Get To Know Me
I am a 90's baby and am from the beautiful town of Tunbridge Wells in Kent. I spent the majority of my childhood in musical theatre; performing in the west end at the ripe age of 9 and doing numerous unusual jobs. At 18 I had attained my A Levels so took a gap year where I worked as a nanny and went Greek island hopping. Following that I spent four years at university in Oxford gaining my Bsc Hons in International Hospitality Management, which is where my interest in food and health began to flourish. Upon leaving Oxford I have worked abroad in Croatia, spent time travelling and worked in marketing.
I'd practised yoga intermittently since my teens, but never stuck at it long enough to get the most out of it. To be honest, after University I felt a little lost and without acknowledging it at the time, yoga came into my life when I needed it most. Having always been a gym bunny, I honestly didn't think yoga was for me, but as I practised more and went to various classes I was surprised to find it a sweaty workout which always tested my physical and mental strength. It has now come to shape my attitude and mindset in everyday life, adding massively to my overall wellbeing and hugely enhancing my relationships with others and also with myself.
I flew to Morocco in January 2017 to complete my teacher training where I was lucky to meet beautiful people and learn incredible amounts. Every week I learn something new - either from a class or a book I've been reading; yoga is certainly a journey. I never imagined that teaching yoga would be my career path but I have so enjoyed sharing what I have learnt and facilitating others with their practice.