Immersed in the practice of Hatha and Yin Yoga, I have become more and more aware of how all-consuming our fast-paced world has become.
After working in various fields, I have come to rely on the practice of yoga as a way of calming the mind and de-toxing from the stressors of life. Yoga with its emphasis on conscious movement, integrating breath and meditation, has become a refuge from the ‘Hectic Everyday’.
After completing my 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training, I have been able to combine a decade long love for the practice of Yoga with a newfound knowledge on the philosophy and history of this ancient spiritual Practice. Sharing this deeper side of Yoga with others is an integral part of my teaching practice.
With a focus on the benefit of yoga for improved mental health and an interest in the restorative, therapeutic aspects of the practice, I have worked with people of all ages from children to older members of the community, helping to make Yoga accessible for all.
rom the wise words of Thich Nhat Hanh… “Feelings come and go like clouds. Conscious breathing is my Anchor.”