The ancient teachings and practices of yoga lead the practitioner on a journey of self discovery. Like all journeys we begin at the start – where we are. Yoga practice opens the door to full participation and celebration of our life as it is. We embrace each moment in our practice and lives. The premise of yoga being a participation rather than a goal to attain, allows a relaxation of the idea that we must get somewhere or be something that we are not already.
By becoming more conscious in life (through spiritual practice and inquiry), we become more aware and sensitive to our habitual patterns which previously passed outside of our awareness. We find our emotions, attitudes and morals, approach to relationships, quality of mind, health and well-being change from within. This transformation is very real and powerful as it does not come through forceful action but manifests through our deepening participation and realisation of “who we are” and “where we are going”.
Mita’s teaching reflects her training and ongoing study and practise of various forms of Hatha and Classical Yoga, augmented through her own experience. She teaches yoga as a transformative practice encouraging the individual to remain mindfully focused toward internal exploration and reminds them that their greatest teacher lies within.
As you undergo subtle but powerful transformation, you will learn how yoga can be applied to the rest of your life for physical health, mental clarity, emotional and spiritual well being enabling you to deal with life in a more enlightened, integrated and joyful way.
Yoga has been so beneficial in every aspect of my life;
I hope that your lives may also be enriched by the practise of yoga.
WHAT OTHERS SAY…
Thank you so much for starting me off on my yoga journey which I’m continuing well at home at the moment. I love your style and awareness of being and long may it continue to inspire others as it has me.
Mita’s class is such a healing experience. I used to experience severe muscle pain due to my M.E. and lower back problems. I couldn’t believe it, in just one Yoga session doing as much as I was able and comfortable to do, I saw a 50 percent improvement in my flexibility and muscular pain. Mita has an ability to assist the body back into balance from a deep profound place.
LC, Kings Langley
I started yoga classes with Mita in my late 50s hoping to improve my flexibility and to help with a knee problem I had at the time. Yoga did both. What I hadn’t expected and what proved to be a real bonus was the effect yoga had on my feeling of well-being.