I am very passionate about how challenges presented through yoga offer such great potential for personal growth and inner peace. Asana practice is a key aspect of this offering, as it is usually what attracts individuals to yoga, but the exploration of yamas, niyamas, pranayama and meditation expand the practice and potential benefits way beyond simply being able to 'do' asana.I am keen to share the valuable knowledge I have gained from others and through my own practice about the importance of careful preparation, building strength, understanding the body and its motivations, being patient and to practice, practice, practice with full awareness. Most importantly, to share the journey of finding a way to accept where you are and learn whatever lessons can be learned through being present to help you progress on your life path. To realise everything is perfect as it is.I have a desire to connect with participants I guide in individual sessions, classes and workshops through this non-judgemental attitude, offering warmth and being genuine; remembering we are all one and we are as perfectly imperfect as each other. I have a sound knowledge and experience of anatomy and the limbs of yoga through training and self practice, but for me it's the ability to connect and share the practice that inspires me the most.