How I Teach

For many, letting go is the hardest pose.

When we can appreciate how our body moves and become aware of the mind and the noise that it creates, we begin to shift how we feel.

Moving between control and surrender, between pushing and letting go, whether arriving on your mat means exercising or creating a sense of calm, the practice of yoga allows the body to benefit from the movement and the mind to benefit from stillness. 

Nothing exists in isolation, the body and mind are one and the same. Through self-acceptance, we can start to access self-improvement. 

I teach a faster, flow style yoga, with a focus on Power Yoga. My classes aim to have students leaving feeling like they got a good work out, along with being centred and grounded.

Music is a big element of my classes with loud melodies to move to, which makes for invigorating sequences that get the group in sync.

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