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Sharyn is a passionate Yoga teacher and trainer with over 40 years of experience, having trained with the renowned BKS Iyengar. Sharyn is also a professional hypnotherapist since 1990 and an NLP master practitioner and coach since 1995. Additionally, she has been an advanced Ayurveda therapist since 2000. Her mission is to help everyone reach their fullest potential through the power of restorative yoga, hypnotherapy and related therapies.

Yoga & related Therapies

Welcome to Sharyn’s yoga classes! Here you will find the perfect combination of relaxing and energizing practices to help you find balance and stability in your life. Sharyn’s classes focus on Yogasana, Ujjaye and Restorative Yoga to help you build strength, flexibility, and mindfulness.
Through these practices, you will develop a deeper understanding of your body and mind, as well as a sense of calm and relaxation. To learn more about Sharyn’s classes, please call her and she will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Yoga Classes

Yoga and related therapies are a holistic approach to health and wellness. They combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation to help relax, strengthen, and balance the body and mind. The practice can provide physical, mental, and emotional benefits, such as increased strength and flexibility, improved concentration, and reduced stress levels.

With regular practice, yoga and related therapies can help reduce symptoms of chronic pain, anxiety, and depression. They also provide an opportunity to explore the connection between body, mind, and spirit, empowering individuals to achieve a greater sense of calm and wellbeing.


14:00 h - 16:00 h, Open Class

16:30 h - 17:30 h, Chair Yoga - Mindful Movement


Pranayama is a fundamental aspect of yoga practice that involves breath control techniques. By incorporating specific breathing exercises, pranayama aims to regulate and enhance the flow of life force energy (prana) within the body. These techniques can help calm the mind, increase focus, and promote overall well-being. Practising pranayama regularly can have numerous benefits for both physical and mental health. If you are interested in learning more about pranayama or incorporating it into your wellness routine, feel free to ask for guidance or resources.

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