I am registered with The Independent Yoga Network (1000 hours) and have been teaching yoga for 12 years. My foundational training with Yoga Professionals/108 Training honoured traditional teachings of yoga whilst promoting a contemporary practice that could be accessible to all. For a number of years I worked alongside school founder Conrad Paul as a course director, training many yoga teachers across the country. My teaching is now rooted in Ayurveda (Yoga's 'sister science') and integrates graceful sequences inspired by movements found in contemporary and ancient warrior practices (Qigong, Kalaripayattu, Boxing RCS). My approach is also reflective of my background in the visual arts (BA/1st class Hons & MA) in that I view yoga as an art form as well as a science and holistic health practice. The spiritual aspects of practicing yoga have emerged through living a vegan lifestyle (ahimsa) and serving my community in the best way that I can (dharma).


I am a member of the Ayurvedic Professionals Association where I am registered as a Yoga & Ayurveda Wellness Consultant and Therapist. I have studied under Dr David Frawley and his senior student Pavan Kanwar, an accomplished scholar of the Vedic sciences. Wanting to learn Ayurveda in it's place of origin I travelled many times to my ancestral home and undertook training with ayurvedic doctors and therapists in Kerala, India. Although I am trained in the traditional ayurvedic therapies, my focus has been on exploring Ayurveda as a holistic way of life. From 2014 - 2019 I undertook PhD Research (Health Sciences) at Warwick Medical School. My thesis examined how integrated 

practices of yoga and Ayurveda help to support self-care. This research now informs all of my teacher trainings, courses and workshops


I am a registered with REPS as a qualified personal trainer, boxing coach and RCS 

(Real Combat Systems) instructor. Due to a chronic elbow injury I continue to study and train in martial movement through Kalaripayattu (Indian martial arts) and Qigong, for the purpose of holistic healing. Prior to my training in yoga and Ayurveda, I worked as a fitness trainer/manager/coach in a number of health clubs before setting up my own business specialising in the wellbeing of women and girls. This was to be the foundation of the holistic health business I have today. During this period I also taught anatomy & physiology and assessed fitness courses at my local sports academy. Having benefited immensely from practicing yoga during a long period of grief I went on to integrate the disciplines of yoga and then Ayurveda into my portfolio. My work therefore naturally developed into a holistic health model drawing from 20 years of experience in the health, fitness and wellbeing sector. 


I am a Vegan lifestyle Coach certified by Main Street Vegan Academy in the USA. Adopting a vegan lifestyle has been central to my spiritual exploration of Yoga and has helped me to cultivate a more compassionate  way of life. From a clinical perspective eating plant-foods has improved my health in many incredible ways all of which have been evidenced by blood tests. My doctor once exclaimed "whatever you are doing, just keep doing it!' From a spiritual perspective I feel I am more able to resolve the conflict I hold between my impact on both animals and the environment  through what I eat, wear and buy, and my love and respect for all sentient beings. As well as helping clients to slowly transition into a vegan lifestyle, I co-founded The Ayurvegan Kitchen and set up Plantpower Meet-ups

to support those wanting to experiment more with plant-based cooking.  

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