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Yoga Teacher

What was your journey to becoming a yoga teacher?

I have always been a pretty anxious person. I found yoga when I was in my late teens searching for something to connect to bigger than worry and self-doubt. Whilst I continued to practice on and off in my 20s, it wasn’t until my 30s that the practice really found me. This time it stuck; both yoga and meditation became an intrinsic part of my daily life, which, in turn, led me to further study and becoming a yoga teacher.

What does your downtime look like?

Before teaching yoga full-time I worked as a professional musician/singer, recording and touring with my family - I spend much of my downtime playing/listening to music, I also love ancient history. I’m a home girl, family is really important to me and I love to be outdoors. I recently got a puppy, Hugo - So I have my hands pretty full with him!

If you weren’t a yoga teacher, what would you be?

Playing music is still a huge part of my heart and soul so I’d probably be doing that more.

How does practicing yoga help your day to day life?

It keeps my mental health in check and brings a liberation from over thinking and worrying about things I can’t control. It is the only safe method I have found to get out of my head and connect to my physical body. For me, yoga is freedom.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?

Know your worth, then add tax.

A fun fact about you?

I LOVE orcas! When I was a kid, I asked my parents (in all seriousness) to change my name to Hannah Killer Whale Johnson. And I’m still kind of upset they didn’t take me seriously…. It would’ve been totally awesome.

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