Yoga transformed my passion for life.
I was firstly drawn to the rhythmic movement of the asanas (poses), seeking something that would help me escape a stressful corporate life and alleviate anxiety.
Coming to my mat over and over, I found the grace in connecting this movement with breath and a personal transformative practice that helped me create greater connection and presence.
Seeking greater understanding and an extension of my practice off the mat, I completed my first 280-hour teacher training with Nicole Walsh and followed this with an additional 100 hours Intermediate training in Living Yoga, Alignment and Assisting.
Alongside training with a number of International Yoga teachers (Tara Judelle, Simon Park, Ana Forrest, Les Leventhal, Bryan Kest), my interest in Teens and Womens health has led me to train in Prenatal, Postnatal and Mums & Bubs Yoga with Ana Davis (Bliss Baby Byron Bay), Yoga for Teens with Eating Disorders with Nikola Ellis (Adore Yoga) and Food and Nutrition Coaching (Nature Care College).
I now share my passion for using Yoga to support and empower women of all ages, to develop nourishing practices that promote self-care.
I am also an Embody Love Movement trained facilitator leading workshops that inspire and empower girls and women to embrace their inner beauty, and practice kindness towards themselves and others.
By fully embodying a Yoga life, I meet the constant unravelling these practices provide with self inquiry, open exploration, kindness and compassion, bringing a down to earth, authentic approach to my teaching.
I currently volunteer for A Sound Life charity teaching Yoga as part of the Teens with Eating Disorders program at Westmead Hospital and teach Yin, Vinyasa, Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga classes in Sydney.