About MeYoga is a life practice that I love sharing and making accessible for everyone
Welcome to my website…
Living on purpose…
Born in Zimbabwe and then having lived both in the UK and Zimbabwe, I now am loving living in Eastbourne.
Moving continents has made me realise that my home is where ever I am, and that the key is to be connected to myself, and to everyone and everything around me. This search has taken me through the whole world of psychology and counselling, yoga, mindfulness and meditation.
Yoga has been the constant anchor in my life since my first class 25 years ago. My journey with it, both as a student and a teacher, continues changing day by day. It started by being more physical with a focus on particular achieving particular poses, to a practice of being increasingly present and kind towards my body moment by moment, and being playful with the poses and making them work for me. My classes are now created by what is inspiring me in that moment and to the person or people in front of me. In one day I may find myself teaching the beautifully simple technique of just noticing the breath as if for the first time, with someone in a wheel chair, those in an intermediate adult class and to a class of 5 year olds.
“Yoga does not just change the way we see things. It transforms the person who sees.” Iyengar
I’ve also discovered Byron Katie’s The Work, an enquiry-based meditation which I find compliments and enhances everything I’ve learned along the way. It’s simple, it works, and I love the way it empowers me to heal myself. If counselling and yoga have helped me find a peaceful space between my thoughts, The Work is a meditation which makes that space wider and enables me to live in that space more in my everyday life.
And so I continue to explore and share that which helps me connect, and which helps me be more compassionate towards myself. I love sharing my discoveries along the way, both as a yoga teacher and through my workshops and training.
I’d love to hear from you if you have any questions or thoughts.
“My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.” Dalai Lama