My first experience of yoga was discovering a book of asanas in my parent’s library when I was 10. I immediately fell in love with the postures and tried to copy them from the pictures, practising in secret.
Later in life my practice became more serious and I began practising regularly in 2009. In 2014 I went to India for a Yoga Retreat and since then I have been devoted to daily self-practice of asana(postures), pranayama(breathing techniques) and meditation in my quest to discover my true self.
Upon my return from India, I started sharing my knowledge with co-workers and friends. I shared my practice twice a week at work.
In search of a more meaningful and fulfilling life, and after working for many years in the Airline/Travel industry, I decided to give up my long-term career to follow my passion for yoga. I left my position as a Sales-Support Manager and went back to India for an intense, profound and life changing experience to become a qualified yoga teacher.
I spent three months in Rishikesh at the foothills of the Himalayas to learn from the source. I had private tuition 5 to 6 hours a day, 6 times a week with Sonu Badoni at Om Yog Shala, then went to Rishikesh Yog Dahm Ashram for my 200 h Teacher’s Training Course and then to Shiva Yoga Peeth Ashram for my 300 h course where I qualified as a 500 hours Hatha Yoga Teacher.
Back to London, I started teaching professionally. I now dedicate my time and energy to the wonderful path of yoga, as a teacher and a lifelong student.
I feel deep gratitude towards my wonderful and beloved teachers.