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Coach Isha
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Yoga classes and Holistic Therapies in Warrington.

Offering Yoga Classes and Holistic Therapies in Birchwood, Culcheth and Warrington. Yoga Tuesday nights in Cultheth Methodist Church Hall 8-9.30pm and Thursday nights on Zoom 8-9.30pm. Massage, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Reiki, Indian Head Massage and Meditation all available from my therapy room in Birchwood


Life teaches us that our one constant is ourselves.
But who am I?
A body?
A body and mind?
A body, mind and heart?
A body, mind, heart and soul?
A body, mind, heart, soul, and spirit?
So begins the journey of self realisation 🧡

Join us for Hatha Yoga every Tuesday in Culcheth and Thursdays on zoom 8-9.30pm

Book me online for Reiki, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Deep Tissue Massage

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Have a great weekend! 🙏🔥🧡🔥🙏


Here I am in self hug Tree Pose mode on Aberdovey beach. Check out my Instagram blog for some inspiration.

Our last yoga class before Christmas is December 5th and we restart January 9th 2024 - Tuesdays in Culcheth and Thursdays on zoom 8-9.30pm.

Book me online on my website for Reiki, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Deep Tissue Massage in my Therapy Room in Birchwood. New year bookings now available.

Have a great Christmas and a Happy New Year 🙏🔥🧡🔥🙏


Here I am extending myself from my summer retreat at Buckfast Abbey🙏

Yoga’s back on every week until December, Tuesdays in Culcheth and Thursdays on zoom 8-9.30pm.

Still only £5 per class. 9th class free!

Mixed ability walk in class that gives you an all round experience of yoga poses, meditation and relaxation to boost your energy and well being levels.

I’ve been teaching yoga since 2002 and love to share that wonderful ‘light of limb’ feeling that yoga gives us, along with physical dynamism and mental focus.

Hopefully see you soon 🙏🔥🧡🤸


Here I am stretching out one Kephalonia sunset. Join us throughout July for yoga every Tuesday and Thursday in Culcheth and on zoom. Stretch, strengthen and balance the body, focus and calm the mind, and feel your heart and soul get in the flow.

Bookings available online on my website for Deep Tissue Massage, Reiki, Aromatherapy and Reflexology in my therapy room in Birchwood.

My recent book ‘Hatha Yoga for Everyone’ is now available directly from my website as well as on Amazon in the UK.

Have a wonderful week everyone! 🙏🔥🧡🤸‍♀️


Here I am in Alternate Hand to Toe Forward Bend Pose, at Lake Wasdale. Take hold of the opposite toe, with a bent knee squeeze, place the other hand on the ground, and walk the hand back to the standing toe. The pose is achievable for hand to toe students, and the stretch can be deepened in both directions for more advanced students. I was originally taught yoga in the Sivananda tradition. The biggest strength of the Sivananda school is the all-round range of poses, in all orientations, that are taught every class. Whilst I’ve adapted the sequence, I continue this tradition in my teaching. Every class we stand, sit, lie—front and back, and invert the body. We move and flow, and we hold poses still. This range of activity and orientation, has a specific holistic effect, that delivers an all-round flow in the body, an all-round view in the mind, and an all-round presence in the heart. It deconditions the mind, helping us let go of what is fixed, and feel what is flowing. One of the ways to grow in wisdom, is to experience many different perspectives and roles in life. First, we think our view is right, then we realise there is an opposite view, with the same merits, then we realise there are many views, and finally we begin to see and experience life in the round. If we become really still inside, feeling the state of absorption with a quiet mind, we have no view, and are ready to relate to any view. Evolution can be described in a series of increasingly sided shapes. When we are set and fixed in our ways, we are like a square with sharp corners. As we add more dimensions to our life, we become a pentagon, a hexagon, a heptagon, and then an octagon. Eventually we add so many perspectives and dimensions, that we end up as a circle, with no edges, entirely smooth, a nothing that includes everything, an emptiness that is fullness, a nobody who can relate to everybody.
Yoga every Tuesday in Culcheth through July and Thursdays on zoom. Book me online for Reiki, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Derp Tissue Massage in Birchwood 🧘🏽‍♀️🤸🧘‍♂️💆‍♀️


