Matt first discovered yoga nearly a decade ago in his native Australia to complement other physical activity like running and swimming, but before long the practice evolved into a regular staple in his life.
Having trained in Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga with Sampoorna Yoga (200 hours), Matt continues to return to his school in India to deepen his practice and assist on training programmes. More recently, he undertook study with Norman Blair in Yin yoga (30 hours) and is currently studying his advanced teaching training (300 hours) with Jason Crandell in London.
Matt is an advocate for the accessibility of yoga as he guides his students through mindfully sequenced classes, focussing on good alignment principles and using the practice to unlock potential, both physically and emotionally.
Matt’s style of teaching emphasises an awareness of breath, mindful movement and intention. His anatomically-focussed classes offer the opportunity to awaken and renew both body and mind.
Expect a grounded approach to the practice that comes with a sense of playfulness, open-heartedness and an exploration of self through this moving meditation.
Matt continues to engage in on-going learning by attending regular workshops and trainings, with teachers that inspire him including Jason Crandell (US), Norman Blair (UK), Noah Mazé (US) and Shiva Rea (US).