I describe myself as a mover, thinker, helper. After a career as a professional dancer I returned to academia to undertake a bachelors in the social sciences. At university I embraced yoga, and upon graduating I decided to do what I can to help make the world a better place by teaching and spreading the work of yoga.
I found my way to yoga when seeking ways to heal physically from dance injuries, and psycho-emotionally from PTSD. My practice became a place of refuge, and I haven’t looked back since!
I teach in an informative and non-dogmatic style, and aim to help students connect more deeply to their bodies so that they can move better, breathe deeper, and think wiser.
I see my job as facilitating empowerment through process work. In this, people start to understand more about themselves, their habitual responses and reactions. Ultimately I hope to create a space where people feel that they can remove their layers of protection, discover who they are beneath, and live life more authentically.