I have a friendly and supportive teaching style and all my classes are suitable for a variety of levels, with modifications offered according to the needs of each student. Beginners are always welcomed!
For me as a teacher it's really important to focus on alignment, so I ensure that plenty of instruction and help is given to all students to help them find a journey through the poses and practice that is safe, effective and suitable for them.
I put great care into planning my classes, designing interesting and enjoyable sequences that help students learn more about yoga and to progress their practice whether it be on the physical, mental or spiritual level.
A key component of my classes and style of teaching is to make a vinyasa flow style of yoga accessible to a wide audience! We don't need to do ton's of Chaturanga's and Upward Dog's to enjoy a flowing practice, plus there are plenty of wonderful modifications and movement options that can be explored to replace or swap out these movements.
Through guidance and support I will help you work on your strength and flexibility where you need it most!
I have been practising yoga for over 10 years, during which time it’s transformed my life, mind and body.
In terms of my yoga studies: I completed my 200-hour teacher training qualification at Shakti Power Yoga in Hammersmith in 2014 and I’m a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance UK. This accreditation demonstrates excellent standards as set by Yoga Alliance UK.
Since completing that training I have continued my professional development, predominantly focusing on the study of anatomy and how to move the body safely through a yoga practice. I am well versed in how to modify a range of poses, and how to help individual students find more ease and comfort in postures that challenge them.