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Jackie Quayle Founder I   am   a   mother,   to   two   children   (21   and   18),   married to   a   lovely   man,   John,   for   almost   25   years,   and   a business   woman.   I   am   an   accountant   –   that’s   the day job- and a yoga teacher – that’s the passion! I   love   to   read,   though   rarely   have   time,   travelling (now   that   the   children   are   all   grown   up!),   and   I   love cakes – both baking and eating them! I   began   yoga   in   my   30s,   when   a   bad   back,   and   a wonderful   pain   consultant,   led   me   to   my   first   yoga class…. Although   in   pain,   the   class   had   quite   an   amazing effect   on   my   well-being,   and   I   felt   able   to   breathe   and   relax   for   the   first   time   since   the   pain   began…I   did   find   it challenging, but from that very first class, I was hooked! I   began   practicing   three   times   a   week,   and   within   a   year   the   pain   had   abated,   and   I   didn’t   need   the   pain   killers so   much….Within   two   years,   I   stopped   having   injections,   and   by   year   three   the   pain   had   almost   gone.   It   was   also about   this   time   that   my   interest   in   the   philosophy   began   to   pique,   so   I   enrolled   on   the   British   Wheel   of   Yoga Foundation   Course,   and   that’s   when   the   thought   began   to   take   shape   in   my   head   ‘hmmm,   I   think   I   want   to   be   a teacher’… I   loved   the   course,   so   when   it   finished   I   felt   a   little   lost,   what   next,   I   felt   bereft,   I   loved   my   monthly   sessions   with like-minded people, I missed them….and that led me to the BWY Teaching Diploma…. I   did   have   to   have   a   good,   long   think   about   this   step,   over   three   years   of   commitment,   I   didn’t   know   whether   I had   the   time,   my   children   were   still   young,   I   ran   my   own   business,   the   thoughts   scrambled   over   and   over   in   my head. Could I do it, DARE I? I   dared,   and   jumped   in   with   both   feet   (and   the   help   of   my   wonderful   family),   and   revelled   in   this   learning,   the people, the knowledge, the YOGA! I   love   teaching,   I   feel   as   though   I   was   made   to   teach   yoga.   I   love   the   effects   it   has   on   people…I   love   the   effects it   has   on   me,   and   the   people   close   to   me..   I   feel   that   my   role   as   a   yoga   teacher   is   to   re-connect   each   person with   their   true   selves,   to   remind   them   how   magical   they   are,   and   to   give   them   the   tools   of   yoga,   so   that   they can use those tools to help them with everyday life. I   have   taught   at   BWY   mini   congress   for   both   Cheshire   and   Merseyside,   a   well   as   for   other   studios   as   a   guest teacher in across the UK. Qualifications BWY Teaching Diploma (2009) BWY Foundation Course Tutor (Levels 1 and 2) Core Strength Vinyasa 500 hr Certified Yin Certified Certificate   in   Yoga   History   and   Philosophy   (Including   the   Bhagavad   Gita   in   depth)   –   Oxford   University (Dep Hindu Studies). Trainings   and   workshops   include:   Mythic   Flow,   Noah   Maze   and   Sianna   Sherman,   Muz   Murray,      and   The Uphanishads (Distance Learning). Lots   of   workshops   attended   with   our   great   UK   teachers   too,   including   Deb   Redcliffe,   Callie   Meakin,   Debbie Farrar,   Joanna   Najduch,   Claire   Missingham,   David   Sye,      Richard   Adamo,   Emma   Henry,   Mike   McCabe, Vanessa Morton, and Bridget Woods Kramer to name but a few!
