A desire for greater flexibility drew me to yoga in my early 20s. But it was after a hot yoga class I felt the magic. I left with a sense of accomplishment, calm, and energy I’d never felt before. My fascination with this ancient science of yoga took off.
I was working as an accountant and my family was experiencing some challenging times. Both made me think about my life and what I could do with it. This put me on the path of a nine week teacher training in Hawaii in 2007. And I’ve been teaching ever since. I’ve gone on to complete a 200-hour Power Living Vinyasa training, plus an additional 200 hours in India and have completed a Pilates training course. I love the combination of yoga and Pilates and its ability to balance myself and my students. I continue to be inspired by my teachers but also my students.
The practice and process of yoga has been so transformative for me. I hope to encourage my students to cultivate the same devotion, passion and trust to allow the transformation within them.
What do you value most in others? Why?
Kindness and love towards humans, animals and the environment.
What is your favourite book?
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari!
If you could share a meal and a conversation with anyone, dead or alive, who would that be?
My mum – always!
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