My Yoga journey started when I was first introduced to a traditional Hatha yoga class, that was 7 years ago. From that point I started to learn and practice the beautiful art of Yoga. After attending many classes I realized that it was my destiny to become a Yoga Instructor and start spreading my knowledge through teaching yoga to people all around the world.
I studied in India, the motherland and home of Yoga. The experience of being taught by authentic vastly knowledgeable local teachers which was free from polluted interpretations and distortions has given me a huge advantage. Learning yoga from a school, where the guiding source is a living enlightened masters and monks is like drinking water from the river at its origin where it is so pure.
Through my Yoga classes the aims to clearly explain the what, why’s and how’s of asana, breathing, meditation and yogic philosophy making the practice approachable for everyone, of every level and of every walk of life. I share this knowledge with all my students, so they can practice wisely, sustainably and mindfully.
Qualifications and certifications:
- Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) and Children’s Yoga teacher (RCYT) with Yoga Alliance
- 200 hours Yoga Teachers Training Course by Govardhan School of Yoga, India
- 95 hours Kids Yoga Teachers Training Course by Divine Light Yoga, United Kingdom
- 85 hours Prenatal/Postnatal Teachers Training Course by Sally Parkers Yoga, United Kingdom
- Diploma in Yoga Education by Yoga Vidya Gurukul, Nashik, India
- Participation in Happiness Yoga Festival, Bahrain, November 2019
- Workshop on Breathing techniques and Meditation, January 2019
- Participation in Yoga Festival, X Yoga Dubai, December 2018
Can’t decide between Yoga and Pilates? Then try Yogalates, a blend of the two that combines the benefits of strength training of Pilates and the flexibility of Yoga in one session.
This class incorporates exercises for all parts of the body, concentrates strength in the middle (abdominal area, buttocks and lower back), the body develops harmoniously, stretching muscles, toning the body, improving posture and developing coordination. As it improves breathing, circulation and energy levels, Yogalates speeds up metabolism, so combined with good nutrition, this type of exercise can be used very effectively for weight loss.
Yogalates is designed to strengthen both the mind and the body through the combination of poses and exercises. All levels are welcome.
Yang Yin Yoga
Yang Yin Yoga blends two styles of yoga into one practice – bringing together the benefits of passively holding yoga poses with more dynamic sequences and standing postures.
Yin and Yang are the Taoist concepts which describe the two relative qualities present in everything. Yin is more internal, passive, cooling and downward. While Yang is more external, dynamic, warming and upward.
This class is suitable for all levels. Beginners welcome.
Yoga for Beginners
Learn the fundamentals of the asana (physical) practice in a comfortable atmosphere with others who are new to yoga. Postures are broken down to show proper alignment, breath and core control.
This class prepares you for the different styles of yoga that are offered at our studio.
Gentle Yoga Flow
Practice yoga in a way that completely honours your body, and bring peace, balance, and harmony to your mind, body, heart, and soul. We will explore various styles of gentle yoga, slow flow including comfortable Hatha stretches, yoga therapy, restorative postures, yoga Nidra and meditation.
This class is particularly suitable for beginners and everyone else to. Modified versions of some postures will be given.
Yoga for Seniors
You are never too old to reap the rewards of yoga. For seniors who are looking for a safe, effective way to enhance their physical health and overall wellness, the stretching, breathing, and meditation practices of Yoga for Seniors can be a great solution.
This class is perfect for tired or sore muscles, ideal for beginners, seniors or those seeking slow and mindful practice to balance out the bustle and improve better sleep.
The only equipment that’s needed is a sturdy chair, cushion and blanket. An optional accessory is a belt or strap to aid in stretching.
This class is suitable from the 14th week of your pregnancy up until full term and it is designed to make expectant mothers feel nurtured and cared for in this period of profound changes. The physical and mental demands of pregnancy and motherhood may loom large at this point but there is no better way to address a changing body and preoccupied mind than an intelligent and soothing yoga practice that includes positive visualisation, deep relaxation and plenty of opportunities to bond with your unborn baby. A great way to start your journey into motherhood!
Post Natal or Mom & Baby Yoga
Post natal yoga focuses on bringing structural integrity back to your body, helping to realign the spine and pelvis. Common problems such as back pain are relieved, and you will also learn breath awareness and relaxation techniques, which help to increase energy. We focus on the abdominals – core and back strength gently persuading the body in its recovery. We get to know our babies and build confidence and through gentle baby yoga moves we help create a nurturing and fun environment for them to thrive.
Babies benefit from gentle baby yoga postures with songs and laughter, it’s a fun class that is fully inclusive for both Mum and Baby. Class can be commenced from 6-10 weeks post delivery and you can remain in class for as long as you wish.
Family Yoga is so AWESOME! It is a great time to spend healthy and happy, quality time together.
Family is so important, and time and care are needed to nurture it and make it work; yoga is perfect for this! Children, parents, carers and even grandparents and get to enjoy practicing yoga together and strengthen their bonds while they support each other and have fun.
Among the many benefits, family yoga:
- promotes adaptability, confidence and excellent self-esteem
- alleviates anxiety and depression and reduces stress
- enhances flexibility, strength and increases muscle tone, motor skills and awareness of body
- teaches how to self-regulate emotions
- improves behaviour and sleeping patterns
- strengthens family bonds and improves communication
Yoga, Breath and Meditation
The class begins with warm up, followed by an energetic flow to settle the body, followed by Pranayama (breathing practices) techniques to help quiet and steady the mind before the class ends in meditation and relaxation.
You will leave with a sense of clarity and feel balanced in body and mind. Come join us for some quiet time.
Everyone Welcome. No previous experience necessary.