Anna’s relationship with yoga has evolved over the last 10 years, to become a form of physical activity to offer greater flexibility and strength, to being a way of life. Yoga is part of my daily ritual of self care, self exploration, and a necessary practice to help me be the person I want to be in the world.
Every time I come to the mat, I learn something new. Every time I leave the mat, I feel different, but at the same time, more connected to myself. This is what keeps me coming back again and again, and inspires me to share this transformative practice through my teaching.
I am lucky to be able to combine my yoga teaching with my work as a psychologist and mindfulness meditation teacher. I frequently incorporate elements of mindfulness and meditation into my yoga classes, supporting students to experience a more holistic mind, body, heart practice.
My classes include a combination of both slow and gentle with strong and dynamic with the aim of offering something for every body. Using breath as a guide to move the body, you’ll naturally find your own rhythm and pace, thus tuning into the natural rhythm of you.
My aim is to support students to connect with your body, your breath and a deeper state of wellbeing with the hope of supporting you to take what you experience on the mat to your everyday life.