About soul yoga
Soul Yoga is a yoga school dedicated to personal and community development. We make people healthier, stronger and happier by teaching them traditional yoga techniques to apply throughout their lives, resulting in lasting positive changes.
Founded by Leah Graham in 2017, Soul Yoga has grown represent other highly qualified and inspirational yoga teachers and alternative health practitioners.
We offer regular weekly classes in yoga asana practice, meditation, yoga nidra, and pranayama (breathing), as well as workshops and retreats throughout the world.
Private yoga sessions for deeper healing and transformation are available throughout the year at our clinic in Wadebridge or at your home.
In my classes I flow from a Yang (more energetic) to a Yin (more introspective) style of yoga to bring about a strong physical body, with clear energy channels. This brings about a balanced and calm mind. If we are physically and emotionally well we can truly embody ourselves and live in the moment. When we fully experience each moment from a grounded, centered place we find true peace and happiness.
I use breath work (pranayama) and guided meditation techniques to aid in relaxation and rejuvinatoin.
"The yoga I teach in my classes should meet you at your limit physically, emotionally, and mentally. It should hold you in a place that feels safe, but challenges you to be the best version of yourself. Teaching you to love yourself and make peace with where you are right now on your journey. "
"If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete." ~ Buddha
The Moon Cannot Be Stolen
Ryokan, a Zen master, lived the simplest kind of life in a little hut at the foot of a mountain. One evening a thief visited the hut only to discover there was nothing in it to steal.
Ryokan returned and caught him. “You may have come a long way to visit me,” he told the prowler, “and you shoud not return emptyhanded. Please take my clothes as a gift.”
The thief was bewildered. He took the clothes and slunk away.
Ryokan sat naked, watching the moon. “Poor fellow,” he mused, “I wish I could give him this beautiful moon.”