~A LITTLE ABOUT ME~
I’m a fun loving Australian blessed to be born and bred on the beautiful Northern Beaches, near Manly in Sydney. I began my journey in movement as a child through Gymnastics and later in Dance, also practicing Pilates as adjunctive core training for my dancing. Although knowing of the similarities between Yoga and Pilates, I was 17 before trying it. This was eye opening as it had much more to offer other than the physical benefits of balance, strength and flexibility.
In 2012 I graduated from University of NSW with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Dance and Drama and a Bachelor of Education. At university I suffered with chronic illness. I kept up Yoga classes learning more about the philosophy and asanas and noticed true physical, spiritual and mental benefits. This was a turning point, learning how each of the aspects of Yoga affected my life, health and wellbeing in such a positive way. My health improved dramatically.
Graduating, I was offered a teaching position at a wonderful Secondary girls school on the Northern Beaches, Sydney. I loved it!! My passion for dance and experiences teaching confirmed I was on the right career path. I loved connecting with the girls, motivating them to achieve their best and found it so rewarding seeing them grow physically and emotionally. I was on to something!
In 2015 I began to travel. In India I completed a rigorous, inspiring 1-month teacher training course in Yoga, thriving on the guidance of our Yogic trainers. I connected with the joy they gave and received, imparting knowledge physically, mentally and spiritually.
Again the physical benefits are wonderful but there is so much more. The holisitic benefits nourish and energise me, nurturing my soul whilst keeping me grounded, connected and in tune with my body. I am positive, focused, appreciative and grateful . This is now a practice in every part of my life: on and off the mat. I love the idea of developing my knowledge, experiences and passion in all areas possible, yoga gives me this. ~I now love to share it.