I qualified as a craniosacral therapist with the Craniosacral Therapy Education Trust (CTET) in 2011, and then as a yoga teacher in 2015 with the Scaravelli-inspired Acquaviva School of Yoga. I am also trained in pregnancy yoga with antenatal education and yoga school - LushTums. All trainings had a profound impact on me, and provide complimentary frameworks that enable me to support people in finding peace and freedom in their bodies.
My thirst to explore the intelligence and mystery of the human body is never fully quenched! It is this continual enquiry into our nature that drives my development and learning as a practitioner; most recently this has led me to further yoga training with Suzy Daw and studying bio-tensegrity anatomy with Joanne Avison – both of which have added rich and exciting textures to my practice.
The essence of my teaching is to help people cultivate a deep listening for their body, and most importantly, be-friend their body. I teach with kindness and humour and encourage everyone to recognise their own starting point, and practice from there.
The focus is never to make a perfect shape, but use different forms to explore our somatic experience of space, containment, balance and integration.