I would like to thank each and every one of you beautiful soon-to-be yogis for booking onto my new Beginners Courses that were due to start today. Until we can meet safely, all classes have had to be cancelled until further notice. It is with an extremely heavy heart I have had to do this. I had planned so many exciting classes for you to all to begin your yoga journey.

Yoga is for life, not just for January.

In the meantime, take any chance you can to get outside and breathe deeply. I aim to keep myself busy by utilising my social media platforms to introduce you all to some of the most commonly used poses in a general yoga class. Each week, I will choose two and teach you the target areas to give you some indication as to how the pose will feel. You can play around with your own alignment, listening to your body above all else. I hope when we come to class in the not-so-distant future you will have an idea how your body responds to these asana.

Remember, your body is perfectly unique, keep it that way!

Bare in mind that not everyone’s version of the pose will be the same. Have a read of my last News post about this.

My worry is that with all these photos on the internet (including my own), is that some people will find yoga unachievable and so will be reluctant to try. 

Yoga is about making space in the body where there formally was none.


My approach to yoga is simple… yoga is and can be accessible for everyone. I teach in a non-dogmatic way believing not every pose is suitable for every student with traditional alignment but with a few adjustments, it can be. In particular introducing those new to yoga to this concept, that the ‘prettiest looking’ option of the pose is not necessarily the right one.

Instagram, in this instance with the plethora of yogis showcasing their stunning variations of asanas are beautiful to look at, but in the great scheme of many body shapes, not a true reflection of what 99% of the population could ever achieve.

I believe it’s important to allow my yogis to feel and become aware of their body as I teach them the target areas of what we are trying to achieve so they can learn to modify their poses to their unique body shape or muscle function. I hope to set my yogis on a path of yoga for life, so learning what suits their body best will be paramount in securing their love for yoga and perhaps even a personal practise at home. 


Yoga Nidra

8 October 2020

So what is Yoga Nidra? I have offered it as a freebie when you sign up to my Newsletter and it’s sometimes mentioned as an ‘extra’ within some Yoga classes, but what exactly is it?

Yoga Nidra is literally translated as ‘Yogic Sleep’. It is a state of guided relaxation which allows you to surf the border between awake and asleep. Not to be confused with Hypnotherapy where the aim is therapeutic intervention, for Yoga Nidra we are just allowing the different states of consciousness and feeling the body as it relaxes the mind.

Yoga Nidra is received lying down – it is not a practise for you to get better at. All you need to do is get comfortable and receive.

In my classes, I will guide you through some techniques paying particular attention to our body and breath.


Yoga Photos

4 October 2020

When I was still knee-deep in yoga philosophy and anatomy books earlier this year, it dawned on me that in order to have a professional looking website, I needed professional photos. Cue the inward groan and the mild (read – massive) panic that then followed.

I had heard of Sarah from Sarah Carmody Photography from her photoshoot with some of the yogis that are based in Eastbourne and arranged a date to meet. I knew from our first email that we’d get on well, that woman has an awesome sense of humour!

This photo above was one of her favourites from the day.

I was so unbelievably nervous to begin with but Sarah had an amazing way of just putting me at ease. I have to say, in the end it was the best fun I’d had in ages.

Her enthusiasm is unsurpassed, it literally radiates out of her and you can’t help but be inspired.



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