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Yoga for Everyone


Yoga for Everyone in Herefordshire.


Reawaken your natural state of lightness and fluidity and inner confidence that comes from being what you truly are

Veronika Pena de la Jara

Hereford Yoga

Veronika Pena de la Jara

Hereford Yoga

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Hello, I’m Amanda Hamilton.


I first practised yoga at the age of nine in Monmouth, thanks to my Mum who signed up

for an afternoon class to while away two hours inbetween school runs. Apparently I was so bendy back then I could wrap my legs around the back of my head without so much as a twinge.


These days of course, time and tide have taken their toll, and a bit of common sense has come into play. I no longer wrap my legs around my head, but I do try to wrap my arms metaphorically speaking around my students, supporting and encouraging them to draw on their extraordinary resourcefulness to get the best out of their practice.


I have so far managed to rid myself of chronically painful sciatica, have healed a major shoulder injury, reactivated a lazy thyroid and have begun to discover that Inner Peace is a real, palpable gift available to all of us, not just the domain of the Kung Fu Panda kids movie.


I have discovered that Yoga is not just a string of fancy stretches I perform on my mat, but really only begins when I leave my mat and deal with life on life’s terms. Yoga is a way of life and a way of being for many, and it has made me a far better person.


I adore teaching, my students feel like an extension of my family. While I maintain a sense of inward reflection in class, we do also have a lot of fun in our classes and we do work very hard indeed – often not moving very much at all, and often moving with the breath.


I love to layer a class so that you find your own level. The reality of yoga is that there is ALWAYS a more challenging posture, a more dynamic version. It keeps us all humble and aware that wherever you are is just perfect for you.


I look forward to warmly welcoming you at any of my classes which you can find on the class schedule. ..