Uma Dinsmore-Tuli has lovely inspiring energies and will have everybody smiling the moment she walks into the room.
She is passionate about yoga nidra and about yoga and gets this across in her teaching by inspiring others to follow the path of yoga.
Uma met yoga in 1969, at the age of four, and fell in love. She’s been practicing ever since, and teaching yoga since 1994.
A yoga therapist with special expertise in yoga therapy for women’s health, Uma is a mother of three, and has written four books on yoga for women, including the massive Yoni Shakti, and two books on Yoga Nidra, including Yoga Nidra Made Easy (Hay House 2022) and Nidra Shakti, An Illustrated Encyclopaedia of Yoga Nidra.
Uma works internationally, sharing yoga retreats, trainings and empowerments that support the natural arising of prana shakti: the power of life.
She trains specialist teachers in Total Yoga Nidra and Yoni Shakti Well Woman Yoga Therapy for menstrual and menopausal health, pregnancy, birth, and postnatal recovery.
Uma is certified as a Yoga Therapist by the International Association of Yoga Therapy.
Her diplomas in Yoga Therapy are from the Yoga Biomedical Trust, and the late Mukunda Stiles (Structural and Ayervedic Yoga Therapy).
Her initial yoga studies were with Iyengar and Satyananda yoga teachers.
Uma’s continuing inspiration is the ‘Feminine Unfolding’ asana practice shared by Angela Farmer.
She is co-founder of the Yoga Nidra Network and has developed Total Yoga Nidra, Wild Nidra, Yoni Nidra and Nidra Shakti: radical creative and intuitive approaches to sharing yoga nidra.
In 2005, Uma co-created the annual Santosa Living Yoga and Bhakti Camp.
Uma’s passion as a writer and as a teacher is to transmit clarity of awareness, creativity and profound vitality.
She identifies these teachings as “post-lineage” yoga, rooted in yoga tantra and drawing on a variety of yogic traditions to share deeply nourishing and enlivening practices appropriate for contemporary life.
Her practice and teaching respects the cyclical powers of the living earth, and honours human life cycles as spiritual initiations (including menarche, conscious menstruation, menopause, birth and postnatal recovery).
Uma welcomes all people who are interested in yoga to her retreat.
You do not have to be a yoga teacher to take part.
This week promises to be a lovely rejuvinating week with daily guided outings, the usual famous Burren Yoga vegetarian food all shared within a small group of like-minded people.