My classes offer mindful movement, breathing practices and meditation and are delivered in a way that provides clear guidance but also allows freedom to practice in a way that works for you. I believe that yogic practices can be used as daily self care  to support our overall health and well-being and am passionate about creating sequences that support physical, spiritual and emotional well-being, honouring the ancient wisdom of yoga in a way that is appropriate for our modern lives.

Having discovered yoga as a way to support my mental well-being over 20 years ago it has since become a part of my daily life.  My first teacher training was in Hatha Yoga and I have since qualified to teach Vinyasa Flow & Yin Yoga, Heart & Bones Yoga Teacher Training (which focused on creating sustainable physical sequences) and most recently I have gained a qualification in Mental Health Aware Yoga.

When I’m not working I can often be found spending time in nature, with my dog, eating cake, dancing in the kitchen, walking in the hills or enjoying a long soak in the bath.