Amy began her yoga journey at the tender age of sixteen, when she enrolled on a yoga course with her Mother. This seed of ‘yoga’ grew to fruition whilst she was living in Thailand and she began to practice Hatha yoga daily. As her practice grew, she found an inner peace and self-confidence that she felt compelled to share.
Working as a primary school teacher is when she first began to share her yogic teachings. Through her fun and dynamic kid's yoga classes which are a combination of storytelling, asana, pranayama and mindfulness, she tries to instill a love of learning. She believes every child is unique and tries to create a safe and harmonious environment for children to share and learn together.
Amy eventually, immersed herself, totally, into the ancient practice of yoga. Completing 500 hrs yoga training in India with Guru Mahi. There she found a new depth and desire to share her knowledge. She now combines her teaching skills with her yogic knowledge to teach both children and adults. Her interests lie in the meditative qualities of movement and yoga’s innate ability to heal and renew both the mind and the body. She aims to have her students leave her classes feeling centered and at peace as well as equipped with the confidence to empower their lives.
Amy teaches internationally; dividing her time between India and Thailand where she teaches asana, the tools of teaching anatomy and meditation at ‘Mahi Power Yoga Centers’ and runs 'Sadguruyoga' Teacher training School.
When in the United Kingdom she teaches hot Vinyasa yoga at the renowned British franchise ‘Hotpod Yoga West Wales’ as well as running her own Hath flow, Ashtanga and private Therapeutic Yoga sessions.