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I am a Wirral-based yoga teacher originally from London. Over the years I have completed 500 hours of training in London, Rishikesh and Amsterdam in vinyasa, pre and postnatal yoga, yin, ashtanga and hatha. You can expect a dynamic, flowing, sometimes demanding, but mostly playful practice in my classes, always with an emphasis on breath. 

When you practice with me, I don't notice if you're the most strong or the most flexible. What I do notice is if you're breathing deeply, if your jaw is unclenched and whether you're listening to your body.

I have trained in both the UK and India, so whilst I know some Sanskrit and sometimes refer back to The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, you'll equally hear me mixing up my left and rights and demonstrating dancer's pose with a wobble. Nobody's perfect so come and join me on the mat where we can practice being perfectly imperfect together. 

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I didn’t know what to expect when I first started training to be a yoga teacher. At best, I hoped the training would allow me something I could utilise if I ever moved away from London.

My mum is a yoga teacher so whether I liked it or not (and I didn't to begin with) yoga has always been a part of my life. And so I thought I knew yoga. I never expected the process of training to become a yoga teacher; practising asana, meditation and self-inquiry, to have changed this much for me.

The shift I’ve experienced as a result of deep diving into yoga and all it entails has felt tectonic. I've felt myself change to become version of who me who I always dreamed of being. I have learnt to be more present, thus helping my relationships and I’ve discovered how powerful pranayama is, helping me to bridge the link between my mind and body.

Through yoga, I’ve learnt what dedication really means and relearnt how to be adventurous. Every time I get on my mat, I’m practising adventure and discovering what’s possible. 

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