I'm Vikki founder and teacher of Blisslight Yoga. A long term student of Shri Kali Ashram and a massage therapist trained in the India, UK and Thailand. I understand the real physical effects of living with stress and how it can take peoples enjoyment of life. Happy at Work Glasgow has a simple purpose:to help busy people relax. When you relax your whole system has its opportunity to come back to its natural state of wellness.
''...I was surprised at how thorough some of the stretches were. Although it was conducted in a very gentle manner it was a complete workout. What amazed me more than anything else was the deep sense of relaxation and peace I experienced at the end. I honestly felt I touched a piece of bliss I had always sought but probably imagined was out of reach. In short. I am converted to the benefits of yoga and I can say in all sincerity I intend to make this a regular feature of my life...''
Raymond - Glasgow
''...Vikki's class on a Monday night was not only a fab start to the week as I came away feeling energised and an inch taller, I was left feeling completely relaxed . The class is all about doing what you can and being mindful of your body...''
Isabella - Glasgow
''...I had tried several yoga classes prior to this but never been able to find quite what I was looking for until now. During the first couple of weeks, I did find some of the postures a bit challenging but before long they became much easier, and I was eventually able to do them without watching Vikki. I feel I have built up more strength in my body through going to this yoga class and even my mind feels more organised when it comes to dealing with my day to day life. Vikki is an excellent yoga instructor and when I leave the class I always feel very relaxed...''
Anne - Glasgow
'' Yoga is fantastic way to become more flexible, definitely complimentary to any other sports and still excercise enough on it's own - it's great for the mind as well. ”
Yasmin - Glasgow
''...Strangely enough, we are most creative under conditions, which according to conventional wisdom are not appropriate for high performance brain activity:in a dreamy or half asleep state . It seems that creativity is an activity that an not be attained by a special exertion of the thinking organ, in order to solve a certain problem . Really creative ideas actually come at the very moment when we are able to use our brains without pressure and without a targeted exertion...''
Gerald Huther - The Neurobiologial conditions for the Development of curiosity and creativity
"...We welcome the fact that not only has yoga been found to help people manage their back pain, but that it is also cost effective, and results in fewer sick days..."
Alan Silman, medical director of Arthritis Research UK