About the teacher:
RSMT, RSME, IMBT-Dip, NARM, BMC®
Aki Omori is a true explorer of movements and living body-mind.
As a yoga teacher, having experienced many styles over 3 decades, she now mainly teaches a slow mindful vinyasa style of yoga that is informed through her knowledge of somatic practices. She encourages her students to be actively involved in enquiries so that they find their own path that is honest and true to themselves.
Aki’s classes are known for their explorative nature and are fun and light yet profound.
As well as being a yoga teacher, she is also a registered somatic movement therapist and a developmental / relational trauma therapist.
She runs workshops on embodied anatomy, developmental movement, embryology and restorative yoga and runs regular retreats, and her own training programmes for yoga teachers and therapists.
One student described her “She is poetic, yet grounded. She is experiential yet confident in the benefits of exploring different ‘ways in’ to yoga. She is fluid and inspiring…”
Another said “You are like a fairy, a magic – I feel your energy so deeply in myself when you are teaching…”
A senior yoga teacher described her teaching “Aki’s in-depth knowledge and generous spirit make her teaching a unique experience. Little gems of insight and understanding continuously arise during her sessions, which profoundly shifts awareness and perception so there comes about a real felt knowing in the body and new confidence in moving.”
Aki Omori is a registered somatic movement therapist / educator, is a Body-Mind Centering® (BMC) practitioner / teacher and holds a diploma in the Integrative Body-Work and Movement Therapy (IBMT), and a qualified practitioner of Neuro Affective Relational Model ® (NARM), which is a form of early trauma healing work designed for adult clients.