A Bit About Myself
I am a Yoga Alliance registered instructor,
completing my first 200 hour training in 2015 and my 500 hour yoga teacher training in 2018.
Since then, I have also completed additional training in Prenatal, Postnatal, Restorative, Anatomy, Sequencing, Philosophy, Energy Bodies, Myofascial Release,
PTSD/Trauma Informed Yoga, Assisting and Yoga Nidra.
I am also certified in Reiki, level 2.
When I first started practicing yoga, as with most people, I began with the physical shapes
and spending some time with my breath. It didn't take long for me to begin to learn about
the other 7 limbs of yoga, one by one. The more I learnt, the more I wanted to know; as a
book lover, I naturally read anything I could find on the subject of yoga. However, simply knowing the theory, the philosophy, wasn't enough: yoga is called a practice because
you must simply live it to experience it.
If you can breathe, you can yoga.
A Life of Balance
About My Practice
I enjoy practicing strong sweaty yoga, slow deep yoga, and
even slower supportive yoga: I simply love all yoga. For me, yoga is
so much more that a class; it is a way of life, a foundation of
guiding principles, and one of the best ways to take care of your entire self.
My practice is found through my entire life not just when I step onto my mat.
what else you should know
1. I am not a doctor in a any way.
2. Any physical injuries, mental or emotional distress, should be discussed with an appropriately trained professional.
3. As with any physical activity, including but not limited to yoga, injury may result. Always check with your doctor before beginning any new programs.