I am very chuffed to have completed my Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training and am now a 200 hr Registered Yoga Teacher.
Integrating this nurturing, expansive process into my life has been a deeply enriching and moving journey so far. The range of asana, philosophical and contemplative practices are also a very natural extension or deepening of my creative sound and voice explorations, and feed directly into the work in a very holistic way.
Many thanks to Julie, Sue, Marit, Claire and everyone at the Seasonal Yoga Academy and to all the wonderful people I have met and shared experiences with on the journey so far.
I feel very fortunate and excited, and am looking forward to whatever the next phase will bring! Do get in touch if you’d like to be kept in the loop about any developments. You can email or message me direct or sign up to my mailing list.
It’s hard to believe that I’m already in month seven (July 2016) of my 200 RYT Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training and I have to say – I’m absolutely loving it. As part of the training we have to actually teach some classes…So, I am excited now to be offering my first class as a trainee teacher.
Date, time, Place
Thursdays 10.00 – 11.00 am at Kinning Park Complex
Also, please see Upcoming Events in the right hand menu for more specific details and to check dates as August is sparse but September is regular.
This intro class is open to all. For more information, or to let me know you’re coming along, please email me or visit the Contact page. Maybe see you there…
I am delighted to have embarked on the Seasonal Yoga teacher training along with a group of lovely folk at the fabulous Seasonal Yoga Academy in Glasgow. I am very excited to be integrating this nurturing and expansive process into my life and creative practice – a very natural extension.
I was really delighted to co-facilitate the drumming activities with Erin Scrutton at the Platform Glasgow Carnival Summer School for children and young people. Other activities included movement, circus skills, big makes, costumes. An excellent week in general: skills, fun + games, parading, performing – some really wonderful moments and a huge dose of fun!
Sonic Bothy was one of several Glasgow Life/City Council partnered projects submitted to the National Music Council Awards, and was very excited to receive the Paritor Award for New Music in Education. Read more about the Paritor Award and other winners at the National Music Council website.
Read more about Sonic Bothy inclusive contemporary music ensemble here.
Working with Claire Docherty (Sonic Bothy), George Burt and a group of young musicians from Kirkintilloch to produce music for a (deliciously theatrical) reading of Tam O’Shanter by Tam Dean Burn. We’ll be in residence at the Lillie Art Gallery, Milngavie, Glasgow for three days surrounded by the current exhibition of paintings depicting the poem. Final performance on 4th March at 2.30 pm. Part of ‘Tam Fest’.