Rather I am far more interested in the quality of loving awareness brought to each person’s self- journey rather than the attainment of advanced physical postures. While any session may contain some more "challenging" postures, everyone is always given alternative options so that they can practice safely and wisely.
"This is an integral part of the practice, one in which everyone is always encouraged to move in the direction of self reliance and self responsibility. You are, in truth, the only person who can perceive what is happening inside you! Awareness to this truth is to then consciously walk the path of freedom through our lives."
I started to teach Yoga in 2002 and became a yoga teacher in 2006, under the guidance of Swamiji Dayananda.
The love of Yoga and how it can transform people’s lives led me to train further within this school, so that I could help on their 3-year teacher training programmes around India. In 2008, I moved to Gokarna, India and opened Namaste Yoga Farm my own place where i could teach Yoga – seeking adventure and more spirituality in my life!
Mother Nature Herself continues to inspire me daily with her beauty and intricate simplicity and I feel strongly, that to be in touch with Her in all Her beauty and variety is a healing in its own right; She reminds us of the natural rhythm of life and thus has the power to reconnect us to our own true nature – expanding our vision out from the restricting limits we alone have set around our own minds and lives. Thus all the retreats offered are held in places, set within beautiful, natural surroundings.