My interest in Yoga developed over the last 12 years while I was traveling the world as a professional dancer to help increase my strength and flexibility. I’d always been inspired by the Yoga you see in the media... headstands, interesting postures, 90 year old ladies balancing on one arm. But it wasn’t until I succumbed to an injury that I started to experience the many benefits of Yoga for myself.Not only did it aid in my recovery but it also had a sense of keeping me calm through the uncertainty of my dancing career. I began to notice small changes in myself... how i viewed situations differently, the feeling I had after my practice and the way it would set me up for the day ahead to make the most of everything. This intrigued me so much that I started to delve a little deeper into yoga and it was then that I realized I wanted to help other people experience the many benefits of yoga and decided to part take on my Yoga teacher training course with Yoga London.Since completing my training my love and passion for Yoga keeps on growing, I am lucky enough to be teaching full time and continuing to delve further into Yoga and what it has to offer. I love that I can combine my two passions - Yoga & Travel. And that no matter what country you’re in, what language they speak, when you’re on your mat it feels like home and brings everyone together. Yoga is an universal language.