I began practicing yoga in my early teens alongside my dance training. As an ex-dancer and performer, yoga allows me to reconnect to the beauty of movement and creativity with our bodies.
Yoga played a huge part of my rehab following a knee reconstruction. From then, I fell completely in love, yoga saved me from some dark places with my mental health. Yoga showed me what my mind and body can achieve after a long time of feeling that my body had given up on me.
I completed my 200hr training with The Yoga People in 2019. This course was such an amazing journey and I am beyond grateful to my teachers, mentors and fellow students for guiding me and allowing me to find myself throughout this process. My training focussed on a range of styles including Ashtanga, Rocket and Vinyasa, finding discipline, energy, grounding, balance and freedom of movement.
I also have 50hrs in Yin Anatomy Applied to Vinyasa, looking at Yin yoga and the science behind the anatomy and how this can be applied to yoga everyday. This training provided an insight into how everyone’s bodies are so vastly different and how this will impact their practice. Removing unnecessary alignment cues from teaching to make yoga accessible and functional for all.
I want yoga to be about you as an individual again rather than the calmer alternative to a spin class! Providing an accessible, dynamic and energising yoga community across London and hopefully beyond!
My mission and passion as a yoga teacher is to share the power of yoga with others. As someone who has recovered from many physical injuries and battles with my mental health, I want to support my students in overcoming their challenges and thrive as positive and strong individuals.