I started meditating at 16, so yoga has been a part of my life now for 20 years. I spent the first 15 years of my journey as a practitioner, mostly in ashtanga. In this time I lived in Melbourne but also travelled the world as an architect and so practiced with many inspiring teachers.
I love to teach in a way where you experience all aspects of yoga, from the power of pranayama, to the transcendence of kundalini kriya, the awakening of the postures and the stillness of meditation. My classes are focussed on energetics and touching the infinite.
Theming: I share a lot of content in my classes. My desire is for everyone to experience the power of a complete and soulful yoga practice.
Sequencing: I change the way I teach all the time, I don't tend to have a set out structure - except you know you will always get pranayama and meditation as part of a posture class.
My own practice and the desire to share it with the world.
Every time I learn a new technique I integrate it into my own practice so that I can feel and understand it at the deepest level. So as my own learnings have deepened so has my own practice.
I am inspired by all teachers who live and breath what they teach, who are inspired by what they do and who don't get caught up in their egos.
Laughter, intensity, lots of breathwork, flows, energy work and very often some chanting during sivasana!
My classes are focussed on energetics and touching the infinite.
I really am far too eclectic to teach in any one style. Yoga has so many sides to it and each have their place in my heart and my teachings.
I work out in my local park, walk, swim... but mainly yoga :)
Probably an art gallery or a cinema!
This question kills me! LOL
I am breathing.