Welcome to all things (somewhat) RAD!

I am thirty-something London based Brit whose yoga journey quite literally started with a bang after I was hit by a van while cycling to work in 2015. Broken bones and lots of soft tissue damage ensued and months later when I still couldn't lift my arm above my head, I turned to yoga to heal myself. I had never done any form of movement/dance/gymnastics, couldn't touch my toes or do a press-up, and was (am!) working 60+ hours a week at a desk. You can read more about this in my blog series My Yoga Journey.

It's been a slow and at times tough journey, but now I have a consistent and meaningful yoga practice. My asana practice mostly now consisting of self-practice in my kitchen with my cats, in the snippets of time I can carve out in between work and family life, especially as I recently became a mother.

And now I have written and released a book to help you CREATE and SUSTAIN your very own fulfilling independent yoga practice

This came out of a series of sold-out workshops I have taught on to enable people to practice yoga all by themselves. I share my own unique method for learning to create and sustain a truly fulfilling yoga self practice. Because having a yoga practice which consistently fits into my very busy life  is what truly changed it. And I can help you find the same.

It's called The Book of Yoga Self Practice (original hey?!) and you can read more about it here...


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The Book of Yoga Self Practice

The Yoga Self Practice Community

My PersonalYoga Journey

Click below to see my Instagram feed, or head across to the Blog to see posts on why I got into yoga, how I developed a self-practice, my teacher training, what I'm currently working on, and much much more.

Head to Yoga Self Practice for more resources - the book, blogs, and soon to be much MUCH more - for everything to help you start, create and sustain a fulfilling independent yoga practice.

See the Classes & Events section of this site for all the latest on the yoga teaching side of my life.

 And lastly, do reach out via the Contact page to inquire about private classes, arranging workshops, to discuss me teaching at your studio or event, or to propose another type of collaboration.

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