The Yoga Bank 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
0151 257 8202
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Jackie Quayle Founder I   am   a   mother,   to   two   children   (21   and   18),   married   to   a   lovely   man, John,    for    almost    25    years,    and    a    business    woman.    I    am    an accountant   –   that’s   the   day   job-   and   a   yoga   teacher   –   that’s   the passion! I    love    to    read,    though    rarely    have    time,    travelling    (now    that    the children   are   all   grown   up!),   and   I   love   cakes   –   both   baking   and   eating them! I   began   yoga   in   my   30s,   when   a   bad   back,   and   a   wonderful   pain consultant, led me to my first yoga class…. Although   in   pain,   the   class   had   quite   an   amazing   effect   on   my   well- being,   and   I   felt   able   to   breathe   and   relax   for   the   first   time   since   the pain   began…I   did   find   it   challenging,   but   from   that   very   first   class,   I was hooked! I   began   practicing   three   times   a   week,   and   within   a   year   the   pain   had   abated,   and   I   didn’t   need   the   pain   killers   so   much….Within   two   years,   I stopped   having   injections,   and   by   year   three   the   pain   had   almost   gone.   It   was   also   about   this   time   that   my   interest   in   the   philosophy   began   to pique,   so   I   enrolled   on   the   British   Wheel   of   Yoga   Foundation   Course,   and   that’s   when   the   thought   began   to   take   shape   in   my   head   ‘hmmm,   I   think I want to be a teacher’… I   loved   the   course,   so   when   it   finished   I   felt   a   little   lost,   what   next,   I   felt   bereft,   I   loved   my   monthly   sessions   with   like-minded   people,   I   missed them….and that led me to the BWY Teaching Diploma…. I   did   have   to   have   a   good,   long   think   about   this   step,   over   three   years   of   commitment,   I   didn’t   know   whether   I   had   the   time,   my   children   were   still young, I ran my own business, the thoughts scrambled over and over in my head. Could I do it, DARE I? I dared, and jumped in with both feet (and the help of my wonderful family), and revelled in this learning, the people, the knowledge, the YOGA! I   love   teaching,   I   feel   as   though   I   was   made   to   teach   yoga.   I   love   the   effects   it   has   on   people…I   love   the   effects   it   has   on   me,   and   the   people   close to   me..   I   feel   that   my   role   as   a   yoga   teacher   is   to   re-connect   each   person   with   their   true   selves,   to   remind   them   how   magical   they   are,   and   to   give them the tools of yoga, so that they can use those tools to help them with everyday life. I have taught at BWY mini congress for both Cheshire and Merseyside, a well as for other studios as a guest teacher in across the UK. Qualifications BWY Teaching Diploma (2009) BWY Foundation Course Tutor (Levels 1 and 2) Core Strength Vinyasa 500 hr Certified Yin Certified Certificate in Yoga History and Philosophy (Including the Bhagavad Gita in depth) – Oxford University (Dep Hindu Studies). Trainings and workshops include: Mythic Flow, Noah Maze and Sianna Sherman, Muz Murray,  and The Uphanishads (Distance Learning). Lots   of   workshops   attended   with   our   great   UK   teachers   too,   including   Deb   Redcliffe,   Callie   Meakin,   Debbie   Farrar,   Joanna   Najduch,   Claire Missingham, David Sye,  Richard Adamo, Emma Henry, Mike McCabe, Vanessa Morton, and Bridget Woods Kramer to name but a few!
The Yoga Bank 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
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Jackie Quayle Founder I   am   a   mother,   to   two   children   (21   and 18),   married   to   a   lovely   man,   John,   for almost   25   years,   and   a   business   woman. I   am   an   accountant   –   that’s   the   day   job- and a yoga teacher – that’s the passion! I   love   to   read,   though   rarely   have   time, travelling   (now   that   the   children   are   all grown    up!),    and    I    love    cakes    –    both baking and eating them! I   began   yoga   in   my   30s,   when   a   bad   back,   and   a   wonderful   pain   consultant,   led   me   to   my first yoga class…. Although   in   pain,   the   class   had   quite   an   amazing   effect   on   my   well-being,   and   I   felt   able to   breathe   and   relax   for   the   first   time   since   the   pain   began…I   did   find   it   challenging,   but from that very first class, I was hooked! I   began   practicing   three   times   a   week,   and   within   a   year   the   pain   had   abated,   and   I   didn’t need   the   pain   killers   so   much….Within   two   years,   I   stopped   having   injections,   and   by   year three   the   pain   had   almost   gone.   It   was   also   about   this   time   that   my   interest   in   the philosophy   began   to   pique,   so   I   enrolled   on   the   British   Wheel   of   Yoga   Foundation   Course, and   that’s   when   the   thought   began   to   take   shape   in   my   head   ‘hmmm,   I   think   I   want   to   be a teacher’… I   loved   the   course,   so   when   it   finished   I   felt   a   little   lost,   what   next,   I   felt   bereft,   I   loved   my monthly   sessions   with   like-minded   people,   I   missed   them….and   that   led   me   to   the   BWY Teaching Diploma…. I   did   have   to   have   a   good,   long   think   about   this   step,   over   three   years   of   commitment,   I didn’t   know   whether   I   had   the   time,   my   children   were   still   young,   I   ran   my   own   business, the thoughts scrambled over and over in my head. Could I do it, DARE I? I   dared,   and   jumped   in   with   both   feet   (and   the   help   of   my   wonderful   family),   and   revelled in this learning, the people, the knowledge, the YOGA! I   love   teaching,   I   feel   as   though   I   was   made   to   teach   yoga.   