I began practising Yoga in 2001. I went from having no interest in yoga to being completely consumed by it. After practising alone and attending classes in Nottingham, I travelled to India to complete my Yoga Teacher Training in 2014.
A few years later, I studied Yin Yoga, with Sarah Lo. This sparked my obsession with finding stillness in Yoga and allowing transformation through total surrender. Yin helps you to unlock the doors within your body, so you can reunite yourself with yourself. It is such an expansive experience.
On a personal and interpersonal level, practising Yoga has allowed me to delve into myself and experience a loving connection between my mind, body, and soul. It has shown me that we create our own truth and our own reality.
Most importantly yoga has shown me both a way in and a way out, of my 'self'. The more I learn and the more I practice, the more I realise how little I know. My teaching style is compassionate, deep and light-hearted. Letting go and creating space is my focus as both a teacher and a student of the practice.