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My name is Hannah, and I practice yoga rooted in non-dual Śaiva Tantra.

 

My first experience of yoga was a blissful moment as a child, playing in a local class that my mum attended. Over time, with limited spiritual anchoring and the pressures of growing up, I began to forget the value of bliss and joy. In my late teens, while swinging between states of feeling inspired and lost, I felt a persistent discomfort that there must be “more to life”, and a way to enjoy the ride that seemed out of reach. Later, I would learn to recognise this feeling as the fire of seeking that's necessary to sustain spiritual inquiry and help us remember our essence nature.

It was a chance meeting with a yoga teacher at the uni gym that brought me back to the mat. In Becky, I recognised the spark of inspiration, and in her classes felt a loving presence that enabled me to connect with those around me.

Over time, the teachings of yoga have helped me understand that my young self was yearning for the connection, depth and belonging in community that are so often sacrificed in our exploitative social structures. The practice has ignited a fierce love in my heart for “re-membering” and nurturing our true selves as interdependent beings of this Earth. I love yoga for helping us “walk each other home”.

My teachers

Among my teachers are Sam Burkey, Sarah Harlow, Christopher Gladwell, Christopher "Hareesh" Wallis, Prem Sadasivananda, Atiya Khan, Becky Szwandt and Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, as well as being guided by the teachings of the ancient sages such as Vasugupta and Abhinavagupta through the texts.

 

My training in Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is with James Winstanley, a direct student of Master Kusum Modak, via the Ayurvedic Yoga Massage Institute.

“Officially”, I have spent 600+ hours in facilitator training, mostly with Yogasara in Bristol.

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Reach out

You're welcome to contact me for a conversation about what you need from your yoga practice, ask about joining a group event, or to arrange a massage:

E-mail hannahkramayoga@gmail.com

Phone/WhatsApp/Signal 07983 214 768

Call your spirit back from all the places it has wandered,

invite your fragments to unite

and watch them shine

in a sacred council of renewal

in your own front garden.

 - Molly Remer

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