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I am an experienced yoga teacher and a certified nutrition coach , with a focus on supporting people during their health journeys.  Seeing the difference that holistic practises can make to my clients’ wellbeing is so joyful I feel lucky every day that I get to do it.

My passion for health and wellbeing began when I was truly burning the candle at both ends back in my twenties, and I knew instinctively that I needed to make changes. Therefore, by my late twenties, I was deeply into regular yoga practise and training. This became a huge support when I received a shock diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis at the age of thirty.

As is often the case with a life-changing event, after the initial blow, my mission became clear. I moved to live by the sea to begin my career as a yoga teacher.  Not only was this better for my own health, but I knew that if I was feeling stronger myself, I would be better equipped to support others.

My experience of living with and managing a long-term and fatigue-inducing condition has given me a wealth of knowledge, which has been so valuable to lots of people I have worked with.

Since setting up my yoga classes, I have gone on to teach regular weekly classes, monthly workshops, and annual retreats. I also offer one to one tuition and my development and training over the years has guided me towards all areas of womens yoga and wellness, and also into ways of supporting health holistically when you live with a long term health condition. I now run holistic coaching packages including nutrition and lifestyle choices designed to improve your energy levels and sense of well-being, with a strong focus on what you personally need, and from exactly where you are right now. Get in touch if you'd like more info.

MOTHERHOOD Yoga has been such a support to me. As someone living with a lifelong condition (MS) it really helps to bring me strength and calm. Similarly, during all the ups and downs of becoming and being a mother, yoga is my regular "balancer". I can't always fit in a long yoga session on my own or in a class due to family and work life, but I've come to appreciate that little and often is a much better approach than long gaps inbetween bigger practises, or worse - nothing at all. During pregnancy, yoga helped me maintain strength and gave me some wonderful breathing practises for childbirth, and helped me stay calm during the huge life change of having my eldest daughter. My youngest was born via caesarian, so post natal recovery second time round was a different experience altogether. Patience and kindness towards myself during times of very limited energy levels was all down to my yoga practise.

MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS At the age of 30 I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. I was devastated and scared, but once I had managed to make some helpful changes to my life, I was strangely relieved to have a reason for all of the years of unexplained symptoms. As my understanding of the condition increased, I felt more and more equipped to take steps towards a healthier and happier life. I have relapsing-remitting MS which means my symptoms come and go, and my disease progression is relatively slow. Vigilant self-care is an essential tool which keeps me as healthy as I can be. Yoga continues to have a very positive effect on my health.

NATURAL HEALTH A big passion of mine has always been supporting health naturally and from all angles. My yoga is never simply the physical side of the practise, as this is only a fraction of the whole story. My approach to health is realistic and balanced, with yoga and ayurveda as my biggest influences.  Extreme measures are unnecessary to reach and maintain a good state of health. Maintaining a clear connection with our own bodies and minds so that we can appropriately and kindly nourish ourselves is a much healthier approach. With nourishing and varied nutrition, plenty of exercise, time out in nature and time spent doing whatever makes your heart sing, we can all feel better. And not forgetting one of the hardest parts for us all in our non-stop lives is reducing stress and ensuring we have space in our lives to simply be.



This last one is huge for a lot of us. Quite often every second of our day is taken up, leaving no time for us to think and process information, or even to consider whether this non-stop lifestyle is actually what we want for ourselves. I say this with complete honesty - at the time we went into lockdown in March 2020, I suddenly had time to stop, think and consider. When I considered our life pre-Covid, I realised that as a family we were just coping and carrying on. Weekends were so full we barely had any time to be together just the four of us, and we were all absolutely exhausted! All four of us slept and rested so much at the beginning of that first lockdown - shock, stress and upheavel all played their part. Once we had done that, we were really able to prioritise what make us happy, and we have been lucky enough to be able to use that experience to make some vital and beneficial changes to our way of life from then on.

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