Jenny loves to teach yoga as much as she loves to practice it. She finds joy in using yoga as a tool for self reflection, growth and healing; and seeks to bring this awareness and potential of yoga as a powerful vehicle for self-healing and santosha to others. Practicing yoga for six years in Edinburgh and teaching for two, she recently took only one bag and her yoga mat with her on an 8-month trip to India and Indonesia. Now, she blends all she has learned both at home and away to provide students a space for self-exploration. Her classes are based on traditional hatha vinyasa and yin yoga, incorporating Yoga Therapy which works with Five Phase Chinese Medicine to deliver powerful sequences targeting specific meridians and fascia for deep work, release and strengthening. She is particularly interested in working with injury or long-standing imbalances (physical, mental or emotional), as well as leading dynamic, challenging vinyasa flows to strengthen and challenge the body. She completed a 100 hour Advanced Training in Yoga Therapy with Tina Nance in Bali in 2016, has studied Yoga Anatomy, the Philosophy of Yoga, as well as immersing herself in traditional Indian yoga and meditation practices on her travels. She seeks to bring all aspects of yoga to her classes.