It was almost by accident that I went along to my local yoga class and I have never looked back. Thanks to an inspiring teacher who patiently guided me through the poses and encouraged my haphazard attempts to ground, engage, lengthen and breath! Yoga became part of me and it gave me the courage and self belief to explore further. Yoga teacher training was intense, hard work, at times frustrating and confusing. There was so much to learn and as I discovered the learning never ends. There are so many dimensions to yoga, this ancient discipline has modern interpretations with new techniques and practices constantly emerging.
People often ask , “so what sort yoga do you teach?”
I find this this hard to answer, because my yoga is evolving all the time. I like to hold and develop into poses taking several breaths as equally as I need to flow from pose to pose taking just one breath. Most importantly I need to practice with awareness connecting mind and body.
There are so many amazing yogis that help me shape and grow my practice and teaching style from the internationally renowned yoga rock stars to the wonderful students I see weekly on the mat. They all influence and inspire me to teach, learn, evolve and share.
Yes, yoga is about developing and finding balance, flexibility, strength, calm, tranquillity, living a healthy life but most of all it is about enjoyment, positivity, fulfilment and happiness.
Choose to smile rather than touch your toes!
Foundation Level Teacher Training Course 300 hr program and qualified to teach Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow and Yoga Rhythm.
Children's Yoga with the Yoga Bananas® Technique.
Teen Yoga CPD Course at Triyoga.
Registered Yoga Teacher RYT200 with Yoga Alliance International.
ITEC Diploma in Anatomy & Physiology Level 3
Disclosure and Barring Service DBS Certificate
Emergency First aid Course
Safeguarding Children Level 1
ITEC Diploma in Indian Head Massage Level 3
London School of Massage On-site Chair Massage
""Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love"" - Mother Teresa