Each class I teach I discover something new, each student brings me a new gift.
My Yoga Journey & Training
I completed my yoga teacher training in India in 2006. Never with the intention to teach, simply to understand myself, my body and my mind more. Since India I have been fortunate to learn from and be inspired by so many teachers around the world (Dot Bowen, Marc Woolford, Diane Long, Julie Gargano, Kim Mortimer, Laura Mensen and Lindsay Mensen), all with their own approach and their own wisdom shining though their voices, their touch, their presence and in some cases the music that they play.
Yoga is the thing that guides me home to myself. The thing that carries me through the hard times, the uncertain times, the joyous times and the place that I come to for the answers.
Turks & Caicos has been my playground to discover my own voice, my own flavour and the messages that I am guided to impart as a yoga teacher. Each class I teach I discover something new, each student brings me a new gift and on this journey I am gently being guided to channel all of my interests through into my teaching.
Join me for a class
On Wednesday mornings at 9am ET you can join me for a Yin & Restore yoga class, which I teach at Retreat Yoga & Wellness Studio in Turks & Caicos. It is a chance to slow it all down, drop inside the body, listen to what it needs and channel the breath through the movement to arrive at a place of inner knowing and deep respect for this vessel that carries us through life. It’s long held poses linked together with gentle movement, meditation and breath all blended together. Leave lifted, grounded, opened, elevated, seeing clearly and listening deeply.
During this time of isolation, this class is available online through zoom.
Watch this space and my YouTube channel. I have beautiful plans of sharing what I know to help you discover a little bit more of you.
Full Moon Yoga
Pluto is coming in this full moon lunar eclipse on 5 June, 2020 to give us an opportunity to look at our shadow and the parts of ourselves that we have ignored, buried in the sand and hoped would disappear on their own. This yoga practice gives you an opportunity to face it all. It’s important to feel ALL the emotions right now and not ignore or deny any more. Change begins by first acknowledging what is there. I share Tosha Silver’s change me prayer which offers a wonderful opportunity to open to something new.
Apologies in advance for cutting off the last 3 breaths and namaste at the end 🙂 It was my first time using a phone video app and I deleted it by mistake. Lesson learnt.