My journey to yoga


I hold space for people
to slow down, let go and come home to themselves
through breath, movement and empowering inspiration.

Nearly 20 years ago I was fortunate to live in a beachfront village in the Red Sea, South Sinai, Egypt. It was here that my journey with yoga began. After taking my first class the love affair that would stay with me for all these years started. For about 12 years I ran yoga holiday’s to our hotel in Dahab, being exposed to many different teachers and styles of yoga. It was always a dream to make it to India someday and to complete my yoga teachers training.


During the past years my self-practice in yoga has been very stop start as the pressures of being a single mother took hold. I started running and triathlon 5 years ago and yoga took a back seat. In June 2018 I completed my first Comrades – one of the hardest things I had ever committed to. Somewhere along the 90 km route I had an epiphany and realized I needed to follow my bliss and what truly makes me happy. The one thing that has been a constant in my life has been yoga, sport and spirituality.


On 8th July 2018 my dream came true and I got on a plane to India. I was en route to Rishikesh, Yoga capital of the world, to complete my yoga teachers training. Not only have I been humbled by the beauty of India, but by the peacefulness and contentment of the people I met along my journey. I’m excited to share the teachings and inner peace that I rediscovered after such a long time. My focus will be Yoga for Athletes, Corporate Yoga and Pranayama and Mediation for overall health and spiritual wellness.


Yoga brings together physical and mental disciplines to achieve a peaceful body and mind. In today’s busy world it can add immense value to helping you to slow down, go within and rediscover your joy…


Join me on the mat and let’s embark on the journey of yoga together…

Inner peace begins the moment you choose not to allow another person or event to control your emotions.


– Unknown

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