Background & Philosophy
I love to run yoga retreats, my original training was with Sivananda Yoga School back in 2002 and I have been leading retreats ever since.
I soon discovered that running yoga retreats really gives the time to go deeper in the yoga practice and over the years I have of course explored other styles of yoga that I can offer.
Through feedback from students I have found that as a yoga teacher I enjoy helping beginners navigate their way into yoga practice.
What better way to commit and explore yoga, than to fully relax and rejuvenate on a yoga retreat, providing space for students to challenge themselves with support. Retreats also offer a great place to make friends with others who are commited to this healthy lifestyle.
On retreats, the sense of relaxed friendliness allows the body to open easily and brings out the lightness in both beginner or advanced.
I focus on the quality of conscious breathing and take time to enter postures carefully, noticing the quality stillness.
Being grounded in our approach helps us return to an understanding of movement and spontaneity that is inherent in the body.
Being present to how we feel is really what yoga is about.
Yoga retreats allow people the time to explore their own creativity in a safe, open and joyful manner.
Come on retreat to advance!