My Classes

I teach weekly Hatha yoga and Yin yoga classes, and also lead Yoga Kula’s Begin course. You can practice them in the studio or via Kula’s live-stream.

My classes focus on exploring what’s best for you, right here and now, and I’m a big fan of using yoga props and modifications to help with poses. My yoga training has had a strong anatomical focus, meaning I have a sound knowledge of how to practice safely within your own body’s limits. You can expect a relaxed, slower paced class that reminds you of the important fundamentals of yoga, both physical and philosophical.

I’m also a key part of Yoga Kula’s Teacher Training Course: I teach the Yin yoga module; deliver a tutorial on teaching beginners; am a member of the academic board; and mentor a group of trainees.

 

My Yoga Journey

I have been practising yoga since 2008, when I joined an Ashtanga class to increase my strength and flexibility. Since then, I’ve developed a deep love of yin yoga, which helps me find stillness and sanity in an increasingly hectic and confusing world.

Like most people, I don’t have time to practise the physical poses every day, so I look for ways to incorporate yoga into my daily life – whether it’s a quick ‘ragdoll’ pose whilst waiting for my food to cook, a simple breath exercise whist sat in traffic, or a daily reminder to be kind to myself and others, I try to make yoga a part of my day-to-day routine!

My Credentials

I trained with Simon Low’s Yoga Academy, where I qualified as a 200-hour registered yoga teacher in 2013. I have been teaching at Yoga Kula ever since. I’ve also trained with Donna Farhi, Julie Gudmestad and Paul and Suzee Grilley. I’ve completed level 1 of Martha Peterson’s Somatic Exercise Coach Training; have undertaken 60 hours intensive yin yoga training with Normal Blair; plus I’ve studied on Yogacampus’ in-depth ‘Yoga for Stress and Burnout’ course.

I’m accredited by both Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance Professionals.