Classes and Locations

The yoga style is based on the work of Vanda Scaravelli. It is suitable for all people of all ages irrespective of physical health .

Yoga Classes for  Winter 2018/ 2019: 

Tuesdays , 12 midday (Classes run up to 18 December , then from 08 January ) 
Scaravelli Style Yoga at Jubilee Hall , Hartley Wintney (RG27  8RQ)

Wednesdays, 10 am (From 09 January ,  2019 )

Scaravelli Style Yoga at Odiham Bowling Club, Buryfields , Odiham  RG29 1NE

Wednesdays,  7 pm (Classes run up to mid December- please check each week , then from 09 January ) Scaravelli Style Yoga at North Warnborough Village Hall  (RG29 1EA)

Thursdays –  5.30pm and 7pm (Classes run up to 20 December , then from 03 January )

Scaravelli Style Yoga at Frogmore Day Centre (GU46 6AG)

Fridays, 10 am (Classes run up to 14 December , then from 03 January )

Scaravelli Style Yoga at Greywell Village Hall (The Street, Greywell, Nr Hook, Hants )

Private 1-2-1 Classes
Hart Clinic on The Green Hartley Wintney, The Old Forge House, Cricket Green, RG27 8PZ or at my home studio in Odiham – contact Tanya for details.

New  for  2019: 8 week Mindfulness- Based and Movement -Based Stress Reduction Course

Location: Greywell Village Hall (RG29 1BY).

**Tuesdays 7.30 pm – 9.15 pm  on 8th, 15th, 22nd January , 5th, 12th, 26th February, 05, 12 March  (29th January, 19 February  no sessions – home practice weeks).

**The Spring course for the same will start 14 May 2019 and the Autumn course  will start on 10 September. Any missed sessions during the first course booked can be taken instead during  subsequent courses at any time.

The body can heal the mind and the mind can heal the body.

This is a practical course to help all those that feel stress is a problem for them or for those that want to know more about their bodies in the safety of a small and friendly group .  Individually we will explore our own minds and bodies through   physical and mental enquiry . We will include mindful techniques  to practice ways that the mind can heal the body, as well as how the body can heal the mind, thus enabling us to have a full range of tools to help us deal with the vicissitudes of life.

During the course you will:

Understand how the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems work and to understand how we can constantly keep ourselves in a level of fight or flight due to our  learned patterns and behaviours.

Understand how our own bodies manifest  stress and then to  learn how  to dissipate this held tension.

Learn techniques to combat stress .through both body  work and mindful practices.

Learn  how to breathe well.

Become aware about behaviour patterns in both mind and body,  making enquiries about non useful   habits and beginning to find ways to make new, better ones .

Combined with a single private 1-2-1 session with each individual : Cost  £220 ( without private session : £160 ) Early booking discount : £180/ £120 if booked by Dec 15th. Extra private sessions can be bought at £50 each.

The course is open to everyone. We will be mainly based sitting / laying on the floor but chairs are available for those that are not able to do this.

Monthly Workshops at Greywell Village Hall (RG29 1BY).

19 January 2019 : ‘Moving  into 2019 with ease .

The body already has all the length it needs if we can manage to release all the restrictions in it (ref: Gary Carter at Natural Bodies  ). This workshop will ease us into 2019, loosening off tight hips and shoulders to find ease of movement. We will explore lots of hip and shoulder opening movements and work deeply to find release. We will take a refreshment break towards the end of the workshop and finish with a peaceful relaxation . The workshop is suitable for all.

Feb 09 2019 : Building a good foundation for your practice 

This workshop will explore how we can find freedom of movement using the whole body from the ground up .  We will spend time exploring posture work where we use the feet as a strong base. By the end of the workshop, you will have found ease in movement , having more freedom in hips, shoulders , necks and will have found room  for an easier breath . We will take a refreshment break towards the end of the workshop and finish with a peaceful relaxation . The workshop is suitable for all.

02 March 2019 :  Finding strength .

This workshop will look at how we can develop our practice to find stronger postures  We will look at how to develop our stomach muscles without compromising any other areas as is often the case in traditional ‘core’ work. We will look at postures such as plank, that are considered to be all about upper body strength but we will see how when we integrate our body as a whole we find them with more ease. We will take a refreshment break towards the end of the workshop and finish with a peaceful relaxation . By the end of the workshop you will know how to develop strength in the body without pain or injury. The workshop is suitable for all though if recovering from injuries it may not be suitable for you. Please discuss with Tanya first.

Other provisional workshop dates for 2019 : April 06, Jun 01, July 06, August 03, Sept 07, Oct 05, Nov 02, Dec 07


Lastly …Yoga Holiday to Sulyeman’s Garden in Turkey. 04-11 May 2019. For further details contact Tanya


Any questions? Contact me at or call / text me 07796 895 942.

My Yoga Style

My practice has its roots with a style of yoga called Scaravelli, based on the work of Vanda Scaravelli. I am also influenced by current visionaries in the field of movement, and this mix of ideas makes for an intelligent way to look at human movement. It promotes ease in movement for everybody.

The beauty of the work is that it can help everyone: for example  I currently teach people  looking for recovery after hip or knee replacements to  super active martial arts students looking to find more flexibility and ease in the body.

As individuals we each have unique bodies, the same as we have unique faces and so classes are centred on the individual , rather than the teacher’s expectations of what an individual should achieve. I ensure there is freedom for each person to explore their own practice and feel their own body. This makes the emphasis less about achieving a particular posture but more about the journey of getting there. Classes are suitable for everyone and in each class students are  encouraged to take the movement practice at their own pace. Classes are nearly always small,  usually with less than 10 people in each.


I also have a very gentle Greyhound who occasionally joins classes.