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How and why do I teach yoga?

My teaching style has changed over the years as my own practice has changed - I always aim to teach authentically, from the heart, and enjoy sharing the learnings that I receive on my own evolving yoga journey. Currently, I teach a combination of more dynamic, stronger classes (vinyasa flow) plus more gentle classes (hatha, restorative and yin). Each class style is described below. My regular group classes will always comprise only one of these styles but in my workshops and retreats I mix it up and in this case I teach very intuitively, depending on the needs of the group. This is how I like to practise myself - using my intuition to guide my practice and following the balancing principle of yin (gentle, soft, receptive) and yang (dynamic, active) energies, both of which lie within each and every one of us. A regular, sustained yoga practice helps us to connect to the totality of our beings - mind, body and spirit - and we become more able to hear the quiet, innate wisdom of these aspects working together in harmony. This inner listening guides both my teaching and my practice. It is my joy to share the healing magic of yoga with others.

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