Although yoga was present in my life even as a child, I discovered its real physical and psychological benefits whilst recovering from a car accident sixteen years ago. I started practising in earnest and it rapidly became an integral part of my life.
I have trained with a range of teachers and this is reflected in my teaching, which embraces a holistic approach to yoga. Having had several frustrating injuries myself, I encourage people to challenge themselves whilst still honouring their bodies.
I enjoy using a range of yogic tools in my classes to create a warm, safe and personal atmosphere, which is inclusive of all levels of ability and experience, whilst delivering flowing, challenging and uplifting sessions.
I have a holistic approach to body, mind and spirit and include yoga philosophy in my lessons to accompany both physical and mental transformation.
I started teaching in 2013 after graduating from The Devon School of Yoga and went on to study yoga therapy there where I specialised in Yoga for anxiety, stress and depression. The magic of Yoga and its ability to transform us never cease to amaze me.
“Yoga is not an ancient myth buried in oblivion. It is the most valuable inheritance of the present. It is the essential need of today and the culture of tomorrow.”
Swami Satyananda Saraswati.