I started my journey as part of recovering from a trauma and when I saw how much it impacted me, I was hooked.
As a teacher, much of what I teach is about holding people in their wholeness, whether physically or at an energetic level. My vinyasa classes are mindful and fluid, as I encourage people to feel their bodies and check-in through the movements. My classes have a touch of the spiritual and mystical.
Theming: I love theming! I love working with the cycles of the moon, the Tantrik Goddesses and embodied experiences.
Sequencing: Depends on the theme.
I am inspired by the idea of bringing people home to themselves. I am motivated to have people feel their bodies, come into deeper relationship to themselves, and feel their wholeness. I want people to feel empowered in their relationship to themselves.
I used to care a lot about being able to do lots of advanced asana, and it supported my stories of unworthiness. But then I started feeling my body. Being able to tap into the somatic sensations of my body brought me into a deep connection to myself that I had never thought possible. It was like a fast track to self healing. And this deep personal practice influences my teaching.
My classes have a touch of the spiritual and mystical.
Everyone has something really special that you can take from their classes.
Fluid, mindful vinyasas with soulful themes and lots of options.
Embodied Flow because I learn so much from teaching it.
Dance and Tai Chi.
Images photographed by Courtney King and Zoe Klein.