Allow Me To Introduce Myself
I unofficially started teaching yoga while living in London. A couple of my neighbours knew that I was regularly going to class, but they were too intimidated to join, so asked if I could loosely teach them in my living room and of course I happily obliged. I trained to be a yoga teacher because it’s something that I deeply care about and I also wanted another option besides working in a coffee shop (I’ve had many coffee shop jobs).
I split my time between the business of yoga studio, teaching, studying & practicing yoga and being an artist & an art tutor. I completed my MA at Camberwell college of Art while working part-time as Assistant Manager of Shops at Tate Britain & Tate Modern. I thought that I had peeked, working at Tate, until I realised corporate retail is bullshit and returned to working in a coffee shop (they are convenient jobs, to maintain an art practice).
Thankfully time has lead me to run my own yoga studio and become a yoga teacher, a yoga teacher that is forever learning and obviously making mistakes as I go. I very much appreciate everyone who comes to each class at the studio and look forward to meeting many more students as the studio grows.