My teaching style:
My aim is for my students to feel a deeper connection to themselves and to slow down! With the emphasis of alignment and longer holds in my classes I want people to develop that connection with their own bodies, to really feel. With a more nurturing approach I draw upon the importance of not placing expectations but to remind each other that it is a practice. We are here to connect more, feel more, and most importantly love more
Each of our teachers take inspiration from their lineage of yoga and personal practice when designing their classes, so this is a little bit more about how I uniquely deliver each style of class:
Mellow Hum: A more restorative approach with focus on breathing and opening up the body. Morning classes may also involve some slow flow movements to awaken the energy.
Unified Hum: A grounding slow flow vinyasa class that involves stronger holds and emphasis on alignment with connection to the breath.
Dynamic Hum: A steady paced vinyasa flow designed to build heat and strength as well as deepening the connection with breath to movement.
For someone who comes across as an extrovert I would happily say that I am also an introvert. I love to socialise and interact with people, but at the same time I appreciate being at home by myself happily reading a book with a cup of tea or even just playing around on my yoga mat. I love being out in nature, traveling, eating great food with a glass of red surrounded by friends and family. I’m a curious person, asking questions, especially the deeper questions about life and spirituality. I feel it’s my duty here in this lifetime to teach and to serve and I have found my channel and that is through yoga.
When I find an amazing TV series and watch back to back episodes and don’t leave the house
Why I teach yoga:
I knew how yoga helped me so much off the mat that I wanted to be able to give this feeling to others. With a world that is moving faster and faster I want to remind and encourage people to slow down and to take that time to reconnect to themselves again.
“Lord, make me an instrument of thy peace. Where there is hatred, let me sow love.” – Francis of Assisi