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Hello and welcome

    A little about me.

    My yoga journey started after I was signed off with stress and exhaustion from my corporate job back in 2011.


    Embracing the practice of yoga has allowed me to connect with my emotions more deeply, to be compassionate and self-accepting.


    I seek to build confidence and to empower all those who flow with me - it’s always a journey of self-discovery that awaits us.


    Yoga has humbled me as a human and to be able to manage and channel stress through my practice effectively has been game changing. It was this that made me want to give back to people the experiences I learned, for those juggling life, dealing with stress, anxiety, worry, fears and more, knowing the benefits this practice has brought me I am confident to say there is no shame in self-care and showing vulnerability - that in itself shows strength.


    I took my 200hr Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in 2019 at the Wellbeing Warehouse, Newmarket, under the wing of Paula Ahlberg, swiftly followed by training in Yin Yoga & Mindfulness.


    My attitude to yoga is if you have a body and can breathe, then you can yoga. We busting the myths of needing to be a pretzel to yoga, we work with our bodies, all of which are uniquely different, using the breath to calm the mind to ease the body to relax and open, it’s what I call the holy triangle. 


    My teaching style is focused towards mental health and improved overall wellbeing - to help activate our internal self-healing mechanisms Yoga can help balance homeostasis in the entire body. 


    We nourish and nurture the body, mind and soul and all with a giggle and a smile.


    Yoga emphasises the connection between breath, mind, and body. Tuning into the breath and focusing the mind on its quality is central to the practice. This mindful awareness of the breath helps to calm the mind, leading to a sense of inner peace and tranquility. When the mind is calm, the body follows suit, and a cascade of benefits ensues.

    Among these benefits are the reduction of anxiety and stress, the release of tension from the muscles, and even physiological changes such as lowering blood pressure. By practicing yoga in this holistic manner, you can experience not only physical improvements but also mental and emotional well-being.

    Moreover, recognising and accepting our individual limitations, such as not being able to touch our toes, is a crucial aspect of yoga philosophy. Yoga teaches us to embrace ourselves as we are, without judgment or comparison to others. Every person's journey in yoga is unique, and it's perfectly okay if certain poses or milestones are never reached.

    Ultimately, yoga is about cultivating self-awareness, inner peace, and overall well-being.


    Tel: 07894039260

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