Just A Quick Update…

I wanted to let you know I am now officially on maternity leave. Yay! With only a few short weeks until I have my baby, I have now finished teaching Yoga and Pilates until I come back. I don’t have a date yet, I am going to be muddling through and finding my feet becoming a new Mummy. I will keep my social media and website updated and am still contactable during my leave. Although please bear with me as responses may be a little slower. I am taking bookings for bespoke packages and special occasions, such as Hen Parties for the end of the year, so please feel free to contact me if you wish to enquire about such bookings.

I already miss my classes, but looking forward to having some time off with my baby. I hope to see you all on my return.

Take care of you,

Namaste x x



Asana Yoga

Welcome to Yoga and Wellbeing with Joanne, at Yoga in Taunton where we share Yoga with with our members and help them with physical fitness through Asana (postures) and flow, while facilitating a mindful experience, using the breath to benefit the mind.


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Joanne’s yoga classes draw on practices from hatha, vinyasa, yin, restorative backgrounds. Joanne enjoys the integration of different practices to offer classes which can help you feel stretched, strengthened, energised and nicely relaxed. Classes are ideal for beginners and those with their own practice, offering modifications to help yogis to be guided through practice to help them have their own experience. This creating a personal practice for yogis in both mind and body.

1-2-1 Sessions

1-2-1 sessions give you the opportunity to have tailored sessions to fit your needs. We all come to yoga for different reasons, whether this is for fitness, increasing flexibility, dealing with health issues, reducing stress or practicing as a part of a healthy lifestyle. Whichever your reasons you can discuss this with Joanne, and she will create personal sessions to meet your needs and can offer support for your home practice.

Holistic well-being support course

Stress and anxiety are present at different points of our lives, this can get better or worse at different times. We can find this hard to manage after suffering unexpected stress or trauma. It can also be that life simply becomes overwhelming and we don’t take enough time to slow down. This course integrates mindfulness, yoga, neuroscience, breathing techniques, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) tools and stress management techniques. The course aims to build awareness of stress and anxiety triggers, how stress affects the mind and the body and look to integrate skills and tools to help you manage your mental health and make self-care a part of your daily life.

Bespoke packages

Bespoke packages can be tailored to meet the needs of your party or event. This can be a fun and personal way to bring yoga to your event. This has become increasingly popular for hen and stag parties’ birthdays and other events. Joanne being able to bring yoga to you at your location and tailor sequences to your needs.

Corporate events

Joanne has had the opportunity to work with businesses to offer holistic well-being support to staff teams. This can include, yoga, mindfulness and mediation, working with teams to bring calm to your work space and increase team members ability to be more present and mindful in their normal working space.


Joanne has coached many clients either on 1 2 1, small groups or large festival groups, as well as coaching, Joanne also attends programs and trainings elsewhere to keep her knowledge upto date, her last program was in bali

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Benefits of yoga

Yoga has been described as the heart of healing and it provides a uniquely harmonising effect for the entire body.

Thanks to its emphasis on deep, rhythmic and effective breathing, yoga not only increases lung capacity and oxygenation of the brain but also the flow of electromagnetic energy which is generated by the heart and transported around the body by the nervous system.

While poor breathing may not always be at the root of depression, it is a fact that people who are depressed or who are suffering from some other kind of mood disorder tend to breathe shallowly and irregularly. By emphasizing effective breathing, yoga can have a very positive effect on the mind as well as the body.

Electrocardiograms have shown the damage to the heart caused by stress and negative thinking and have also demonstrated the

healing process that can be brought about by a lessening of stress and more positive thinking.

Yoga also addresses the complaints caused by stress such as tension headaches and hyperventilation. Although it can take long and dedicated practice of yoga to reverse the damage caused by stress and neglect, even complete yoga beginners will soon see an improvement in body function and mental outlook.

Thanks to its emphasis on balanced stretching, yoga can help prevent and ease any number of painful conditions caused by overuse of joints and limbs. These include injuries ranging from hamstring and other sports injuries to conditions such as a frozen shoulder.

Yoga has also been proven to help maintain bone density and to encourage the healthy movement of joints. Better posture, reduced back pain, improved digestion, greater suppleness, clearer sinuses, better balance and improved muscle and skin tone are some of the other benefits of yoga.

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Just a quick update…

I wanted to let you know I am now officially on maternity leave. Yay! With only a few short weeks until I have my baby, I have now finished teaching Yoga and Pilates until I come back. I don’t have a date yet, I am going to be muddling through and finding my feet becoming a

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