I first discovered yoga in 2010 when I attended lunchtime yoga classes in the office. I loved the sense of calm and wellbeing I experienced at the end of each class.
Over the years my yoga practice became an important part of my life. To deepen my knowledge of yoga I completed the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation course, followed by a 2-year Triyoga London Teacher Training diploma (390 hours). I was very fortunate to study with Anna Ashby and Joey Miles. I am a British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance Professionals registered teacher.
I teach a dynamic slow form of yoga. I love sharing with others what I have learned and it is truly rewarding to introduce new people to yoga or to see people’s practice evolve over time. My classes invite self-exploration and encourage practice which is sustainable. I welcome students of all ages and abilities in my classes by providing alternatives and encouraging students to make personal choices.
I also remain a yoga student, continuing with my personal practice and taking part in various workshops and courses to further develop my knowledge. Some of the recent workshops include ‘Chair yoga’ with Mary Mackie, ‘Making practice inclusive’ with Dana Falsetti and 'Teaching yoga to people with disabilities' with JoAnn Lyons. I am currently taking part in a one-year 'Deconstruct to Reconstruct' programme with Alexandria Crow.
I teach hatha yoga classes in Bude, North Cornwall, and the surrounding areas.