Throughout my life the question “Who or what am I” has been my driving force. This simple yet profound question continues to stimulate me to investigate and rediscover life in each moment. It links together everything I do. Bringing people together, to connect in a real and simple way and to support each other to live fully and freely is not only my great joy and pleasure but my dedication. I am a lover of life, an experimenter with freedom, truth and happiness, and an explorer of the human condition and mind.
I have been practising various forms of yoga since 1997. In 2005 I discovered Ashtanga yoga, which has become my primary practice. I love the practice; it has a profound effect on my life. As a yoga teacher my aim is to help my students discover yoga as a moving meditation, and as a foundational practice for personal growth and development. I teach with ease, in a non-dogmatic way.
In my classes I focus on the breath, alignment and maintaining a steady flow to build strength, stamina and flexibility
Like water, life flows in each moment with the only constant being change. When our conditioned self is not in the way, there is the possibility to flow like water. We transform at any given moment, responding to life as it arises in each moment rather than reacting automatically interrupting the flow.
In realising who and what we are beyond our physicality and conditioning, we learn to celebrate our human existence and embrace the greatest intimacy of all, the tingle and vibration of life. A new dimension of life becomes available to us.