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JP Beaumont

07853 397 973|

I run Sport Health Yoga (www.sporthealthyoga.com) – where I help people who aren’t very flexible to become more flexible and use yoga to help athletes improve performance, reduce injuries and boost recovery. As a male, I understand what it’s like being the odd-one-out in a yoga studio. I also understand how it feels to be tight and stiff. A lot of yoga poses can’t be done by most people, let alone men who rarely stretch! It’s taken me years to get where I am, so I understand how difficult it is for people. My aim is to make yoga more acceptable and more accessible to people who currently feel like yoga isn’t for them.

I love to lift weights, run, cycle, play football and box. I’ve found yoga to be the perfect compliment to these activities. As well as learning more about how my body moves, Yoga keeps me feeling loose and supple, gets rid of aches, pains, stiffness and soreness, and leaves me feeling recovered after hard training sessions. I use my personal knowledge and experience to teach functional and accessible yoga classes. People often come to me with specific adaptations and restrictions in their bodies due to their workload, training and daily habits. I help them to undo these restrictions to bring ease, balance and efficiency into the way they move which helps to improve performance and reduce injuries.

I started practising yoga in 2014 and have been teaching since 2019. I am very lucky to have trained, worked with and been guided by amazing teachers (including Sarah Harlow and Sam Burkey of Yogasara) who have had life changing and profound effects on me. I am grateful to them all.  I am always studying and learning and have recently started to work with Sarah Ramsden (yoga teacher for Man Utd and Man City) as I specialise in working with athletes and develop a strong knowledge in sport science and functional anatomy.

I look forward to seeing you in a class, workshop or event. For more information visit www.sporthealthyoga.com

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