Here I am in Crouching Pose, also called Hands Bound Tip Toe Pose, also called Tip Toe Child Pose, bathing my lower back in the rays of the setting Kephalonian sun. This rather overlooked pose is great for stretching out the lower back if you’ve been standing for a long time, and if you’re suffering from back spasms relating to a pulled, recovering muscle. It’s a pose you can practise anywhere, anytime, even in a coffee queue! The stretch increases as you relax in position, your head sinking down onto your knees, poised between the opposites of activity and rest, stillness and flow, the ground and the sky, the sun and the sand. Without the opposites of life, nothing would work, and nothing would come into being. The opposites are our left and right, our ground and sky, our in-breath and out-breath, our expansion and contraction, our microcosm and macrocosm, our immanent being and our transcendent being, the God within and the God without. Foolishness is to take one side in the world of opposites, wisdom is to embrace both sides, and use the expanded heart energy that results to rise above the stormy weather, up into the unlimited, luminous sky. Life always involves both friction and effortless flow, both stress and creative inspiration, both fighting off the incoming missiles, with your back to the wall, and surfing on waves of synchronicity and serendipity. The more we know, the more we know we don’t know. The less we rely on our plans and ideas about life, and the more we yearn for that direct heartfelt contact with the fountain of presence, that rises from within in the state of absorbed awareness. However unrelentingly dismal the news appears to be, we shouldn’t let it touch our innermost being, or define our vibration. We are meant to glow, and that’s the only way we’ll grow, and help the world too. 🙏🔥🧡🌈
Hatha Yoga every Tuesday in Culcheth 8-9.30pm and Thursdays on zoom. Book me online for Reiki, Reflexology. Aromatherapy and Deep Tissue Massage in Birchwood


Here I am on One-Legged Chair Pose, or Squat Pose, with Fire Log leg variation, and Cow Face Pose arms. One of the themes in yoga poses is removing limbs, or supports, to increase the strength and balance challenge. Tree Pose is the classic example of a one-legged stand, which doubles the pressure on the standing leg and creates a balance challenge. Binding the hands in various ways also limits the hand and arm support in poses and can also increase the stretch, strength, and balance challenge. There is an underlying theme here. We start life by building ourselves up. Early life is all about addition, as more things, experiences, and relationships come into our lives. At a certain point, the cycle of acquisition comes to an end, and we start to experience subtraction, where things, experiences, and people are taken away from us. Rather than regretting the inevitable rises and falls of life, the trick here is to jump onto a higher, more subtle wave and make a new ascent. From quantity to quality. When the body fails, turn to the mind, when the mind fails, turn to the heart. When excitement wanes, turn to peace, when the love affaires end, turn to a higher, deeper, broader love. Psychologists have observed that people become measurable happier when looking at fractal patterns in nature, such as a tree with repeating branches, that become smaller and smaller, and rise higher and higher. Our life is a fractal pattern, as we go through repeating cycles, but less gross and more subtle, as they repeat. If we can keep catching subtler waves, we can keep on rising and ascending. This is the trick behind meditation. We focus on one thing, or maybe a sequence of increasingly subtle points of focus, and then, when we get in the flow, we let the supports go. Build your scaffolding, high in the sky, but let it all go, when you begin to fly. 🙏🔥🧡🌈
Yoga every Tuesday in Culcheth and Thursdays on zoom 8-9.30pm. Book me online for Reiki, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Deep Tissue Massage 🧘‍♂️🧘🏽‍♀️🤸💆‍♀️


Here I am in headstand, single leg lateral stretch variation, from my last trip to Pathos, one beautiful sunset. The challenge is holding your balance with a one-sided stretch, which needs your core muscles. One of the reasons we are drawn to the seaside is that it blends the earth—the sand, with water—the sea, with fire—the sun, with fresh air. These elements both restore our natural balance, and facilitate the subtle process of transformation from the ground to the sky, that lifts our mood. In modern science this transformation process is recognised in the four states of matter—solid, liquid, gas, plasma, representing a journey of transformation to lighter and more subtle states, and this understanding was always part of the ancient idea of the four elements. If we restore our natural balance, we will naturally feel our spirits lifted, our inner spark light up, and our creativity, compassion, and contemplation flow, in the same way that everything in nature grows upwards towards the light. Most of my life I’ve taught an evening yoga class after a day at work and to prepare for the class I usually take a rest—lying down, (earth element), then take a bath—cleansing and refreshing my body (water element), then meditate before starting the class (fire element and air element), and by the time I’ve gone through that process, I feel like a completely different person to the one who was dealing with stressful situations. When we start the day, we all emerge from our bed—earth element, wash ourselves with water element, fuel our inner digestive fire element with food, and then step out into the big wide world—air element. The ancient element idea wasn’t bad science, it was a deep intuition about how the transforming processes of nature are inherent to our way of being. Our balanced state is naturally a buoyant state, just as the earth is drawn to the stars. 🙏🔥🧡🤸‍♀️


Here I am in Wide-Legged forward bend from my recent trip to Lake Wasdale.

