Are you someone who finds it difficult to talk to yourself with kindness? Do you struggle with self-criticism, unconditional self-acceptance or feel guilty for having normal human emotions and reactions?

Maybe at this point, you find it hard to believe that you actually don't need to do anything in order to be worthy. You feel you need to prove yourself constantly, and achieve as much you can in order for others to validate you, because you find it hard to validate yourself.

Perhaps at times, your experiences of yoga have actually left you feeling worse about yourself. Have you ever found yourself saying things like:

   "It's awful that I don't make time to do this more often"
   "I wish I was as flexible as the others in the class"
   "Why am I not even fit enough to get through a yoga class?"

Strange right? Isn't yoga meant to make you feel good?

Well, the good news is, you're in the right place.

Yoga doesn't have to be this way. You’re perfect as you are.

I used to struggle with self-acceptance, especially unconditional self-acceptance. The inner critic in my head loved telling me I wasn't achieving enough, giving enough, doing enough - even being enough. It would criticise me for me for the way I ate, exercised, interacted with others, dressed - and more. It wanted me to be a really artificial form of “perfection”; one rooted in a moralistic view of well-being.  

Yoga really accelerated my journey towards self-acceptance. My whole life began to change. I shifted from criticising myself to wholly accepting myself as I am. That meant accepting the things I found difficult about myself.

I'm passionate about guiding others on their own journey. A journey back to self-love and self-acceptance, returning back to and reconnecting with who you really are. My passion is to help you understand how to accept yourself in the most supportive and loving way.

That's why my classes are centred on self-acceptance. There's no talk around pushing yourself to become more flexible or stronger. Classes are paced with pauses to reflect and catch a breath. Resting and taking variations are encouraged. With themes, poetry, music, meditations and self-reflection to help you come out of your head and into your heart, my classes help you to access a more compassionate way of being.

Embracing yoga for self-care and for self-love.

When you learn that you don't have to categorise yourself as good or bad, you start to feel safe, grounded, less anxious and more confident in who you are as a person. You return to yourself; to you true self, beneath all the layers.

Sound good? I'd love to share practices and self-care tips with you to start you on this journey. 

maddy-rose robinson

Yoga is an invitation to look inward & meet yourself as you are, to recognise that you are & always have been enough.



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Join a community of yogis on a journey of self-acceptance. Free resources, tips, practices & uplifting space to share. Be part of the community & get the support you need.

maddy-rose robinson
unconditional self acceptance
As a yoga teacher, mentor and trainee psychotherapist, I am passionate about supporting people to access physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.    

I help people to integrate wellness practices into their daily lives, based on psychology, neuroscience and yoga philosophy. So that they can release stress, create balance and reconnect back to themselves.    

As a yoga teacher, I support my students to move away from a performance-based mentality, towards a place of sincerity and authenticity.

By guiding them towards an exploration of how movement feels in their own body in the present moment, I help them explore an understanding that there is no need to “improve”; that they are and always have been perfect.    

As I continue to grow as a teacher, more of my offerings include much more than yoga poses. I hold space for students to learn and self-reflect through breathwork, journalling, sharing and meditating.  

I equip people with the tools they need to achieve a more balanced and fulfilling life, holding space for them whilst offering gentle guidance towards deep emotional work and transformation.