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About Me

My mission is to help people discover the benefits of yoga and improve their physical and mental well-being. I believe that yoga is for everyone, and I strive to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for students to practise yoga.

Why I got into yoga

My movement practice began when I was introduced to ballet at age 7. I went on to train in many styles of dance, before discovering the holistic benefits of yoga that captured my spirit. Taking time for myself, to show my mind and body some gratitude, completely transformed my life.


After a mental health crisis left me feeling completely at a loss, I turned to yoga in an attempt to bring some structure and clarity back into my life. Along with the medical care I received, yoga became an integral part of my recovery and remains a vital practice for me, both on and off the mat.

The guidance it provides for physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing had huge value - and discovering this ultimately led me to train as a teacher.


What I can offer you

My goal is to provide a nourishing and safe space for yogis to be completely present in the moment. The physical body is one element of yoga - but cultivating the environment of smell, sound and sensation to enrich the experience for the mind and soul is equally important to my practice. 

My classes honour the origins of yoga, incorporating pranayama (breathing), asanas (physical poses) and more to create a holistic practice to benefit students. Class is a judgement-free space - I aim to empower students to practise to where they're comfortable and take whatever it is they need from my offerings. Unwind, take a moment for yourself and flow with me!

Where to start with yoga

So you want to get into yoga - where to start? There are so many strands and aspects to yoga that it can be daunting to figure out where to dive in. Firstly, perhaps consider your goals. Many of us discovered yoga from its physical aspect, but there is so much more to this beautiful practice, spanning from philosophy to the study of ancient texts. 

Maybe seek out all-level or beginner classes. Check out online blogs and videos. Get in touch with a teacher! I love to connect with new and experienced yogis alike. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with any questions.

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My training

I was awarded my 200 Hour Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Teacher qualification from Spirit Sadhana, Barcelona, where I studied under the wonderful tutelage of Adeline Boissard and Johanna McElfresh.

I am certified with Yoga Alliance.

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