I am American by birth, a former ballet dancer from New York, and have been in Britain since 1987. For 23 years, I have made my home in Presteigne, where I have taught for the last 20.
I trained first with Jenny Bullough and Paul Harvey (the CYS 4-year practitioner training and 2 years of further studies ) and more recently I worked with Mike Young and also Dave Charlton and Ranju Roy of Sadhana Mala. I teach small groups from my home studio and also one-to-one students; more recently, I have been studying Vedic Chant, for which I have a deep passion, with Sheela Shankar, and run occasional informal chant workshops, also at my home.
At the moment, all my teaching is on Zoom, due to Covid-19. For me, yoga is a personal journey of development first and foremost, an experience of connection with others and with the world. It has been in the past a valuable tool for everyday living; I raised four daughters with my husband and, for a long time, yoga provided me with the energy and clarity to navigate those years. As my children have grown though, I find my focus has somewhat changed: I have more time to study, to learn, to practise and to share.
Though my initial experience of yoga was primarily through the body—the way any dancer understands the world—the realisation that everything begins and ends with the breath continues to astound me.
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Workshops & Retreats