I began my yoga practise when I was 17, going to Iyengar classes and enjoying the precision of the method, not questioning the teaching and being rooted in the tradition of yoga.
But over the years life and the practise has evolved, as it does, and when I decided to take teacher training it was with Jenny Beeken, who also started her experience with Iyengar but developed it into Inner Yoga.
We were encouraged to listen to our bodies, allowing an understanding from within. That was over 20 years ago, and I haven’t stopped listening and learning, discovering Scaravelli, Yin and Restorative styles. Embracing a way of strengthening and opening the body connecting to the breath and finding a sense of space and letting go within the body and mind, this is the essence of my teaching.