Although I ‘dabbled’ in yoga on and off for years, it wasn’t until 2012 when, crippled by mental health difficulties, I really discovered yoga. When I (almost unwillingly) stepped onto my mat I realised that something had to change. I discovered a regular yoga practice could lead the way to health and happiness. That day was pivotal for me, and I have since devoted my time to practicing yoga and living meaningfully. Yoga was, and forever continues to be, my most significant form of self care.
My pre-yoga background was in biology and research, and spirituality was an entirely alien concept to me! Nonetheless, in 2015, after spending many years working in genetics, I completed my yoga teacher training – and started my coaching course the very next day!
Eager to learn more, I’ve since taken lots of further trainings and workshops, and am committed to ongoing learning with teachers, mentors and coaches. An eternal student, I am always on the path of learning and refining what I do. My passions within the yoga/wellness sphere are varied; from functional movement and anatomy, to energetics and connecting with intuition.
More than anything, I am grateful for everything and everyone in my life that has brought me this far. I am humbled by this incredible opportunity that allows me to teach and inspire others over this beautiful practice.
Ancient Wisdom Applied to Modern Living
I love to share my learnings and discoveries with the world. Writing is a big passion of mine, and you can find my words on Instagram and on my blog. I have lots of free videos over on my YouTube channel, where you can find a variety of online yoga classes and vlogs about whatever is inspiring me at the time.
I’m always up for connecting with people on a similar path, so please do reach out if you have any questions or want to chat.