In 2011, disenchanted by my fashion career, I decided to swap luxury rags for sweaty shorts to become a Bikram yoga teacher. I have been fully committed to teaching yoga full time since then. Throughout my years of teaching and practicing different styles of yoga, I realised the magnitude of what yoga truly is – a physical, spiritual and ethical practice. I have since trained in Jivamukti Yoga, Vinyasa flow, Prenatal yoga and taken a number of anatomy courses. As well as teaching yoga to the general public, I specialise in teaching bespoke private yoga sequences including Yin, Vinyasa, Prenatal and yoga therapy for specific conditions. Throughout my years of teaching, I have come to realise the extent to which we all have different bodies and life experiences, making each individual unique. Yoga, in all its aspects, is a path to balance therefore I incorporate different asana sequences into my classes and include Sanskrit chanting, meditation, Nidra and breathing exercises. Yoga continuously challenges you, changes and shapes you in ways you will not believe. The practice of yoga is a harmonising self-study, which helps to align one with inner and outer peace, as well as the earth and all its inhabitants.