Uma brought Yoga Nidra, Womb Yoga and Pregnancy yoga into my life - and she is a fantastic force of life:
http://www.wombyoga.org Uma Dilsmore-Tuli
Her background: "I was first introduced to yoga at the age of four by my mother when we used to watch Yoga for Health on Thames TV. One of my earliest memories is of adjusting my mothers asana practice (she had an awkward hand hand position in Dhanurasana). I began meditating at nine on a pilgrimage with my maternal grandmother. Yoga and meditation have been part of my daily life ever since. As a naturally curious and enquiring yogini, I have engaged passionately and critically with a variety of quite different schools of yoga and yoga therapy, most especially Structural Yoga Therapy, Satyananda Yoga and Iyengar Yoga. "
Listen to Uma on the Yoni Power Summit that was launched this spring, to empower and inspire women. Uma talked about Yoni Shakti - yoga and being a mother, teacher, student and a woman :-)