I teach and practice Astanga Yoga in London.
I first discovered yoga in my late teens when I moved to London and found that it gave me a little more than longer hamstrings. I started practising Astanga around 2005 and trained to teach in 2008. With a background in media, anthropology, and a stint in PR, I initially experimented with a variety of yoga paths, before deciding to trade my desk for a yoga mat, and practice in India, where I return every year to study, travel and learn.
I hold a Level 1 KPJAYI Authorisation from R. Sharath Jois in Mysore and have been assisting Hamish Hendry at Astanga Yoga London since 2011. I am currently working on Advanced A & B series under Hamish’s guidance.
I have also studied with a number of inspiring teachers such as Rolf Naujokat, Norman Blair, Gingi Lee and Clive Sheridan.
Yoga, in all its forms, fascinates me - I observe its effects and the intricate links between physical and mental wellbeing. I love helping and watching students develop, and believe yoga is a lifelong learning process: a dedicated, regular -and yet fun- practice can only bring forth increased energy and happiness.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday:
7-8 am Astanga Yoga London (assisting self practice)
6.15-8pm Mysore The Shala, West Norwood
8-9pm Yoga level 1 The Shala, West Norwood
7-8.15pm Astanga Technique, Triyoga Shoreditch
10-11am Astanga Open, Islington Arts Factory
8.45-10 am Astanga Open, Triyoga Shoreditch
11-12.30 Astanga General, Globe House Yoga, London Bridge.
One-to-ones / private classes - contact me for details.