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My name’s Jo😊. It’s frikking fabulous to have you here! I’m on a mission to become the healthiest happiest most whole human being I can be. I use Yoga and other empowering practices to reprogram my mind, recondition my body and reconnect with what matters. My aim is to share everything I learn along the journey with you, by making this site a one-stop-inspiration-station for uplifting content to get you moving, breathing, and believing!
Here we take the pretence out of the practice by showing people that falling over is as important as holding a pose and that Yoga is about practice, not perfection! Let's work towards getting to know ourselves better, learning to love our wobbly bits, and challenging ourselves to see that we are far more capable than we think!
It's all about finding joy in the journey!
Things I offer
Join a group of kindred souls for a 60-minute journey of breathing, moving, and meditating to calm our busy minds and rejuvenate our tired bodies. Classes are held outside in a playful environment and are suitable for everyone, from absolute beginners to the pretzel people😊.
Thursday evenings @ 17h30
Sunday mornings @ 08h30
If you feel you would benefit from my individual and undivided attention, then it would be my honour to custom design classes that are perfectly suited to your needs and desired outcomes. Private classes are recommended if you have special needs or certain medical conditions. Classes can either be held online or in the YogaHappy Studio garden.
Please find a growing collection of lovingly created free content to get you moving, meditating, breathing, and believing!
Group Class Schedule
72 Springbok Road
The studio is located in Rispark, Johannesburg South. It is across the road from Cross-over Remedial School; and a 5 minute drive from Waterstone College and Mall of the South.
What people say
"I feel really great this morning! Your sessions have helped me in so many ways, I can't even tell you. Thank you so much Jo."
— Elaine A
I am learning every day
to allow the space between
where I am
and where I want to be
to inspire me
and not terrify me."
— Tracee Ellis Ross