Yoga can be a Practice or a state...

  • to discover the potential of body and mind
  • improve or maintain health of mind and body
  • to reflect and meditate
  • of living harmoniously within ourselves and the world and people around us

Yoga is about the physical body, the energy we have, the functioning of the mind and how we use all of these to facilitate connection with the deeper aspects of Self. Yoga is a journey of discovery to uncover the essence and potential of being who we are.


Yoga has woven in and out of my life since the age of 18. After taking classes for a decade or more, I trained to teach Yoga (with little intention of teaching) and then became interested in the viniyoga approach which is very much an individual and adaptive approach.  I also became interested in Yoga as a therapeutic application and the possibilities that it offers for improved health.

After working in various organisations and roles in the fields of environmental science and acoustics, I was drawn towards teaching more Yoga whilst I also had family commitments. Alongside this, I volunteered time into The British Council for Yoga Therapy, which promotes the improvement of training standards in Yoga Therapy and was Chair from 2013-16.

Yoga on a personal level, means getting on my mat to practice and the on-going translation of that into day-to-day life. I am indebted to the excellent teachers that have inspired my desire to know and  understand more about Yoga, Paul Harvey, Ranju Roy and Jane Slemeck.

  • BWY Diploma in Yoga
  • aYs Yoga Practitioner (viniyoga teacher/therapist)
  • Cert- IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists)
  • CHNC registered Yoga Therapist
  • Yoga for Healthy Lower Backs teacher
  • Committee member of BCYT and former Chair of BCYT
  • Additional training in Ayurveda, Pregnancy Yoga, Counselling Skills, Yoga philosophy, Yoga for MS