I have always had a keen interest in Spirituality since a very young age. Meditation, Holistic Therapies, Naturopathy, Ancient Healing… it all fascinated me and still does. I only found Yoga asana in 2014. And well, it completely changed my life. It was like the piece of the missing puzzle had been found and suddenly I was whole. I found Yoga asana, or rather Yoga asana found me to help my aches and pains caused from a previous career. A friend told me about a local Yoga Studio and to get booked in. So, I did and later that day I attended my first class. Not knowing what to expect, I went into that Studio with an open mind and an open heart. It was tough, but almost instantaneously I felt the benefits. Like an internal self-massage, I felt my body heal and become nourished with strength and fluidity. Since that day I would have a regular daily Sadhana, whether it be asana or meditation and pranayama. Living my life by The 8 Limbs of Yoga. I became particularly fond of Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga as well as Aerial. Although now, I try and maintain a balance. Complementing my dynamic practices with restorative and gentle asana. Finding harmony between stillness and flight. Yin and Yang. In September 2018, I completed my 200hr Yoga Teacher Training with the amazing Sonja Appel, the most life changing experience I’ve ever faced. It’s given me this new level of determination and discipline to learn and grow and with that, be the best teacher I possibly can be to pass that knowledge onto my students, so they can in turn, learn and grow and maybe become teachers themselves. So here I am, with this gift to share Yoga. Guiding others on their path to the true higher Self and the realisation of Yoga – Unity. That we are all one. It’s an honour to be able to share Yoga with others, helping them through their journey to health and wellbeing of body, mind and soul. Thank you for sharing this journey with me and I hope that you will fall in love with Yoga, just as I did. I look forward to seeing you on the mats and sharing your practices with me. And as always, keep an open mind and an open heart. Om Shanti Shanti Shanti.