What drew you to teaching yoga?
I had been having full blown panic attacks for about a year when my sister suggested we take a day and attend one of Celia Robert’s full day retreats. Driving through the winding roads lined with lush green trees, past some alpacas, goats, chickens and horses we finally arrived to the glass walled studio. We spent a full six hours mediating, practising asana and eating food we had lovingly prepared.
At the end of the day when the sun was getting lazy and the birds were singing their last song, I stood on the balcony alone looking into the Australian Bush and started to cry. It was like years of my life falling away through my tears. I had found my place in the world....
What style of yoga do you teach?
Hatha Yoga interspersed with Kundalini.
Where and when did you train?
I started my teacher training in 2014 with Celia Roberts in Brisbane Australia.
Describe your class style?
During my class you will practice asana, pranayama, meditation and philosophy integrating the eight limbs of yoga. For me yoga is more than physical asana and I would feel like I had done an injustice if I did not share the union of yoga with my students.