Training is an invaluable element of understanding the deeper teachings and workings of Yoga.

I completed my 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course, a Yoga Alliance accredited teaching school, in both Morocco and London, UK.  During my Yoga teacher training I studied Yoga Anatomy which has led me to develop a practice and teaching style that has both its roots in the ancient wisdom of Yoga but is balanced with modern clinical understanding of the physical body.

With Olympic diving medalist, Leon Taylor, during teacher training in Morocco

I have personal experience and have studied a variety of forms of Yoga, including Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Bikram, Hatha, Hot Yoga, Rocket Yoga, Yin Yoga, Kundalini.  The depth and variety of this experience has provided me with the opportunity to take certain elements from each from of Yoga and offer these teachings to my students in a way that best fits their needs and requirements.

Fun whilst teacher training in Morocco.

Learning does not stop with the physical.  I have also immersed myself in the teachings of the Yoga Sutras, Buddha and the Vedas to enhance the teaching experience offered to students.

My teaching style has a focus on Vinyasa Flow and Core Strength with a focus on technique in the Asanas to prevent injury and build strength.  For newcomers to the path of Yoga, there are always options available to students who may need alternative postures to achieve their personal fulfilment through Yoga.

“When we practice Yoga, we are waking up the body, waking up the different fields of sensation and we are waking up the core of the body so we can experience deep feeling – this is the body-mind connection.”

– Richard Freeman