Yoga encompasses my lifelong interests and beliefs. I have practiced Yoga for over 12 years. Like many people, what originally attracted me was the physical benefits. Over the years my relationship to Yoga has changed, and I now experience it as a vehicle through which I can dedicate myself to endless self-discovery and growth. Journeying through a Yoga practice of movement, breathing and meditation is a way to learn more about our relationship to ourselves; to enable reflection, self-acceptance and ultimately find a sense of inner harmony.
I have nearly 600hrs of Yoga and Meditation training in different Yogic disciplines, and have crafted a unique teaching style that is influenced by them all. In the U.K, I have completed 200hrs of training in traditional Vinyasa and Hatha styles, such as Power Yoga, and a 50hr certificate in Embodied Vinyasa - both with Sacred Alchemy Yoga.
In the U.S.A, I have trained at Kripalu, one of the leading Yoga schools in the country. Here I completed 200hrs training in the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda, the sister science of Yoga, which was incredibly transformative and has infused my daily life. At Kripalu I also completed 75hrs of training in Guiding Meditation and Meditative Yoga classes, for all abilities.
Whilst living in the U.S.A I taught Trauma-informed yoga for the charity Hands and Heart Center, teaching vulnerable adults and children in homeless centres, addiction treatment centres and underprivileged schools in the Boston area.
I enjoy having a broad range of teaching styles to call upon. Whether its the dynamic, strength building benefits that come with Power Yoga; the Sattva boosting benefits from an Ayurvedic inspired Yoga class; the calming, non-judgemental awareness cultivated in a Kripalu Yoga class; or harnessing a more personal connection to our bodies' intelligence through Embodied practices; my underlying intention is to empower students to celebrate and connect with their inner wisdom - that deep well of harmony and joy that exists within each and every one of us.
Wednesdays 19:45 - 20:45
Release tension and build strength in this dynamic class. We will focus on using flowing movements that open the body in a gradual way, as well as building stamina and stability. As we awaken the entire body you will be encouraged to work with your own anatomy and adjust movements for your own comfort.
Beginning with gentle warm ups, we will work through vinyasa variations, balancing postures and flowing movements. To balance out this invigorating energy, we will wind down with restorative poses and deep relaxation for a wholly nourishing experience.
A mixed level class where modifications and blocks are used throughout, so you can tailor it to your own level.
Suitable for all
Good for improving mobility, strength, focus
Sunday Recharge & Reset
Sundays 10:00 - 11:00
Rejuvenate yourself with this moderately paced class, designed to help your body let go of the week that’s been, and re-set for the week ahead.
We will move in a nourishing and supportive way, working on creating space in the body and mind to melt away tension from the week. We will focus on opening and resetting areas that commonly bring us discomfort - such as the spine, hips and shoulders.
Prioritise your wellbeing with this grounding class that will warm your heart and nourish your spirit.
Suitable for all
Good for cultivating peace, contentment, rejuvination