Yoga has been in my life for more than two decades and like many, in the beginning I was drawn to the physicality of asana (yoga postures). I welcomed the feeling of vitality, suppleness and strength I gained to oppose long hours spent sitting at my desk job. Over time, I found the the more subtle and gradual changes that happen slowly are even more profound. Yoga takes us on a journey of self-discovery. It teaches us self-awareness, to let go of what does not serve us and it changes how we interact with the world. Yoga lets us release attachment to identity, bringing us closer to our true nature. It's where we find steadiness, comfort and ease - and a sense of coming home.

"Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured."  B.K.S. Iyenger


Some of the benefits you could expect from a regular yoga practice:

Whether you're a curious beginner, wanting to re-establish your practice after a break or an experienced practitioner, appropriate options and modifications are offered that allow you to personalise and own your practice.


Community group yoga classes are held on Saturday mornings at
Drummoyne Community Centre. 

Want a class at a place and time of your choosing? Ask about a private yoga.

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About me

My yoga journey started shortly after losing my mother, when I wanted to understand why chronic illness develops in a seemingly healthy person. I read about studies that revealed the relationship between lifestyle and even our thoughts and attitudes with our health and well being. I learned that yoga and meditation could make significant positive changes in people with all kinds of health issues. I was young and healthy and I began to think about how I wanted to age. This is what brought me to my first yoga class in 1998.

After 20 years of dedicated practice (and at times not so dedicated - I am human after all), I realised that yoga was central to my wellbeing and I wanted to share it with others. In late 2018, I commenced my studies with one of Australia's most reputable and comprehensive yoga schools, gaining my 460 hour Diploma of Yoga Teaching with the International Yoga Teachers Association (IYTA) in 2020.

As a yoga teacher, I want to help people find awareness of how they move and interact with the world and find steadiness and ease, both on and off the mat. 

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Further study