The very first premise of a Yoga Practice is that we meet ourselves as we are, and move from This point.
This means that each and every person in a yoga class is practising from a different perspective; their journey defined by their own individual ingredients of body, mind & being. As a practitioner of Ayurveda, my approach through yoga is to support this diversity, holding space that allows your practice to deepen in accordance with your unique journey. I am on this journey too, and rather than teaching from a top down perspective I seek to embody the exploration, sharing what I can along the way.
I welcome you to come and try a class, to feel for yourself whether it resonates.
THE PRACTICES OF YOGA & AYURVEDA
If I had to lay claim to one thing that drives me in life it is this: the quiet, honest daily work of Self Practice.
The practices of Yoga & Ayurveda have come hand in hand for me from my earliest understanding of them; they are practices of awareness,
of re-balancing, of self reflection and therefore growth. It is these practices I share in one-to-one and small group environments with this single aim:
that what I share empowers you to take the reins of your own Self Practice, so that you too can be your own best teacher, your own care-giver,
your own artist and your own masterpiece, carving out time to be present each day, even if you begin with just 5 minutes.
In these sessions we start with You, as you are Right Now, and our journey flows from Here.
This is the work that has changed me in ways I could never have dreamed of, and I have watched countless people transform themselves through self practice.
It is the work of Breath, of Body, of Ritual and Habit, of Mind and of Mantra - it is the work of You, and it is Yours.