I   love   the   effects   it   has   on people…I   love   the   effects   it   has   on   me,   and   the   people   close   to   me..   I   feel   that   my   role   as a   yoga   teacher   is   to   re-connect   each   person   with   their   true   selves,   to   remind   them   how magical   they   are,   and   to   give   them   the   tools   of   yoga,   so   that   they   can   use   those   tools   to help them with everyday life. I   have   taught   at   BWY   mini   congress   for   both   Cheshire   and   Merseyside,   a   well   as   for   other studios as a guest teacher in across the UK. Qualifications BWY Teaching Diploma (2009) BWY Foundation Course Tutor (Levels 1 and 2) Core Strength Vinyasa 500 hr Certified Yin Certified Certificate   in   Yoga   History   and   Philosophy   (Including   the   Bhagavad   Gita   in   depth)   Oxford University (Dep Hindu Studies). Trainings   and   workshops   include:   Mythic   Flow,   Noah   Maze   and   Sianna   Sherman, Muz Murray,  and The Uphanishads (Distance Learning). Lots    of    workshops    attended    with    our    great    UK    teachers    too,    including    Deb Redcliffe,   Callie   Meakin,   Debbie   Farrar,   Joanna   Najduch,   Claire   Missingham,   David Sye,      Richard   Adamo,   Emma   Henry,   Mike   McCabe,   Vanessa   Morton,   and   Bridget Woods Kramer to name but a few!
The Yoga Bank 2018 © All Rights Reserved. Website Design GC_Wood
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Jackie Quayle Founder I   am   a   mother,   to   two   children   (21   and   18),   married   to   a lovely    man,    John,    for    almost    25    years,    and    a    business woman.   I   am   an   accountant   –   that’s   the   day   job-   and   a   yoga teacher – that’s the passion! I   love   to   read,   though   rarely   have   time,   travelling   (now   that the   children   are   all   grown   up!),   and   I   love   cakes   –   both baking and eating them! I   began   yoga   in   my   30s,   when   a   bad   back,   and   a   wonderful pain consultant, led me to my first yoga class…. Although   in   pain,   the   class   had   quite   an   amazing   effect   on my   well-being,   and   I   felt   able   to   breathe   and   relax   for   the first   time   since   the   pain   began…I   did   find   it   challenging,   but from that very first class, I was hooked! I   began   practicing   three   times   a   week,   and   within   a   year   the pain    had    abated,    and    I    didn’t    need    the    pain    killers    so much….Within   two   years,   I   stopped   having   injections,   and   by year   three   the   pain   had   almost   gone.   It   was   also   about   this time   that   my   interest   in   the   philosophy   began   to   pique,   so   I enrolled   on   the   British   Wheel   of   Yoga   Foundation   Course, and   that’s   when   the   thought   began   to   take   shape   in   my head ‘hmmm, I think I want to be a teacher’… I   loved   the   course,   so   when   it   finished   I   felt   a   little   lost,   what next,   I   felt   bereft,   I   loved   my   monthly   sessions   with   like- minded   people,   I   missed   them….and   that   led   me   to   the   BWY Teaching Diploma…. I   did   have   to   have   a   good,   long   think   about   this   step,   over three   years   of   commitment,   I   didn’t   know   whether   I   had   the time,   my   children   were   still   young,   I   ran   my   own   business, the   thoughts   scrambled   over   and   over   in   my   head.   Could   I do it, DARE I? I   dared,   and   jumped   in   with   both   feet   (and   the   help   of   my wonderful   family),   and   revelled   in   this   learning,   the   people, the knowledge, the YOGA! I   love   teaching,   I   feel   as   though   I   was   made   to   teach   yoga.   I love   the   effects   it   has   on   people…I   love   the   effects   it   has   on me,   and   the   people   close   to   me..   I   feel   that   my   role   as   a yoga   teacher   is   to   re-connect   each   person   with   their   true selves,   to   remind   them   how   magical   they   are,   and   to   give them   the   tools   of   yoga,   so   that   they   can   use   those   tools   to help them with everyday life. I   have   taught   at   BWY   mini   congress   for   both   Cheshire   and Merseyside,   a   well   as   for   other   studios   as   a   guest   teacher   in across the UK. Qualifications BWY Teaching Diploma (2009) BWY Foundation Course Tutor (Levels 1 and 2) Core Strength Vinyasa 500 hr Certified Yin Certified Certificate   in   Yoga   History   and   Philosophy   (Including the   Bhagavad   Gita   in   depth)   –   Oxford   University   (Dep Hindu Studies). Trainings   and   workshops   include:   Mythic   Flow,   Noah Maze    and    Sianna    Sherman,    Muz    Murray,        and    The Uphanishads (Distance Learning). Lots     of     workshops     attended     with     our     great     UK teachers   too,   including   Deb   Redcliffe,   Callie   Meakin, Debbie    Farrar,    Joanna    Najduch,    Claire    Missingham, David    Sye,        Richard    Adamo,    Emma    Henry,    Mike McCabe,   Vanessa   Morton,   and   Bridget   Woods   Kramer to name but a few!