Yoga is back next week starting Tuesday 8-9.30pm in Culcheth and then every Tuesday and Thursday until August.

We dive deep in yoga and learn to relax completely, so that we can jump back into life ready to scale greater heights 🤸🧘🧘🏽‍♀️🤸‍♀️


Exciting news. I have a new mobile friendly website. I can now take bookings, sell my books and post videos! I’ve joined the 21st Century! Click on the profile link to see 🙏🔥🧡🤸


Here I am in Headstand bound legs variation, stretching out my thighs, from my trip to Lake Wasdale on Monday, making the best of a single day of sunshine amongst the rain. This variation forms the body into a Stupa shape, evoking the famous phrase about our body being a temple, and our heart a shrine. St. Paul famously said a similar thing when he said our body is a temple of the Holy Spirit. You could say our body is our doing centre, our mind our thinking centre, our heart our feeling centre, and our soul our being centre, and the goal of all the poses in yoga is to facilitate the awakening of our feeling and being centres. Our doing centre, our body, is active, and our being centre, our soul, is reflective, and headstand pose perfectly expresses the blend of active and reflective. Whilst our body is engaged in balancing upside down, at the point of balance the pose requires very little effort, and we have the sensation of being suspended in space, deliciously hanging loose, whilst fully and keenly aware. The head is placed symbolically below the heart, and the top of the skull is magnetised and stimulated by the ground, increasing the feeling of activity in inactivity, and inactivity in activity. When you feel the flow of your soul, the magnetic current of presence, the spiralling energies of ascension, the electricity of increasing intensity, the gathering together of your essential being—the fullness of life, as Jesus liked to say, you don’t need to justify yourself or preen your image, or prove anything to anyone. At that moment when the silence rings with a sound, the stillness acquires a flow, and our focus melts into a feeling, our heart awakens, and we realise that ‘The Kingdom is at Hand’, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and the peace, love, and wisdom we crave is already within us, flowing like a river into and out of the ocean of universal being.
Yoga is on every Tuesday through Easter in Culcheth and every Thursday on zoom except Maundy Thursday Easter week. Visit me in Birchwood for Deep Tissue Massage, Reiki & Reflexology 🤸🧘‍♂️🧘🏽‍♀️💆‍♀️


Here I am from my last trip to Fuerteventura in Child’s Pose reverse prayer hands variation. An extensive yoga sequence releases, expresses and stimulates our body, so that we can really let go into a subtle flow, like a dew drop dissolving into a glistening ocean. Poses like Child Pose help us completely let go and feel the inner flow.

Join Tuesdays in Culcheth for our walk in class and message me for Thursdays on zoom


Yoga is a way of lifting your energy up from the ground to the sky, from being all over the place to being here and now, and then getting lost in a moment of absorption which feels timeless. First we focus, then we flow, then we fly 🦅

You can join us in Culcheth on Tuesday nights or on zoom on Thursday evenings.

For Reflexology, Reiki and Deep Tissue Massage visit me in Birchwood.

From body to mind to soul get your glow going 🙏🧡🧘‍♂️🤸🦅


Here I am from my last trip to Aberdovey in Wales - you don’t have to go far to find stunning sunsets.

Join us Tuesday nights in Culcheth and Thursdays on zoom for a balanced sequence of achievable yoga poses, blended with relaxation and meditation.

I’ve been teaching yoga since 2001, focusing on your health and well-being experience, blending a good, all round physical workout with the art of contemplation and relaxation.

Here’s what Victoria had to say about our last zoom class - ‘Great class, thank you Stephen. My back feels much better. I will sleep now!’


