My teaching Style
Empowering people to move with their breath, safely and with a sense of enjoyment, is my primary goal as a teacher. Expect creative, flowing sequences with an emphasis on healthy alignment and supportive breath. I have the utmost respect for asana, pranayama and meditation practices, but I also love bringing in a sense of lightness and play into my classes: I’ve never met a yoga pun I didn’t like.
I’m Californian by birth, a New Yorker by experience and a proud Australian by marriage. I studied drama and classical voice at New York University and had the great fortune to perform on Broadway, the Sydney Opera House and Melbourne’s own State Theatre. I am obsessed with creativity: design, cooking, performance, film, craft, visual and literary arts.
Person who most inspires you?
Might be a tad corny, but I am inspired by anyone who shows up for their first yoga class.
Favorite yoga posture/asana?
Eka Pada Rajakapotasana, aka Pigeon. Love a bit of pige.
Past working experience before becoming a yoga teacher?
Actress, singer, retired Disney Princess. True story.