Sharon has been practising Yoga since 2000 and teaching since 2004. She is based in Matlock, Derbyshire and teaches regular weekly classes in the area, as well as weekend workshops, retreats and courses.
Sharon is passionate about her own yoga practice and loves to share her enthusiasm with her students, whether complete beginners or experienced yogis. She strongly believes that yoga is for everyone, not just those who are already fit and supple. She takes great care to find out about injuries, illnesses or any physical limitations of each of her students to ensure that yoga postures are adapted to suit the individual’s needs and ability.
Sharon has been teaching since 2004. She teaches a range of weekly yoga classes, weekend workshops and retreats, both residential weekends in the UK and week-long retreats abroad. These very successful events have been held in Turkey, Morocco, Italy, and Spain.
Sharon is a fully qualified teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga and a Yoga Alliance Senior Tutor. She continues to study and expand her understanding and knowledge of yoga by completing specialist training courses such as:
- BWY Children’s Module, BWY Pranayama module and BWY Philosophy module
- Sarah Powers’ Insight Yoga Institute, Yin Yoga Levels 1 and 2
- Gravotronics Aerial Swing Yoga
- Jivamukti Teacher Training.
Sharon has taught the BWY Foundation Course Levels 1 and 2, and teaches the Pure Light Yoga School Yoga Alliance accredited 200-hour Teacher Training Course.
Sharon’s teachings cover all aspects of yoga. Her instruction is clear with a strong emphasis on safe technique whilst at the same time encouraging her students to explore their own yoga experience. She has a wealth of knowledge from which her students constantly draw. Her natural light-hearted personality brings a tremendous positivity to her classes. Workshops with Sharon are a real delight to attend.
Sharon teaches all ages with a rare combination of down-to-earth humour, intelligence and serenity. Her warmth and poise are inspiring, and encouraging. She has the ability to open doors to other areas of yoga practice you hadn’t considered were right for you, and to coax her students through them.
Sharon is able to cater for a wide range of experience and ability in the same class. She knows her students and their abilities, and invariably offers variations to include everyone.
Sharon plans clear structures to courses and individual lessons, and is particular about sharing these with pupils.
Sharon’s classes, workshops and retreats are thoughtful, considered, and most of all great fun. I am totally converted to the Sharon style of yoga
Sharon has a way of bringing people together from all walks of life, regardless of their experience or limitations. Every ‘body’ is different, and she gets this straight across so very easily.