07531 934 067 jo@jojobayoga.com

About Jojoba Yoga


Jojoba Yoga is a Private Yoga practice run by Joanna Cowper Peart MA, MGHT, IYN.

Jo is a qualified teacher in Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Kids Yogabugs, SOAR Recovery Yoga Therapy and Sport Yoga. She has been practising Yoga for over 20 years and has been teaching since 2010.

Jojoba Yoga classes combine traditional Hatha and Kundalini Yoga, along with Hatha Vinyasa flow sequences, meditation and relaxation techniques, developing flexibility, strength and a deep sense of peace and well being. The weekly classes are for all ages & abilities, the focus is on the 7 Chakras, balancing and restoring energy and vitality throughout the body, promoting strength, flexibility, health & healing.

Jo studied Movement & Dance at university and has a background working in sport, including working on the London 2012 Olympics. Jo now offers Yoga for Sport, adapting hatha yoga classes to suit specific sporting requirements, strengthening, stretching and relaxing the body to assist injury prevention and recovery, ideal for sporting enthusiasts and athletes.

In addition, Jo offers Recovery Yoga classes. As a trained Yoga Therapy teacher these classes are specifically designed to help recovery from physical & emotional injury & trauma, focusing on reconnecting with the body in a safe, secure, non-competitive environment. Jo is also keen to introduce all ages to the physical & healing practice of Yoga, creating classes for kids, parents & grandparents to enjoy together, providing students with a dedicated space for their own health & recovery, developing strength & flexibility in body, mind & spirit.

Through the weekly classes and private yoga sessions, Jo offers a variety of ways for students to fully develop their understanding and practice of yoga in its fullest form, providing a space to connect with the body in a safe, nurturing environment, assisting health, fitness, recovery and healing.

Hatha yoga is a powerful tool for self-transformation. It asks us to bring our attention to our breath, which helps us to still the fluctuations of the mind and be more present in the unfolding of each moment. ~ Cyndi Lee, “Yoga 101: A Beginner’s Guide to Practice, Meditation, and the Sutras,” YogaJournal.com, 2014 October 7th

‘I am passionate about my practice and the importance of making Yoga available to everyone. I believe in treating the whole person, the physical, but also the mental, spiritual and emotional, in order to fully heal and restore strength and well-being on all levels’ – Jo, Jojoba Yoga

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