Movement is Medicine
I aim to share clear insights into yoga with correct understanding of the practice and how and why we do it. I blend traditional practices with modern movement science to provide an accessible platform for inquiry based movement, meditation and breath-work.
Find your Center
There is nowhere to aim for, you are already home. Perhaps you have lost your map and you feel unsure of where to begin. The tools of yoga are this map, to help guide you back towards your center. To find your authenticity again, to to get closer to your essence, before life pulled you away and gave you labels and expectations. When we connect to and operate from this place we tend to act with more presence, kindness and empathy for ourselves those around us.
Integrate Yoga into Daily Life
This is your practice. There is no ‘must do’, dogmatic approach. Armed with knowledge and understanding of the tools available, I aim to guide you towards a practice with room for personal expression and exploration; both on and off the mat. I teach from a sound foundation of principles of movement, breath and physiology, upon which we build a practice that suits you.
Open your Heart, Open your Mind
I encourage you to flex your muscles of awareness, to investigate and explore your depths and perceived limits and see where it takes you. You might be surprised!
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Retreats & Events
Let’s meet around workshops and retreats to dive deeper into specific subjects, spend good time together and give a boost to your practice and knowledge…
A bit about me
I have always been a mover. I started dance classes at an early age and continued regular classes until my early twenties. After a year of full time training at dance school in my late teens I realised the world of professional dance, as I understood it then, was not for me.
I have also always been an observer and questioner. I went on to pursue an undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Kings College London where I spent three years contemplating the biggest, and mostly still unanswered questions of what it is to be human. Questions that still fascinate me today!