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’m inspired by so many great teachers around me, and whilst I humbly accept that there is more to yoga than I can uncover in this lifetime, I'm going to try and learn as much as I can, from as many as I can. I'm very fortunate to have completed my Yoga Teacher Training with the amazing Claire Missingham and I’m currently training to teach children’s yoga. 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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