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Yoga Teacher

What was your journey to becoming a yoga teacher?

I found yoga as a student while training for a half marathon. Running used to be my form of exercise of choice but I used to not listen to my body and push through pain and fatigue- which led to injury. As a student, I also felt slightly lost and new to a city and a culture. I found yoga at a time when- without really knowing- I needed to form a kinder deeper connection with my body and also I needed to find a community-my community. Yoga has really changed the way I saw, connected and respected my body and mind. It also brought beautiful people in my life. The balance and teachings of yoga have had a profound impact on my day to day. I continued practicing yoga while studying my MA and was part of the yoga committee at Uni. While studying for my MA I also started my teacher training- and I was keen to share this practice and the wellbeing lessons it taught me with others- especially fellow students. I have been teaching ever since and the joy, excitement and gratitude of sharing this practice has only grown as I met and connected with others people.

What does your downtime look like?

If I get some spare time, I am finding myself outdoors hiking or visiting a NT venue.


How does practicing yoga help your day to day life?

Yoga is a keystone for me and it balances my other full time job and my work as an artist. From building resilience, to accepting change, to feeling at peace with the flows and ebbs of life, to connecting with others through the practice, yoga offers a sense of perspective that expands beyond the self- the ‘I,me,mine’ and brings a sense of kinship and connection that is profoundly nourishing and uplifting.



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