My passion for yoga began when I fell in love with it over fifteen years ago after taking an Ashtanga class in my hometown of Manchester. I was inspired by a teacher called Andrea Everingham, whose honest passion for the yogi life and contagious joyful spirit encapsulated me.
Once I established my strength on the yoga mat, with the help and inspiration of my teachers, my body and mind changed, I became more focused and I can honestly say that I have lived and died on my yoga mat. I have cried, realised how I needed to change, known what I needed to apologise for, how to forgive and learnt to be proud of myself.
I wanted to give people the opportunity to create positive change like I had so my next step was to embark on a 200-hr teacher training diploma with Yoga Campus. This study has allowed me to deepen my own practice and knowledge of yoga and how to pass this on to others with an internationally recognised accreditation with the Independent Yoga Network.
I’m continually inspired by yoga’s transformative power—both internally and externally, and find it to be a source of love and strength. I strive to bring a sense of fun, freedom and kindness to all my classes, and hope to impart yogic wisdom along the way. My classes are vinyasa-based (linking breath with movement) with strong emphasis on alignment and from time to time I throw in elements from other types of yoga I have studied.
“Always believe that something wonderful is going to happen”
Then it will.