Jude Murray, MA, IYN Yoga Elder, Yoga Alliance Professionals UK SYT (Senior Yoga Teacher)
Jude is a yoga teacher and hospital chaplain, complementary therapist, interspiritual minister and Anam Cara, with nearly thirty years’ experience as a teacher, trainer and group-work facilitator in the public and voluntary sectors and in private industry. She has been practising yoga since 1991 and has been course director on Healing Space since 2011. She is a senior teacher of Embodied Yoga Principles and a certified Embodiment Facilitator. She is a Scot based in Sussex on the South Coast of England, and teaches there, across the UK, and internationally.
Jude has worked extensively in acute, palliative,integrative and community cancer care settings. Her experience has brought her into contact with people who are either recovering or receiving active treatment for many types of cancer and are receiving a range of treatments including chemotherapy, radiotherapy, stem cell transplants, hormone and targeted therapies as well as various scans, tests and invasive procedures. Jude has an in-depth understanding of the impact of these treatments and their side effects, and has completed studies in cancer biology and clinical oncology. She continues to research and learn.
“Teaching is a gift and a joy that I share gladly, with an open heart and all the love I can muster.”
Jude is available for one to one tuition in Sussex, and personal mentoring, advice and support via Skype, Zoom, Whatsapp or Facebook video call.
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Richard Harding BA, BSc, Yoga Alliance Professionals Teacher, Registered Paramedic Practitioner
Richard is a Yoga and Movement facilitator (RYT200, member of Yoga Alliance) and bodyworker specialising in Arun Conscious Touch; an artist, musician and gardener. He is passionate about consciousness, the body, its anatomy and ecology. His journey traverses the arts and sciences and ranges from dance training and performance, BA Hons Fine Art Painting, to medicine working as a Paramedic Practitioner in the NHS, (BSc Healthcare practice- Paramedic Practitioner). In 2001, he lived and trained in with Min Tanaka (Butoh dancer/farmer) at Bodyweather Farm, and DAnce Resources on Earth, Japan. His research, teaching and caring practices span 25 years The Yoga has been influenced by the teachings of Vanda Scaravelli. He has recently become interested in Yoga Nidra, a practice that addresses the practitioner directly, and with scientific evidence, to the neurophysiology of consciousness. Through these practices, we can access various altered-states recordable as ‘brain waves’ that can, in turn illuminate and invite space for healing.
Richard offers his bodywork expertise as lead tutor for the Healing Space (Touch) courses and his medical expertise on the Yoga for Cancer intensive trainings. He shares his depth of embodied experience in his own Breathing Spine workshops.
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Juliette is a Registered Yoga Teacher (200hrs) with Yoga Alliance in Ashtanga Vinyasa and Vinyasa Flow having completed her teacher training with Samyak Yoga in India. She is a certified Healing Space Yoga for Cancer teacher offering holistic yoga to people living with cancer both during and after treatment and is also qualified in pre-natal yoga for mums to be. Her most recent training has been in scaravelli-inspired yoga.
Juliette manages course admin and tutorials for the online Healing Space course.
The following people have all graduates from the Healing Space course and are working in different ways with people living with cancer and their loved ones. Those with links or contact emails can be contacted directly for one to one sessions, classes, workshops or talks.
Anne Binnie – Perthshire – email@example.com
Fiona Diggle – Dumfrieshire – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jane Baron – Trossachs
Tina Gilbert – West Lothian – email@example.com
Gillian Lester – Trossachs – firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Keir – East Kilbride – email@example.com
Rona Gilmartin – Glasgow and Ayrshire – firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Millard -Forth Valley and West Lothian – email@example.com
Melissa Corazon – Glasgow – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ayeshah Khan – Lanarkshire – email@example.com
Marilyn Thomson – Lanarkshire – firstname.lastname@example.org
Martina Boyce – Glasgow – email@example.com
Jayne Wilding – Fife and Dundee – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lucille Cassidy – Belfast – email@example.com
Marie McGovern – Milton Keynes – firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie Shanti Bosanko – Bristol – email@example.com
Michelle Roberton– Brighton- firstname.lastname@example.org
Gwyn Harwood – Glastonbury – email@example.com
Samantha Hare (Ananda) – London – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Rush – London – email@example.com
Jane Collins – Sheffield – firstname.lastname@example.org
Alison Nye-Warden – East Sussex – email@example.com
Heather Smith – Kent – firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicki Bloomfield – Devon – email@example.com
India Gooderham – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Gainsborough – Cambridge – email@example.com
Juliette Gray – Switzerland, Geneva- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yolande Reikert – South Africa, Capetown – email@example.com
Carolyn Forsyth – Switzerland, Zurich – firstname.lastname@example.org