Initially I pursued yoga as a physical practice but as I continued on my path I realised that practicing yoga had become so much more. It was my teacher’s subtle messages and quiet whisperings of the spiritual side of yoga, the philosophy, Sanskrit, mantras, mudras, that called me back over and over again. Yoga felt like home. My heart had found its passion. I committed myself to the practice and completed my first 200 hour Teacher Training Program at Feel Good Yoga with my “yoga whisperer” Laura Phelps, who became my inspiration, mentor and dear friend. I will always be a student of the practice. I am continually studying to improve my knowledge of yoga and anatomy of the body. I have studied with international teacher Esther Ekhart who encouraged me to not only explore and further my teaching abilities but also my own practice. My meditation and pranayama teacher Tracy Uber Cook inspired me to infuse these rituals into my daily practice. Sabrina Mesko guided me through my Mudra Therapy courses and I devoured her knowledge and wisdom of this sacred practice. My Yin teacher Bernie Clarke, his Mantra “Yin is in” goes far beyond the phrase. Yin is in, an inward focused practice where the magic happens, stillness nourishes the soul and the soul is set free. I am very grateful to my teachers for the encouragement, wisdom and the knowledge they have so generously shared with me. My yoga offerings are infused with that which inspires me most, the wonder and wisdom of nature, the cycles of life, the waxing and waning of the moon, and the joy of coming home to oneself. Almost every session I teach will include a focus on Breath, Strengthening, Stretching, Balancing, Healing and Relaxing. You can expect the practice to be woven around intentions. I incorporate mudras and allow time for reflection, renewal, inspiration and stillness. I love getting to know my students, watching them grow into their practice as they grow in their practice. My classes are accessible to everyone and focus on exploration rather than destination. I encourage the use of props to bring the pose to your body. I teach Hatha, Hatha Flow, Gentle Therapeutic, Yin and Restorative. I teach from my heart and am so very grateful to all the students who come to share their beautiful souls, they inspire me more than they could ever know. Namaste When you come to your mat may you find what you are seeking. Close your eyes, breathe, welcome home.