I first discovered yoga after my mum passed away in 2002 and in this discovery began a deep love affair that continues to this day. My initial practice was based in Hatha yoga until discovering Kundalini yoga in 2006. Kundalini yoga then lead me to Shakti Dance which felt like an instant home coming from the first time I experienced it! Nowadays my daily personal practice involves a mixture of styles as the feeling comes! I continue to deepen my practice by studying with different teachers whenever possible. I currently teach Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan and Shakti Dance (the Yoga of Dance).
My main focus when teaching is allowing people to come into an awareness of the deep silence that is always present within. As we access this silence through yoga and dance we connect with the true nature of our existence, enabling us to go beyond the stresses placed on us by modern day living. I really enjoy bringing a sense of fun, joy and openness to my classes, retreats and workshops and have no choice but to simply share from my heart. I also like to bring a sense do community to everything I do. We share this journey of life together and our yoga practice does not stop when we roll up our mats. There should always be time for sharing together so that we can support each other as we awaken and grow.