Yoga is a way of communicating, it’s telling the story of who you are through movement and breath, it’s learning to connect to your deeper, inner self. Practicing and studying yoga has been an extension of this passion for learning different ways of communicating, that was instilled in me early on by my parents.
I’ve been a practitioner of yoga for twenty years, and have been teaching since 2009, full time since 2013. I am passionate about holistic well-being and about exploring the mind-body connection. I believe that when we are connected to ourselves, it creates space and freedom for us to connect to others around us.
I find inspiration in nature, and have learned to surrender to the natural rhythm of life as it unfolds. My teaching holds elements of humour, devotion and nurture, woven on a thread of intuitive understanding of how the body and mind can connect to the mind and spirit.
I am a loving and devoted Mama to my two daughters, which is my most enriching vocation. I love that they keep me real and grounded. My favourite ways to spend time are on adventures while seeking a view, exploring new ways of understanding and good conversations. I am deeply grateful for my children, the community that surrounds us, my family, our dishwasher, and my coffee machine.