Welcome to my website… Maybe you have an interest in yoga or just having a gander. Either way, great!

To understand a bit more about who I am, in 3 words I’d describe myself as adventurous, curious & entrepreneurial.

I am a London based yoga teacher, trained in Vinyasa Flow & Ashtanga. I also work in the world of personal development (working for a company which uses Olympic success strategies to help businesses achieve their goals). My yoga classes combine personal development themes to bring a new edge of developing our minds whilst practising poses …

For years, I was a competitive athlete: playing hockey at county level and netball at club level. When I left Uni to take on my first corporate job I began running & swimming  to keep somewhat ‘fit’ whilst trying to figure out what I wanted from my career.

I discovered yoga as a means to alleviate injuries, improve my flexibility and reduce anxiety. All 3 of these areas have completely transformed for me as well as many other benefits; meeting amazing people, improving my strength and opening my mind up to new possibilities in life.

Travelling the world through 2014-2017 meant I was (almost) permanently out of my comfort zone. I have always been happy to put myself ‘out there’ and therefore I was forever trying new exercise classes as a way to get fitter, meet likeminded people and learn new languages. Yoga-ing through South America was a great way to learn Spanish whilst practicing yoga and meeting locals. I’ve also been to yoga classes in Hebrew and French, no idea what was being said but still had fun 🙂

In 2016 I travelled to India to study a 200 hour Ashtanga & Vinyasa Teacher Training course at Kranti Yoga School on Goa, which I highly, highly recommend!

Since my training, yoga has become an upmost priority in my life. I feel I’m forever learning so much, developing my skills and hopefully, becoming a better person as well as a better teacher every class I teach.

If you have any questions please do get in touch. Find my details on the ‘Contact’ tab – I’d love to hear from you!