I’m passionate about sharing movement in a constructive, intelligent and nurturing way. My practice is different every day, it almost always includes breath work, strength work, a bit of a stretch and some rest.
I taught yoga from 2009, and am lucky enough to have completed several teacher trainings internationally, mentored by wonderful individuals including John Scott, Lucy Crawford, Daniel Aaron, Matthew Sanford, Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Ana Forrest. More recently I have been inspired by the work of Michael Stone, Simon Borg Olivier and Kathryn Bruni Young, all of whom are huge inspirations to me in how I move and how I teach others to move now.
Yoga and my teachers helped me build a more compassionate and positive relationship with my self, body and those around me and I really believe that this is something accessible to everyone through a mindful movement practice.
I specialise in applying movement for therapeutic purposes, having worked with a range of conditions including: Ehlers Danlos Syndrome (a condition that I have personally), PTSD, depression, anxiety, Fibromyalgia, Muscular Dystrophy, spinal injuries and Functional Scoliosis, to name but a few.
Outside of yoga I’m an enthusiastic rock climber, walker and cold water swimmer. I love cooking, reading and learning.
Find your feet…
Explore and understand the body you have, enjoy it and treat it with the love and care it deserves.