“Yoga is almost like music in a way; there’s no end to it.”



Encouraged by my yoga teacher, Kyrin Hall, and inspired by other teachers such as Gary Carter, John Stirk and Howard Napper, I decided to become a yoga teacher over ten years ago.

In 2005 I trained with Swami Atma at Yoga Vidya in Germany, where I immersed myself in life at an Ashram. We meditated at 5am in the morning, studied the Bhagavid Gita and the Upanishads, chanted mantras, ate only vegetarian food, abstained from alcohol and stood on our head for ten minutes at a time. It was an amazing experience and a far cry from busy London life.

I learned that yoga is much more than just creating flexibility and physical strength; it is a way of finding unity of mind, body and soul, and a way to inner peace and love.

My style of yoga is a mix of Hatha and Ashtanga, which I tailor to individual needs. I teach small groups and individuals at either their home or mine, as well as at companies at lunchtime or after office hours.

Above: My yoga practice.

“Don’t move the way fear makes you move. Move the way love makes you move.

Move the way joy makes you move.”


“Yoga is the fountain of youth. You’re only as young as your spine is flexible.”