Once discovering yoga at a London health club in 1999, I quickly realised it's value as a fundamental tool for wellbeing in my role as airline crew. I felt so inspired, that after couple of years of regular practise with local teachers, I travelled to India to complete the Sivananda Teacher Training in 2002.
Over the years yoga accompanied me where ever my flying duties took me. I found numerous great teachers and opportunities to explore different disciplines of yoga around the world. The gentle Scaravelli approach became my preferred style of practice and in 2010 I completed Gary Carter’s Anatomy for Yoga Teachers Course, which gave me further insight into body’s intrigate connections. In the UK I have also had the privilige to study with Simon Low.
After leaving the airline, giving birth to twin boys and moving abroad for three years, I am happy to be back in Hove and blessed to have space for teaching at home. I wish to share the sense of lightness and calm that yoga practice offers. I aspire to be a warm and approachable instructor, paying attention to my students individual needs and development, with a careful eye on aligment and safety in postures.