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About Me

I have called Lanzarote my home for most of my life and for the past 4 years have been lucky enough to live out my dream here teaching yoga. Before discovering yoga I was wasting my life away disconnected, selfish and uninspired. I decided one day I should try pick up a hobby and Youtube led me to yoga. From that point on I had a gradual awakening that felt more like a return to the self rather than the creation of my #bestself. It truly saved my life and I look back surprised at how I had zero doubt that what I had to do was learn how to share this practice with others. I trained and completed my 200 hour certificate in Bali, Indonesia with All Yoga Training. I trained in Ashtanga which was physically immense and the ritualistic aspect of it helped me to deepen my own understanding of how movement itself can be meditative. Upon returning with my certification I soon strayed away from the set sequence and aesthetics of Ashtanga as I found such joy in creative sequencing, prompting intuitive movement and exploring modifications to suit all bodies. 

I am passionate about living a yoga inspired life and focus on providing others with the knowledge and tools to do the same. I believe that a good yoga teacher leaves you with more questions than answers, promoting self inquiry rather than spoon feeding you a one size fits all version of spirituality.

A list in case you need convincing of the juicy benefits of yoga:

  • Deepens the relationship with all parts of the self

  • Heightened awareness of the senses and response system

  • Reduces stress

  • Corrects bad posture

  • Provides alternative ways to into meditation

  • Improves concentration

  • Promotes positivity with a realistic approach

  • Relieves tension

  • Rids the body of over all stiffness

  • Calms the mind

  • Builds strength and resilience

  • Prompts personal growth

  • Teaches lessons of philosophy in a bite sized palatable manner

  • Unlocks energetical blockages

  • Inspires creativity 

  • Compliments other movement practices

  • Is basically just bloody brilliant

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