“I found that Hayley’s gentle awareness allowed me to explore subtle aspects of my relationship to my body at a pace that felt comfortable and safe. Whilst working with Hayley, and since, my relationship to my physical self has changed significantly and I have become more at home within myself.” C.I. (Client)
“ Working with Hayley helped me to move from my heart. It helped me to learn to listen to my body and be witnessed in a safe space.Hayley creates a nurturing space and holds it with skill and care as she facilitates and helps participants to tap into the intuitive knowing and movement in their bodies. I would recommend working with Hayley to anyone who would like to learn to move more intuitively.”
“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars.” Khalil Gibran
“I felt seen and honoured as a human and woman being. I found the rhythm very supportive for my being. I felt Hayley’s support and care in each practice. It was grounded, gentle, supportive and truthful. I felt met, seen and heard.”
P.G. Diploma in Dance and Somatic Wellbeing (with distinction).
Authentic Movement & Therapeutic Presence levels 1 & 2.
IBMT Infant Development Movement Patterns
Qualified and experienced yoga therapist, specialising in Yoga Therapy for mental health and wellbeing, as well as for women’s health.
I hold a trauma sensitive space and have attended CPD trainings in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Gestalt, Hakomi and Process Work.
Please visit here for further information on my trainings and CPD.
Accessibility: My one-to-one therapeutic practice is currently based from MoveForward studio in central Totnes. The studio is opposite St. Mary’s church and there is a flight of stairs upon entering the building. Due to my current capacity and availability of studio spaces in Totnes, this is where I base my practice for now. I would like to acknowledge that this venue may not be accessible for everyone and my intention is, as space opens up more in my own life with regards to mothering, to seek out alternate, more accessible venues to include in my practice. Please bear with me and thank you for your patience.