Yoga is and should be accessible for everyone. Yoga is a means of gaining greater insight in to the nature of what our minds and bodies can do. We can use these skills to accomplish great physical feats or we can use these techniques far more holistically to preserve the body any mind by learning movements that release blockages and tension within that come from physical, mental and emotional stress. 

“As a well cut diamond has many facets, each reflecting a different colour of light, so does the word yoga, each reflecting a different shade of meaning, and revealing different aspects of the entire range of human endeavour to win inner peace and happiness.”

– B.K.S Iyengar


lady standing in warrior yoga pose
lady balancing in a yoga shape

My Yoga Journey

My first experience of yoga was Bikram yoga in central East London in the middle of Brittish winter 2010. The heated rooms and 26 postures was an enticing retreat from the outside cold which I was not acustomed to with my Australian upbringing in Sydney.  and lacking routine and direction I was experiencing at the time.

I tried yoga once in a gym too. My housemates and I went to a yoga class which at the time felt like a whole lot of lying on the floor doing nothing.

It wasn’t until I had moved back to Sydney…


Yoga Styles

I teach various styles of yoga including:
  • hatha flow – yoga flow for the modern body
  • calligraphy yoga – qi infused yoga flow
  • yin – stretch & compression
  • restorative – anxiety balancing/ depression lifting
  • aerial hammock yoga
lady balancing in a yoga shape

Practice yoga with me

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