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My name is Shelly White, I live in Uckfield with my partner and 4 children, and I love yoga!

My personal journey with yoga started in 1999 whist on a silent Vipassana meditation retreat in Thailand. I did not know what I had signed up for, with no previous meditation experience, and I didn’t realise at the time what an impact it would have on my life. Over the years my practice grew, (slowly… it was on, then off, then on again….then off again!) but finally became more solid, and I aspired to deepen my knowledge in India. It was there I undertook my first teacher training in 2010, and since then have trained with many wonderful and renowned teachers and have furthered my training in pregnancy yoga, children’s yoga, yin yoga and restorative yoga.

Our lives are busy, our minds are busy, at times life can feel like a treadmill (with a steep gradient!) So this little time and love that we can give to ourselves when we practice yoga, is an invaluable addition. We are taking care not only of the physical body, but also of the mental body, and energetic body. In short, we are taking time to listen to ourselves, physically and mentally, to listen to the wise words of our own inner teacher, and to give some time back to us.

I practice yoga because it is a constantly evolving journey that opens up new pathways, loves, and lessons. It makes me feel alive, and hopefully a better person. For me it feels like magic is at work whilst practicing yoga, an inner awakening. I teach yoga because it is a joy and an honour to share and grow with this amazing knowledge that we are blessed to have passed down and shared with us. It is a great privilege to be a part of your yoga journey. Private sessions available.

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Hatha Yoga Uckfield Yoga Studio

This teacher offers Hatha classes. Hatha (or ordinary yoga) includes asanas (postures), pranayama (breathing), philosophy and relaxation.

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