Yoga is one of my passions. I have been a student of yoga since 2000 and a teacher since 2007. Yoga is very much part of my life. I am fortunate to have studied with some of the world’s finest teachers, including Judith Hanson-Lasater, Donna Farhi, Simon Borg-Olivier, David Life & Sharron Gannon, Janice Clarfield, Janice Eliovson, Mark O’Brien and Joan Miller.

In March 2011 I attended the International Yoga Festival on the banks of the Ganges River at Rishikesh, India. This experience galvanised a host of yogic concepts for me, introduced me to teachers from around the globe and gave me important perspective on the fine quality of teaching we have in Australia which I hope to be a part of for many years to come.

I have taught corporate classes, prenatal, restorative yoga, mums & bubs as well as all manner of general Hatha yoga classes. I tailor each class to the participants needs and capabilities with a common focus of connecting the body and mind with the breath. I currently teach private clients and small groups in Sydney. From time to time I run workshops and retreats that combine yoga and knitting which are great fun. I also teach at yoga retreats, knitting camps and for corporate clients wanting to offer yoga as part of their wellbeing programmes.

I practise yoga whenever and wherever I can. From begining the day with quiet meditation to focusing on my breathing waiting for a train.

As B.K.S.Iyengar said “If you can breath, you can do yoga”.

Contact me for more information about classes through this blog or at

Om shanti


2 Responses to Yoga

  1. Joanne says:

    Hi there do you do private classes at client’s homes? I live in Wahroonga and am interested in hiring a yoga teacher to run regular classes for myself and my parents.

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