Yoga Teacher

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I completed my 250hr Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training in October 2020, covering Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa styles. In May 2021 I completed a second 200hr training with Heart & Bones Yoga, which focused on creating healthy movement patterns through our yoga asana practice.I completed my 250hr Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training in October 2020, covering Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa styles. In May 2021 I completed a second 200hr training with Heart & Bones Yoga, which focused on creating healthy movement patterns through our yoga asana practice.

My journey as a yoga student has deeply influenced my style as a yoga teacher. Never having been a particularly athletic person, it blew my mind that movement could feel good and I could be kind to myself while doing it. Initially seeking relief from back pain, a whole philosophy and lifestyle revealed itself to me that still supports me through symptoms of anxiety and depression.

And then came Ayurveda…

Yoga's sister science and India's traditional medicine system, Ayurveda prioritises maintenance of health over treatment of disease. At its heart, Ayurveda values that we are a part of nature, and it is a part of us. We are not separate. And through this understanding, we have the power to make decisions and adopt behaviours that can support our long-term health. This journey has inspired the seasonal theme of my classes.

In a world that is becoming increasingly disconnected, the tradition of yoga provides us with tools to reconnect with ourselves so we can better respond to, care for, and understand the world around us. Together, I hope we can continue to build a community that honours our planet, celebrates diversity, and spreads a little more kindness.

If you enjoy a practice that explores the dance between play and focus, ease and stability, creativity and tradition, I trust that you will enjoy my teaching style!

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