My first incarnation was as an actress but a fascination with all things ‘alternative’ finally got the better of me and so I trained as a Yoga Teacher with the British Wheel as the century turned.
I was a full time London Yoga teacher for many years before returning to Chichester, where I grew up. I have taught in many venues, including Yoga Centres, leisure centres, gyms, law firms, banks, schools, private homes, and on the beach. My practice has morphed and changed over the years; from heavily physical to a more meditation based, reflective approach.
I met my Guru, Yogiraj Gurunath Siddhanath in 2005 and have been teaching Kriya yoga techniques to those interested in the deeper nuances of Yoga since then. I have travelled to India many times and completed a Masters Degree in Indian Religions.
Yoga has so many benefits, is a gift that just keeps giving, whether it is physical, emotional, mental or spiritual. I cannot imagine a life without it, and truly believe it can help us deal with the toughest of situations.
It provides a space and a deep connection to our essence, a relationship with ourself that we all long for but have convinced ourselves it is somewhere else, somewhere outside.
Yoga can help us understand, not just intellectually, but experientially, that we are perfect as we are, and that there is no more to search for, that everything is perfect and can be blissful in each waking moment.