I have been practising yoga since 2006. I started with Ashtanga, then Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Yoga, and practised them extensively. In 2015 I decided to make yoga my life and career and joined the British Wheel of Yoga in their 500 hour Yoga Teaching Diploma at Yoga Junction with Tara Fraser and Tarik Dervish. I have been at the same time practising and exploring other types of yoga such as Hot Yoga and Iyengar Yoga as well as immersing myself in the philosophical side of yoga. In the past I studied dance for many years, and I hold a Master Degree in Development Studies from Kings’ College London.
In 2021 I also completed with distinction the MA Traditions of Yoga and Meditation at SOAS University. I have deepen my understanding of Yoga and Meditation and I believe I have open new paths of teaching and work.
As well as understanding, I fully respect the origin and development of yoga practices, and I am proud to promote yoga in support of wellbeing. I emphasise breath as an anchor to fix the mind and promote other concentration techniques throughout my vinyasa-based classes and enjoy infusing dynamic yoga practice with elements of yogic philosophy and history.
My own personal style is naturally dynamic, but I adjust to my students needs and capabilities. I particularly understand those that have lower back pain issues and hyper-mobility, having suffered from them for many years. I have managed to reduce the episodes of pain by becoming stronger through yoga. I’ve become stronger, not only physically but mentally and I believe I can help you achieve the same.
You can find me teaching group classes at Hornsey Vale Community Centre, OneYoga London, and 3Tribes in Crouch End. And I also teach corporate yoga and one-to-one yoga around Central and North London.
Thanks for reading me! Namaste,
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