There are many reasons for looking after your mind and body with exercise, including stress reduction, better posture, balanced strength and flexibility, increased muscle tone and bone density, greater endurance, reduced back pain and improved body awareness, balance and coordination. My own practice has helped me through 8 marathons, one pregnancy and passing my Royal Academy of Dance intermediate ballet exam as an adult!   

I currently teach group classes at a number of London studios and health clubs as well as individual sessions in SW London.  I've had the pleasure of working with everyone from celebrities, ballet dancers and Olympic athletes to friends, neighbours and people in my local community. 

I have contributed to "Health and Fitness", "Running Free, "Yoga Magazine," "Runner's World" and "Zest" magazine and have been featured in London's "Evening Standard", "The Telegraph", New Zealand's "Fitness Life" Sweden's "Fitness" magazine, "Women's Running", Women's Fitness", "Men's Running", "Yoga & Health", "The Metro", "Harper's Bazaar" and "The Financial Times".

I have also contributed to three books - "Triathlon Made Easy" by Zoe McDonald and Lisa Buckingham,  "Real Women Run" by Sam Murphy and "Everyone Try Yoga" by Victoria Woodhall and Jonathan Sattin.  

Key Qualifications

Astanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Certification (2001)
Relax and Renew™ Restorative Teacher Certification (2007)
BASI Pilates Mat Teacher Certification (2008)
Yoga for Runners Teacher Certification (2011)
Lifestyle Medicine for Stress Management - Harvard Medical School CME (2017)
Essentials of Yoga Therapy course (2017 - in progress)

Professional Memberships
British Association of Sport and Exercises Sciences
Register of Exercise Professionals, Level 3

England Athletics