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Heemali is an experienced post lineage yoga specialist who has expertise in a wide range of yoga practices, some of which include:


  • Trauma Informed Yoga

  • Yoga for Trauma

  • Youth Yoga

  • Lymphatic detox Yoga

  • Restorative Yoga

  • Movement and meditation facilitation

  • Pranayama (breathwork)

  • Accessible mindful movement and stillness for individuals suffering with trauma, challenging mental health, physical disabilities and/or Neurological disorders

As a Trauma survivor herself, Heemali found an embodied connection between her mind, body and nervous system to be profoundly healing and loves sharing her experience, she is therefore very passionate about offering accessible yoga and movement classes. Heemali offers a unique experience that goes beyond yoga as she is passionate about inviting people to find a pathway back to the body, which they can then use as a tool to self regulate.

Her background in dance, yoga and meditation continues to lead her on a more holistic path, whilst always working with nature and the moon phases both in her personal practice and teaching.

She believes that the more we connect ourselves with the Earth, the simpler it is to reconnect with ourselves. Allowing each individual to have an authentic experience.

Heemali is registered with Yoga Alliance and follows the Yoga Alliance Standards which set the ethical and educational framework for yoga teachers and schools in order to ensure high quality, safe, accessible, and equitable yoga teaching in communities around the world. She is also on the teaching staff at the Prison Phoenix Trust who offer movement, meditation and healing to inmates in Prisons around England.

Heemali provides specialist sessions in SEN/mainstream schools, universities, secured settings and corporate businesses alongside her Festival/Retreat work so she is able to offer a unique trauma informed experience, no matter the audience.

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