyoga #mindfullnesspractice #mindfullnessmeditation #yoga #holidayreading #depression #anxietyrelief #anxietytools #nurture  #selfcompassionjourney #mind
Just coming to the end of a two week holiday and it’s been wonderful not having any plans or schedules to follow. Just being with loved ones, enjoying life and being in the moment has been incredibly liberating. Something I want to hold on to as along as possible…  #balance #noschedule #escape 
#presentmoment #becontent #noplans #lovedones #lifessurprises #surprise #begrateful #gratitude #familytime
I love this simple pose, supported bridge. It’s great after sitting for lengthy periods, perhaps after a long car journey or desk work. It helps release lower back tension and pelvic pain. Option to use a bolster or a couple of bed pillows under the sacrum to really nurture yourself.  How to do this pose:
1) Lie down on a mat with your knees bent, soles of the feet on the ground, hip distance apart.
2) Lift your hips and place a block (at any height that feels right) or bolster under your sacrum.
3) Lower yourself onto the support and allow the back of the pelvis to be heavy and relaxed.
4) Allow your arms to rest by your sides, palms up or down.
5) Close your eyes and let the body naturally breathe and relax.  Stay for 3-5 minutes. To come out, gently push down into your feet, lift your hips enough to remove or lower the support gradually before coming all the way down. Rest a few minutes and notice how you feel.  #supportedbridge #restorativebridge #calm #yogaonline #selfcompassion #travelling #relaxation #endometriosisfighter #endowarrior  #backpainrelief #pelvicpain #restorativeyoga #restore #replenish #timeout

“Inhale the future. Exhale the past.”

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“Your body can do it.  It’s your mind you need to convince.”

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