Yoga was introduced to me in 1997 by a book given to me during my second pregnancy; I began doing a little bit every day and was amazed at how it felt so right for my body. Practicing yoga and pranayama (breath work) had a very positive impact on my pregnancy and the birth of my baby. I soon developed a self taught practice and then began attending weekly classes.

I then left yoga for some years but in 2004 my journey began again – this time half way up a mountain in West Cork with my then teacher and mentor Esther Ekhart (founder of EkhartYoga). Esther encouraged me to embark on a teacher training course which I completed in 2006; I began teaching four classes a week in Esther’s studio ‘The Boab Centre’.

After a while I did my second level and pre-natal teacher training with Yoga Alliance, and have just completed my Yin Yoga teacher training with Josh Summers. I regularly attend further training days and workshops to develop my practice and keep my teaching fresh and fun.

I am hugely fascinated by the human body and how it works. I get a great sense of satisfaction from seeing my students develop body awareness and learning to live and feel better in body, mind and spirit.

I love to share my passion for yoga with my students and aim to bring them to a place where they have their own daily practice and can really feel the many benefits of living in harmony with themselves.

 ‘Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and to endure what cannot be cured’  

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