My style and approach to teaching yoga…
My aim in every class – whatever the style – is to enable students to leave feeling better than when they arrived. I am interested in finding the best language / means of communicating yoga’s teachings in a way that’s meaningful, practical and life enhancing to students living in the stressful, crazy modern present
My experience and training so far…
I began my formal training in 2008, which was a great escape from my day job as a TV producer. I completed the British Wheel of Yoga’s highly regarded 500hr teaching diploma with Tarik Dervish at Yoga Junction in 2012 and have been teaching full time ever since. In 2015 I completed a specialist Yin teacher training with Norman Blair and have lots more exciting workshops scheduled for the coming year.
The special quality I bring to Whitespace
I’ll leave that for our students to decide..!
What’s your favourite pose and why?
Downward facing dog – because it always feels brilliant. And, so many new students seem to fall for yoga when they crack this one…
The biggest thing Yoga has taught you?
There’s no one thing – it’s a discipline that seems to teach something about everything.
My favourite thing about working at Whitespace
The sense of community – the students and staff are all great and make the studio a lovely place to be.
A fun fact about me
I am Britain’s worst baker
You can find more info about Amy here