I have been teaching yoga since 2013 and began my personal yoga journey some years before that. When I first started teaching yoga I always imagined it would be to my Mum and a group of her friends in the living room. I am so happy that I get to do this work as my full-time job and I'm so grateful for the students that have chosen to work with me over the years in open classes and private 1:1 sessions, it is really my students that inspire me to continue growing and learning as a teacher.
In 2017 I enrolled in additional training, 500hour Yoga Therapy with The Minded Institute in London, an international leader in the field of Yoga Therapy. The therapeutic approach blends both yogic and buddhist traditions with medical knowledge, neuroscience and psychology, to support those working with various physical and mental health conditions.
I teach a style I refer to as mindful-movement, where students are guided through asana (yoga postures) but with an awareness and connection to their body, mind and breath. For me yoga is much more than making beautiful shapes on your mat.
Explorative alignment is a key feature of my classes, developing an understanding of healthy alignment in a way that gives each student the room to honour the uniqueness of their body rather than a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach. Expect heartfelt teachings rooted in yogic philosophy, asana, pranayama, meditation and Yoga Nidra / deep relaxation practises.
I hope to meet you one day on the mat.