Since 2016, I have been working as a Yoga Teacher after studying in Rishikesh, India. Yoga to me is more than a physical practice, but rather a lifestyle. Working with the chakras and yogic philosophy allows me to empower students through subtle, gentle practices which are often most transformative of all. I am particularly passionate about nature and enjoy guiding groups on mindful walking experiences, allowing us to connect with the sacred land around us here in Ireland. I host regular retreats, workshops and other experiences in both Ireland and abroad.
With energy healing an important part of my life, I have also trained as a Reiki Master which adds a special element to my work as a Yoga Teacher. Recently, I have embarked on the journey of ‘Red Alchemy’ - a training which celebrates and embraces the cyclical nature of women, menstruation and the other life cycles which correlate with our own. Using this knowledge to our advantage, we have the ability to become stronger, wiser and happier women. Im am also currently enrolled in the Celtic Wheel which enables me to connect to the knowledge & traditions of my ancestors.
Having trained in Yin and Pregnancy Yoga as well as receiving a certificate of completion from Oxford Centre in Hindu Studies, I am impassioned to create a brave environment that is inclusive to all, regardless of gender, body type, age, race or socioeconomic background. Therefore, I happily offer concession rates to those of less financial means.
Whether through yoga, a natural lifestyle or swimming in the Irish sea, I believe that we all hold the ability to heal ourselves. Embracing our differences allows us to find the perfect individual practice for each one of us. Working as a Yoga Teacher and Reiki Master, I am gifted with the tools to help others to stay calm in difficult situations, connect with their true selves and ultimately embark upon their own healing journey.
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The Bhagavad Gita
"Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, to the self.”