I started my yoga asana journey sporadically from age 17. However I remember questioning "beingness" from age 7. In hindsight, this questioning was about the soul and who actually sees - I was a yogi from the start! Yoga for me is about remembering my essence and the reflection of this essence all around and within me.
I completed my first TT at Power Living and later 300 hours with Embodied Flow. I considered Tara Judelle and Scott Lyons teachers and mentors, I think what they've created with Embodied Flow is really revolutionary and nurtures a deeper experience of embodied oneness - than I've ever previously experienced.
I like to occasionally give nurturing hands on assists.
I love to theme my classes in a way that teaches us to deepen our connection to our bodies and truely inhabit them as pathway or experience of awakening.
Sequencing: Pick a philosophical theme and explore how to use the body and the senses to have an embodied experience of that concept.
The yearning to feel deeply connected to love, the yearning to enjoy my life as it is, the yearning to teach others to feel held and supported beyond their human suffering.
My own yoga practice has less and less rules, I try to explore moment to moment flow and not be bound by a plan, rather explore intuitively. My own practice involves a moving meditation, however that looks.
Tara Judelle, Mei Lai Swan.
Love, humour and depth.
Currently I like teaching a class on the heart, moment to moment presence - using the spine as a central axis for balance between effort and ease.
Yoga for me is about remembering my essence and the reflection of this essence all around and within me.
I do group training at my workplace. I work out! ;)
Immersions with my teachers! Or the river in Warrandyte.
Oprah (teenage dream), Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, Merleau-Ponty, And definitely a wonderful astrologer - I'm just not sure yet who I'd choose.
I'm teaching, presenting on stage or dancing - when I'm in flow.