Shen yoga is a form of hatha yoga; a practice which addresses mental, emotional, physical and spiritual well being.
Yoga re sculpts our mental/physical landscapes, releasing unhelpful patterns of thought along with limiting or damaging habits of posture and movement.
I practice and teach a flowing, breath-led, meditative style of hatha yoga, ….I love to creatively combine core strength and dynamic flow, with inner qualities of listening, non-competetiveness, and embodied enquiry…
Shen massage is holistic, intuitive bodywork, based on shiatsu, with elements of Thai yoga and deep tissue massage. I describe the treatment as “like having yoga done to you“; it is a sort of meditation for both participants, anchored in breath awareness and sensitivity of touch. Each treatment is individual, drawing from two decades of experience in Shiatsu, Yoga and Meditation.
Recent Blog Posts
- May 11, 2018
‘Spring ZING Yoga Flow’ 10.30 -1.30pm, Sat 12th May, The Practice Rooms, central Bath. Tuning into the seasonal shifts, my Hatha practice begins to become stronger, more extrovert, more ‘springy’! Exploring new asana, with hip openers, warrior flows, and fresh ways to twist, my yoga practice is given a fresh surge of enthusiasm which I […]
- January 23, 2018
Yoga for Imbolc
It is in this intermingling that I feel on the right path. Combining honour of roots and earth-cycles connexion, with a practice of yoga; embodied awareness, enquiry… Weaving breath and asana with the energy of intent, in the mysteriously wise fabric of body. The very first hints of New Beginnings – the ‘quickening of the […]
- October 18, 2017
Yoga and Massage Pamper Day 10th December at the beautiful Southstoke House 10.30am -3.30pm
A morning of energizing, playful, and deeply relaxing contact yoga, with Sophie Shenstone – connect with your breath, play with balance and weight transfer, grounding and stretching, mutual support and trust. The meditative aspects as well as the toning and stretching aspects are heightened when yoga involves two beings. Shared lunch in the tranquil, leafy […]