My Yoga Journey
My yoga journey began in 2001, when I went to a class in a garden overlooking the sea in Sri Lanka. It was a beautiful experience. Once back to reality in London I began attending regular classes. I was inspired by the grace of the physical postures, and felt that yoga revitalised me and gave me a sense of grounding.
I began my teacher training in 2009. At first, my interest was in deepening my own understanding of yoga, but somewhere along the way I realised how much I enjoyed sharing these teachings and the rich variety and multiple benefits of yoga with others.
I trained with the highly respected Life Centre (YogaCampus), with a British Wheel of Yoga accreditation. I have continued to study with some leading international teachers, such as Judith Hanson Lasater, Donna Farhi, Tias Little, Aadil Palkhivala, Ana Forrest, Sarah Powers and Philip Xerri. I consider my yoga education to be an ongoing thing. I love learning both from my students and being inspired by the classes & teacher training workshops I attend.
It felt like the right time to dive back into learning in 2016 when I began my Yoga Therapy training. I was working with increasing numbers of one to one students and wanted to learn how to serve them better. I completed the 550 hour training with YogaCampus in 2018, and found it a deeply enriching and transformational course.
And so to today. I'm a yoga teacher, a yoga therapist, and an eternal student of yoga. Namaste!