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Jackie Quayle Founder I   am   a   mother,   to   two   children   (21   and 18),   married   to   a   lovely   man,   John,   for almost     25     years,     and     a     business woman.   I   am   an   accountant   –   that’s the    day    job-    and    a    yoga    teacher    that’s the passion! I    love    to    read,    though    rarely    have time,   travelling   (now   that   the   children are   all   grown   up!),   and   I   love   cakes   both baking and eating them! I   began   yoga   in   my   30s,   when   a   bad back,       and       a       wonderful       pain consultant,   led   me   to   my   first   yoga class…. Although   in   pain,   the   class   had   quite an   amazing   effect   on   my   well-being, and   I   felt   able   to   breathe   and   relax   for the   first   time   since   the   pain   began…I did   find   it   challenging,   but   from   that very first class, I was hooked! I   began   practicing   three   times   a   week, and     within     a     year     the     pain     had abated,    and    I    didn’t    need    the    pain killers    so    much….Within    two    years,    I stopped     having     injections,     and     by year   three   the   pain   had   almost   gone. It   was   also   about   this   time   that   my interest    in    the    philosophy    began    to pique,    so    I    enrolled    on    the    British Wheel    of    Yoga    Foundation    Course, and   that’s   when   the   thought   began   to take    shape    in    my    head    ‘hmmm,    I think I want to be a teacher’… I   loved   the   course,   so   when   it   finished I    felt    a    little    lost,    what    next,    I    felt bereft,   I   loved   my   monthly   sessions with     like-minded     people,     I     missed them….and   that   led   me   to   the   BWY Teaching Diploma…. I   did   have   to   have   a   good,   long   think about   this   step,   over   three   years   of commitment,   I   didn’t   know   whether   I had   the   time,   my   children   were   still young,    I    ran    my    own    business,    the thoughts   scrambled   over   and   over   in my head. Could I do it, DARE I? I   dared,   and   jumped   in   with   both   feet (and   the   help   of   my   wonderful   family), and     revelled     in     this     learning,     the people, the knowledge, the YOGA! I   love   teaching,   I   feel   as   though   I   was made   to   teach   yoga.   I   love   the   effects it   has   on   people…I   love   the   effects   it has   on   me,   and   the   people   close   to me..    I    feel    that    my    role    as    a    yoga teacher   is   to   re-connect   each   person with   their   true   selves,   to   remind   them how    magical    they    are,    and    to    give them   the   tools   of   yoga,   so   that   they can   use   those   tools   to   help   them   with everyday life. I   have   taught   at   BWY   mini   congress for   both   Cheshire   and   Merseyside,   a well   as   for   other   studios   as   a   guest teacher in across the UK. Qualifications BWY Teaching Diploma (2009) BWY    Foundation    Course    Tutor (Levels 1 and 2) Core    Strength    Vinyasa    500    hr Certified Yin Certified Certificate    in    Yoga    History    and Philosophy         (Including         the Bhagavad      Gita      in      depth)      Oxford    University    (Dep    Hindu Studies). Trainings         and         workshops include:   Mythic   Flow,   Noah   Maze and       Sianna       Sherman,       Muz Murray,        and    The    Uphanishads (Distance Learning). Lots   of   workshops   attended   with our     great     UK     teachers     too, including    Deb    Redcliffe,    Callie Meakin,    Debbie    Farrar,    Joanna Najduch,       Claire       Missingham, David     Sye,          Richard     Adamo, Emma     Henry,     Mike     McCabe, Vanessa     Morton,     and     Bridget Woods    Kramer    to    name    but    a few!
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