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About me

My aim is for you to move more freely and feel good in your body. I will help you to discover a sense of freedom and curiosity in your practice, encouraging you to notice how you are feeling in the moment so that you can move in an intelligent way that works for YOU.




More about me

I got into yoga because my previous job caused me to feel stressed and frustrated. I felt like there was no room for creativity anymore. I was conforming to what was being asked of me, not necessarily what I thought was right or wanted to do, so whenever I got on my mat, I felt a sense of space and freedom. There was something special about connecting movement to breath.


I guess that's why my classes are light-hearted and creative and allow for students to take ownership of their practice with more focus on sensation rather than alignment - a complete contrast to how I was feeling before!


I qualified in 2016 but having found my passion and purpose I always want to learn more. This has led to further training in anatomy, creative sequencing courses and working with other advanced instructors and practitioners in and outside of yoga to develop my own personal style and teaching.


Other fields and forms of movement outside of yoga, such as Pilates, calisthenics and functional fitness, inspire my own practice and style of teaching.

As well as group classes, I enjoy working on a one-to-one basis as you can really focus on specific needs and goals. Currently, I am studying to become a personal trainer with an aim to incorporate this into my one-to-one sessions to help people enhance their yoga postures/ overall practice and reach their peak physical performance in their chosen field.


I work with both men and women mixing strength, mobility and stretching. It is important to make sure that we have the strength to go in to our flexibility and this is something I focus on not only with my students but also in my own training.


I believe that with intention, a curious approach and the powerful tool of using your breath you can start to open your body and mind to reach its full potential, helping you with all aspects of your daily life.

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