Jayne Becca Yoga

Jayne Squires is a Strala yoga guide and Vinyasa Flow yoga instructor based in Bristol, UK. She writes a healthy living yoga blog and organizes yoga retreats.

  • Bristol , United Kingdom
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1 person currently interested

Excellent

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Speaks English

from US$375

Excellent 10/10

Based on 1 review
from US$375
Price for:

3 days / 2 nights

Excellent 10/10

Based on 1 review
Limited availability

Excellent

Based on 1 review

Speaks English

from US$414

Excellent 10/10

Based on 1 review
from US$414
Price for:

3 days / 2 nights

Excellent 10/10

Based on 1 review
Limited availability
2 people currently interested

Excellent

Based on 1 review

Speaks English

from US$375

Excellent 10/10

Based on 1 review
from US$375
Price for:

3 days / 2 nights

Excellent 10/10

Based on 1 review

Jayne Squires

Yeotown Yoga Alliance RYT 200 (Yoga)

Jayne is a Vinyasa Flow yoga teacher and Strala yoga guide. Her classes are a mixture of dynamic Vinyasa Flow and Strala yoga, integrating alignment, core work, and breathing techniques with basic poses and creative sequencing. Each class is designed to energize the body, cultivate a meditative consciousness, and give greater vitality and health. She likes to create classes with playful sequencing and approach each class session with honesty and humor. The classes are for all levels.

Tracy Sadler

Tracy is a raw food enthusiast, completing her advanced and superstar raw food courses with the renowned Kate Magic in Brighton. She hosts events, workshops, and demos in the United Kingdom and abroad.

Verified BookYogaRetreats.com reviews

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    Review by Helen Scott from Spain

    Excellent

    CONS Cons: N/A

    PROS Pros: Jayne is an amazing yoga teacher.

    10 Value for money
    7.5 Accommodation & facilities
    7.5 Food
    10 Location
    10 Quality of activity
    10 Overall impression

    2017-Apr-03 07:07:39

Testimonials

  • Review by Jen from UK

    "I just wanted to write and say thank you again so much for the wonderful yoga retreat, I feel very calm and serene after it. Lovely venue and fellow yogis, and Tracys cooking was amazing and so creative. I was amazed to hear you had only been teaching for a year, you are a real natural to it, lovely style and I really enjoyed every minute."

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  • Review by Kayleigh from Oxford, UK

    "I had such a fantastic time at the Jayne Becca Yoga retreat, it couldnt have been better or more relaxing! The yoga classes were brilliant and very well planned I really enjoy Jaynes fun and relaxed style of teaching, she gave me the confidence to try things Id never usually feel able to do in my typical yoga practice. The meditation classes were also excellent and very calming.The location Jayne chose for the retreat was beautiful; the accommodation was clean, stylish and comfortable and we had plenty of time between yoga classes to take walks around the rolling countryside that surrounded us or relax with a book in the comfortable rooms of the lodge. The yurt we used for our yoga classes was also beautifully decorated and made for a fantastic space to practice and meditate. There were also lovely yoga-themed gift bags for each of us to take home, which was such a nice surprise!We were treated to delicious raw food meals during our time at the retreat, provided by the lovely Tracy, who not only made delicious, filling, wholesome foods but also took the time to explain to us how each dish was made and how beneficial the ingredients are for our bodies. The meals went really well with the well-being vibe of the retreat and gave me enough energy to take onto the yoga mat!I left Jaynes retreat feeling very well cared-for, relaxed and with a renewed passion for yoga, which is exactly what I was hoping to get from this weekend. I would definitely recommend Jaynes retreats to my friends - I had such a brilliant time and wish I could return every week!"

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  • Review by Kate from Bristol, UK

    "A belated thank you to Jayne and Tracy for making it feel like Summer.Eat raw: Its rare to genuinely be able to taste original things today without it either costing an arm and a leg, or for it to need some mystical ingredient that can only be harvested on a full moon every fifth year with the wind blowing a certain direction. As a dedicated fruit & vegetable eater who has been thus far been unable to give up meat, I can honestly say that Tracys delightful food preparations surprised me, in a good way, left me satisfied and opened my eyes to a new way of cooking and a new range of tastes. Ill be ordering Tracys cheesecake for my brother-in-law, whos had a full blown dairy allergy since birth. I not much of a dessert person and always happy with ice-cream, but this was mmmmmm. Jaynes yoga: I love Jaynes classes, which can at times be a series of powerful flow movements to work up a nice heat and encourages you to have the confidence to try a little harder, without being pushed. As a previously dedicated Ashtanga yogi, I have found as Ive become a little older (ahem) that practising Ashtanga repeatedly suits my body a little less. I find Jaynes classes a really nice tiny step down from this, but still with a level of quiet discipline and structure that I personally respond to well in my practice.The yurt in Devon is such a beautiful indoors outdoors location to participate, with the floor pleasant underfoot and firm yet giving tiling placed on top of the wood. Nicely spaced for around 14 + Jayne and a lovely vibe.Accommodation: The house has been very nicely converted and it is great to get back to affordable yet comfortable yoga retreat options. I shared a room with 2 others (lovely people) and for 2-3 nights it was more than adequate. Comfortable beds; clean, bright bathrooms and a characterful Devon dwelling. Admittedly, for a stay any longer it may be considered a little cosy if sharing space with people you do not know very well. If considering a stay in colder months, when people need to stay indoors for longer periods, the lounge areas may benefit from a little more relaxing seating, but I am sure this will be gradually improved in due course. The view across the valley is beautiful.Overall, the weekend was superb; superb value, superb yoga and superb people."

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  • Review by Austin from Bristol, UK

    "Jaynes classes are fun with all due seriousness. She has encouraged a respectful and gradual deepening in my once-fragile relationship with my body and its strengths / limitations. Expect to get sweaty and work deeply to the sound of cool vibes and the warmth of Jaynes naturally peaceful ambience."

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  • Review by Rachel from Bristol, UK

    "Of all the yoga classes I have experienced I find Jaynes classes to always have a great mix of familiar flow / sequences mixed up with plenty of new variations each week, so the classes are never stale. Jayne adds in elements of challenge with fun, always offering variations for all levels, offering the opportunity to build your knowledge and exposure to a wide range of postures / asanas but at the same time only at a level you feel you need that day, great for beginners & the more experienced alike. Above all I find Jaynes classes to be heart felt and her passion and love for yoga and balance always genuine and inspiring."

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  • Review by Zoe from Bristol, UK

    "Starting your classes in April has done me so much good and inspired me to do more."

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