An insightful honest and thoughtful conversation looking at how three yoga studios have been impacted by the pandemic. Where do we go from here? What is the purpose and place for studios as we move forward in fragile times?
Listen in to this podcast episode as Dawn, Daniel, Jessica and Lucia share their thoughts on what comes next.
Please get in touch and let us know what you see as listeners – what is a yoga studio for you? Has your use of yoga spaces changed? Is it for the better or worse?
Are you a yoga teacher or studio owner? Tell us how you are riding the change and how you see the future of studios post pandemic.
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About Lucia Cockcroft
Yoga at the Mill co-founder Lucia is an experienced yoga and mindfulness teacher. Lucia has extensive experience teaching mindfulness on retreats, on a 1:1 basis and live streamed via zoom. Her formal training is with Bangor university (postgraduate) and Mindfulness for Schools. Lucia has a particular interest in the therapeutic application of mindfulness for relaxation and stress relief, and in yoga as a mindfulness practice. She has taught mindful movement for 15 years and practiced for 25. Having studied with Jon Kabat-Zinn, Christina Feldman and John Peacock her more recent teachers have included Charlotte Watts (somatic mindful movement), Rupert Marques and Ed Halliwell.
About Jessica Livingstone
Jessica is a Senior Yoga & Meditation Teacher & Founder of Wellbeing Yoga (Yoga & Meditation Studio Brentwood Essex 2013-2021)
Business owner, teacher and mother of two, Jessica is a highly experienced, Senior Yoga Teacher (13 years teaching, 1000+ CPD hours, 20 years practising) of many forms of Yoga, including Vinyasa, Hatha, Slow Flow, Power, Shadow Style & more. Jessica founded and ran the first of its kind Yoga & Meditation Business from 2013-2021 in Brentwood (Essex). After losing the business venue due to the pandemic Jessica chose to let go of her teachers and focus on hosting her own classes and progress the mentoring side to her business. Additionally, Jessica has 10 years experience and training as a Meditation teacher from multi-disciplines inc. Mindfulness as well as in-depth Yoga Nidra Meditation training and pranayama (breath-work) training. She has also trained in trauma, somatics and yoga for anxiety and depression.
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