I turned to yoga after suffering for years with insomia. After my lack of seep was starting to have a detrimental effect on my mind and body I started to experiment with different forms of yoga and the results were more profound than I ever could have hoped for.
It didn't take me long to realise that yoga was the path for me both professionally and personally. As I spiritually started to grow, my journey led me to Bali where I decided to deepen my practice, learn about the roots of yoga and yoga philosophy and embarked on my teacher training with Tribe Yoga. I continued to teach in Bali and then made the move back to London where I continue to grow and teach.
My classes challenge and encourage students to reconnect with their bodies through mindful moving meditation
and creative flows, allowing them to become aware of their breath and their movement ( connecting the physical with the emotional.)
I encourage students to find strength yet maintain the softness within and to become conscious of the relationship between their bodies and minds, whilst gently incorporating a little spirituality into their daily lives. I also try to incorporate pranayama and meditation into my classes as I believe that this is just as important as asana within your yoga practice.