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Yoga Teacher

What was your journey to becoming a yoga teacher?

I went to my first yoga class while I was working a corporate fashion job in London. I was so surprised by how challenging it felt, and the calming effect that one class had on me. I've been hooked ever since! It had such a profound effect on me, I had the realisation (after maybe a year of rinsing every trial offer of the many studios in London) I should leave my stressful job, booked a one way flight to Bali to try more yoga with the intention of doing a yoga retreat in India on my travels. I found the cheapest option at the time was to do 200 hours teacher training, I had no intention of becoming a yoga teacher initially, but fell even more in love with the practice during my course after learning more about the science, art and philosophy of yoga, from several very diverse and incredible guides in India. I was really lucky to find a weekly class to teach soon after moving back to Birmingham and have been sharing yoga ever since 2017.

What does your downtime look like?

Simple pleasures, playing with my two sons, spending time in nature, reading fiction, cooking and eating different cuisines, having a nice cup of earl grey.

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

Maybe an interior designer or something involving creativity.

How does practicing yoga help your day to day life?

Yoga keeps me grounded, in touch with my emotions, physically strong, open hearted, honest, intuitive and balanced.

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

To look for silver linings.

A fun fact about you?

None of my grandparents were born in the UK and each of them are from different countries.

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