Whatever time you dedicate to your yoga practice, no matter how small will help you live more fully and freely. Even if you stop practicing, the positive changes you made will continue to benefit you; and should you decide to, you can continue where you left off. Yoga will always be there to support you when you need it.
The reality is this is what yoga does for you, even in small amounts.
My yoga story started like many, at a gym yoga class when I was 21. This lead me via a round the world trip to practicing with Hamish Hendry at Astanga Yoga London (AYL) in 2007, and to Mysore to study at the source of Ashtanga, KPJAYI in 2010. I received Sharath’s blessing to teach in 2013. I still practice with Hamish every day and have been, assisting him, and later teaching classes at AYL since 2011. I’ve also been lucky enough to have assisted Sharath on three trips to Mysore and am now an Authorized Level 2 teacher.
In February 2015, I completed a Yoga Therapy Diploma with Yoga Campus. The course deepened my understanding of yoga as a therapeutic tool and has given me greater insight into working with students with specific health concerns or injuries.
I run the evening Mysore classes at Astanga Yoga London with Tom Norrington Davies and the free Thursday Community Class. I also teach the weekend Mysore at Triyoga Chelsea; as well as private and corporate classes. Recently I completed the iRest Level 1 Yoga Nidra training and now teach Yoga Nidra during my retreats and on a one to one basis..
I’m passionate about sharing yoga with those who wouldn’t ordinarily practice and believe yoga should be accessible to everyone regardless of age, background, financial means, or ability. My teaching is traditional, honouring the roots of yoga whilst at the same time being light hearted. I feel it’s important create a supportive environment for students to explore their practice and to build a sense of community within the class.
With love and gratitude to all my teachers x