Ruth believes we are on the threshold of an important beginning - "we are ready to move on to a wider level of awareness, we are waking up".
Ruth brings warmth, clarity and humour to her classes. She focuses on how we are able to allow a positive change in our mental and emotional attitudes.
"When the mind quietens down our hearts automatically open and it is then we are able to experience the bliss of the present moment".
All yoga is remedial and Ruth has personal experience, as she was resued by the now famous yoga master BKS Iyengar. In her teens, she had chronic back problems and was due to go into hospital. Luckily, Iyengar showed her how to be free of pain and strengthen her back. She was so inspired by his teaching she followed him to India and trained as a yoga teacher.
Ruth has been an international yoga teacher of some 40 years and has taught in 25 countries. She now runs the Karuna Yoga Centre in the Cotswolds which has weekly classes and teacher training classes qualifying over a thousand students.