Veronica Winter

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Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga with Veronica Winter


Veronica began practising yoga in 1995 in London and feels blessed to have had Liz Lark and Nigel Jones as her first Yoga teachers.

In 2003 she began her Yoga Teacher training with The British Wheel of Yoga with David Charlton and Gail Reeves of Living Yoga, and began teaching shortly afterwards.  

Veronica has trained with Shiva Rea in Vinyasa Flow, completed Ashtanga teacher training with David Swenson and qualified as a Yin Yoga with Norma Blair.

Most recently attended anatomy & physiology training with Gary Carter of Better Bodies. She regularly attends monthly Yoga workshops to continue her Yoga studies.

On the retreat, the morning practise is an energising vinyasa flow practise and on the afternoon/evening it will be an hour of a calming, restorative YIN yoga practise.


Morning class: we begin with pranayama/ conscious breathing then we mobilise the joints, followed by a warm up around the sun salutation, then we weave the standing asanas together to form sequences.

Seated and lying postures and stretches to conclude the practise and then we finish with Yoga NIDRA.

Afternoon/evening practise: an hour of YIN YOGA. Meditation in yoga postures as the asana are held for up to 5 minutes.

Yin is based around TCM (traditional chinese medicine) and focuses on the energy channels or "meridians" that carry our "chi" ( prana )around the body.

A YANG practise such as Hatha or Vinyasa focuses on the muscles whereas YIN aims to focus at a deeper level on the ligaments, tendons and fascia.