Beth Winn 200 en-route to 500

"I qualified in Hatha Yoga in New York with Yoga Alliance in 2008 and have since gained further qualifications in pre- and post-natal yoga with Yoga London and Kundalini with KRI institute. Raised in the Buddhist tradition, the relationship between mind and body runs through the essence of my being. I gained a scholarship to a top European Conservatoire and completed a BA Hons Degree in Dance as well as studying Psychology. I have been practicing Yoga for 20 years and been working with the body and its subtleties (myo fascial and functional based movement) via a full time teaching schedule for 10yrs throughout the U.K, Europe, South America and the U.S. 

Personal interests include: socio biology, evolutionary biology, psycho somatic studies and studies into  neurological patterning and meditation.
I teach online and have been featured in Women's Health magazine, several times in Om yoga magazine, online for Elephant Journal and for the Daily telegraph. I teach mainly in London, running mixed and women’s workshops and have been an external assessor for Fringe yoga teacher training. Other practices include meditation, Vipassana and training in Thai massage. I am currently studying on Jim Tarran’s Vajrasati 500hr teacher training. 
I offer a space in which to discover the naturalness of movement, breath and being. The physical practice is simple yet challenging in unexpected ways, nurturing, exciting, insightful and transformative. My intention is to bring yoga philosophy into a tangible experience for the individual for it offers the potential for positive change, integration, and greater health, well being and happiness.

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From my own limited experience I have found that the greatest degree of inner tranquillity comes from the development of love and compassion.
The more we care for the happiness of others, the greater our own sense of well-being becomes. Cultivating a close, warm-hearted feeling for others automatically puts the mind at ease. This helps remove whatever fears or insecurities we may have and gives us the strength to cope with any obstacles we encounter. It is the ultimate source of success in life.

— Dalai Lama