The more I practise and teach, the less focus I have on the actual poses. They inform my life, however my practise isn't about "doing" the poses. It's about how I feel.
As a teacher, this translates into how my students feel.
My aim is always to help each student have a greater awareness of themselves as unique and interesting. I love to laugh and keep the classes light.
Through practising and teaching laughter yoga, I have become even more aware of how fun and playfulness are essential to life, regardless of age.
Using movement, mindfulness and mirth, I encourage each person to enter their mind and see the extraordinary within. From there, it becomes natural to see it outside.