What my classes are like

I teach Kids Yoga at Yoga Kula. I create a safe space for students to explore and celebrate movement. My sequences are creative and heartfelt, often backed by music to encourage a playful and explorative experience. I encourage students to get curious with their own bodies, learning more about themselves whilst building confidence. I will always offer variations of poses so the class is supportive and serves everyone’s ability. I believe yoga empowers because we learn not to take life too seriously, and remember when we fall we can just get back up and try again – this is such a beautiful lesson to learn on the mat and carry with you into daily experiences.

My journey into yoga

I stumbled onto a yoga mat after being taken to a class by a friend. What started off as a form of physical exercise developed into a lifestyle of looking after my mind, body and soul. Yoga positively transformed the relationship I had with myself, and opened me up to experiencing life. I’ve always wanted to work within a field that empowers and creates positive change, and so completing my training was the next natural step. Watching students develop confidence and excitement through their practice is a beautiful gift.

My study and credentials

In 2015 I completed my 200hr vinyasa training with Frog Lotus Yoga alongside the amazing Vidya Heisel. The training also covered her own branch of yoga called Envision Yoga which uses verbal and physical techniques to encourage self love and positive thought patterns. I have always loved working with children and therefore completed further training with The Collins and Barth School of Yoga certifying me to teach Kids Yoga.