I took my first Yoga class early 2007 while still working as a lawyer in the City. Once I started practising more regularly, I realised that I wanted to become a teacher, drawn by the physical challenges of the practice and even more because of the effects Yoga had on my mind and wellbeing. I wanted to share all these benefits with others.
I became a Vinyasa Yoga teacher in 2015, having trained with Stewart Gilchrist and Amanda Denton at the Light Centre in London.
I then trained with Sri Dharma Mittra and his team of teachers in New-York, completing the 500-hour Life of a Yogi teacher training in 2017. I recently attended the 800-hour teacher training with Sri Dharma Mittra in NYC. My main Dharma teacher in London is Mark Kan. My teachers are a source of inspiration and Sri Dharma mittra and my mentor Yoshio in New-York are a constant source of inspiration, not only for the physical practice but for their life of the mat and the example they set out.
I continue developing my practice with dedication. I regularly attend workshops and train with internationally recognised teachers such as Richard Freeman, with whom I did an intensive 5-day training in London, and David Swenson, to name a couple. I also completed a 50-hour advanced teacher training with Ambra Vallo and Fabio Filippi. I am passionate about the philosophy of Yoga and love sharing in my classes the main teachings of the scriptures I study.
I do live a very busy life as a mother and a Yoga teacher and I am reminded every day of the power of Yoga: on my body, as Yoga has help me remain strong and actually build more strength, and on my wellbeing and my mind, as Yoga gives us the tools to find the peace we need when we are so busy off the mat.