My approach to Yoga has been influenced by a variety of inspirational teachers from a range of Yoga backgrounds. I believe in lifelong learning and development as both a student and teacher of Yoga, meaning that my approach is constantly evolving and developing.
I believe in responsible practice as a Yoga teacher and am proud to be a British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) qualified teacher, having undertaken their extensive and well-respected 500 hours teacher training. BWY was awarded National Governing Body status for yoga by the then Sports Council (now Sports England) in 1995. I have also undertaken trainings in working with pregnant and post-natal students and in 2021 completed mindfulness meditation training with the renowned Cyndi Lee. I am fully insured and have completed first aid and safeguarding training.
I love teaching because I’m passionate about being able to help people to take some time for themselves to experience the benefits of Yoga, both on and off the mat. I also enjoy bringing Yoga to rural communities where people might not otherwise have access to attending Yoga classes. To this end I have worked in collaboration with the Big Lottery funded Fit Villages scheme.
My Yoga CV
Yoga education and trainings
From May 2021 to July 2021
Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training
Online training with Cyndi Lee
Post-natal teacher training
Training with Nadia Narain
From May 2020 to June 2020
Supporting Pregnant and Postnatal students in General Yoga Classes
Online training with tutors Zephyr B. Wildman-Green and Lisa White
Yoga Training Centre
From September 2018 to May 2020
BWY Yoga Teacher Training 500 hrs
Training with Lesley Isaacson, Pauline Fleming and Jane Farrimond
June 2019, October 2019, January 2020 and throughout 2021
Trainings focused on strength in asana and its effects, both physiological and esoteric
From February 2018 to December 2018
BWY Foundation Course 1
From January 2019 to present
- Daytime and evening community classes
- One-to-one sessions
- Online classes via Zoom
- Afternoon retreat sessions
- Taster sessions provided to industry (Hill’s Pet Nutrition at University of Cambridge) and community (local Brownies group)
- Working in collaboration with the Big Lottery funded Fit Villages scheme to provide community classes
January 2017 to March 2017
Mindfulness for everyday life (mindfulness-based stress reduction)
References available on request.