Here I am in Wagtail Pose, at Aberdovey in Wales. This relatively easy pose is essentially a squat blended with a forward bend, hands reaching back, and can be a preparatory for Firefly Pose. When I was a student, a long time ago, I travelled to India to visit Sathya Sai Baba, just at the time when Neil Kinnock lost the UK general election. Despite being in an ashram, I remember feeling disappointed and realised I hadn’t quite let go of the world. I became more philosophical and realised that the ebb and flow of politics from left to right is really like breathing in and breathing out. Sometimes we need to get a grip and pull ourselves together, as the right say, and sometimes we need to ease up and give each other a hug, as the left say. Fascinatingly, the right side of our anatomy, linked to the left side of the brain, is considered in Hatha Yoga to be the solar, proactive, strong side, linked to the logical brain, and the left side of our anatomy linked to the intuitive right side of the brain, is considered the lunar, reflective, soft side, just like in politics. If we want our Kundalini to rise up the Sushumna channel, we need both the soft Ida and strong Pingala Nadi energies to spiral up our spine. Wisdom begins when we realise that the balance of opposites is the essence of life, and arguing over whether the sun or the moon is best, seems pointless. When we meditate, we start with our physical posture, Asana, blending the strong feeling of lifting ourselves up, lengthening the spine, with the soft feeling of letting ourselves go, softening our muscles. Moving onto our breath, Pranayama, we balance a deep inbreath with a long, slow, smooth, outbreath. Moving onto our mind, we blend concentration with contemplation, Dharana with Dhyana, balancing the effort of focus, with the ease of flow, becoming filled with presence, into which we let go.

Join us Tuesday nights in Culcheth 8-9.30pm for 90 minute yoga class or Thursdays on zoom including meditation, warming flows, held poses and relaxation. Over 20 years teaching.

Visit me in Birchwood for Deep Tissue Massage, Reiki, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and one to one Yoga and Meditation


Turn your life around - yoga is back in Culcheth starting on Tuesday 17/1/23 in Culcheth Methodist Church Hall 8-9.30pm and Thursdays on zoom. Mixed ability walk in class. Release, rebalance and restore your inner buoyancy. Check my website for details. If you need deep tissue massage or Reiki visit me at my therapy room in Birchwood. Have a wonderful New Year! 🙏🔥🧡🌅


Happy New Year everyone! Here I am breathing in the light in Reverse Plank Half Lotus variation from my Christmas trip to Pathos. Yoga is back in Culcheth Methodist Church Hall January 17th 8-9,30pm and Thursdays on zoom. My therapy room is back from Jan 16th for holistics treatments and Teiki training and massage for those knotty fibres and sprained shoulders and backs. Check me out on Instagram for twice weekly pictures and blog posts 🙏🔥🧘‍♂️🧡


Yoga class tonight December 13th in Culcheth Methodist Church Hall then Christmas break re- starting January 17th 2023 and Thursdays on zoom. Join us to stretch, strengthen and balance your body and lift your spirit. Book me in Birchwood for Deep Tissue Massage for knotty inflamed tissues, Aromatherapy, Reflexology and Reiki treatments and training. Happy Christmas everyone 🙏🧡🔥🙏


Yoga is on in Culcheth every Tuesday up until December 13th 2022 or join us on zoom 8-9.30pm. Visit me in Birchwood for Deep Tissue Massage for those knotty fibres, with aromatherapy and reflexology, as well as Reiki healing and training 🧘🤸🔥🧡


Mixed ability yoga classes Tuesdays and Thursdays in Culcheth and on zoom. Here I am in Side Plank leg stretch kneeling variation. Whatever your situation there’s a variation that can work 🧘🤸🤸‍♀️🧘🏽‍♀️


Find the stillness in movement and the movement in stillness- join us for Hatha Yoga Tuesday nights 8-9.30pm in Culcheth and Thursdays on zoom or visit me in my therapy room in Birchwood for Reflexology, Reiki, Deep Tissue Massage, Aromatherapy and one to one yoga and meditation 🙏🔥🧡🤸


Get your Autumn flowing with yoga Tuesday nights in Culcheth, or book me in Birchwood for one to one yoga/meditation/Reflexology/Reiki/Deep Tissue Massage


Move your body, focus your mind, feel your heart flowing and your soul come alive - join us Tuesday nights in Culcheth Methodist Church Hall and Thursdays on zoom


Yoga is back! Tuesday 8-9.30pm Culcheth Methodist Church Hall and Thursdays on zoom.

Light Holistics - Yoga, meditation, massage, aromatherapy, reiki and reflexology


Whatever your place
You can always make space
Whatever your space
There’s always a place
For Yoga!

Yoga is back in Culcheth Tuesday night 8-9.30 pm Culcheth Methodist Church Hall


Yoga class break is on for August. We re-start Tuesday September 6th in Culcheth Methodist Church Hall and Thursday back on zoom. Utube Channel is in the planning too! Feel free to book me for Reiki, Reflexology, Deep Tissue Back Massage and Reiki Training days at my therapy room in Birchwood. Have a great summer everyone!


Join us for Hatha Yoga every Tuesday night in Culcheth and Thursdays on zoom. Meditate, move, hold, relax 🧘🏽‍♀️🤸🧘‍♂️🤸‍♀️

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