My primary style of teaching is Vinyasa Flow, a dynamic and engaging style of yoga that links movement to breath in flowing sequences. 

I invite students to focus on themselves, encouraging them on a journey to find a practice that suits their individuality and truly serves them. My aim is to create a space in which students can connect with their true potential, and that everyone leaves class feeling great! 

My first brush with yoga was as a child, when I stumbled across my mum’s ‘70s yoga book filled with shiny leotards and strange-looking poses. I was fascinated... but like the '70s fashions it featured, it got tucked away and forgotten, until my 20s when I wanted to improve my fitness. I turned to yoga primarily because I thought it would be easier than going to the gym! I was totally unprepared for how transforming yoga could be. Now, yoga is a lifestyle and discipline for me – meaning that when I’m not teaching, I can usually be found reading, researching and learning about yoga, or on the mat – deepening my own practice with a variety of yoga styles and teachers. I’m also a freelance writer and want to communicate my passion for yoga in an accessible way, keeping my teaching relevant, fresh and thoughtful. 

I have a host of exciting workshops, classes and events in the pipeline that I cannot wait to share. Please click here to find out more. 

 

Qualifications:

200hr Registered Yoga Teacher, trained with Claire Missingham

Yoga Alliance UK accredited

Registered Children’s Yoga Teacher 

BA Hons First Class 

Qualified teacher status 

 

 

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