This was an amazing experience! How did I not know about this sooner? The salt cave was extremely relaxing. Can’t wait to go back!
Shri Brahmananda said, “A miracle is a change in perspective”. Whether someone is just looking for the tools to live a healthier, more balanced life or is recovering from some form of trauma, the yogic path is transformational.
When I practice yoga it is a chance to get out of my head and the mundane of everyday life and connect breath, body and soul in the form of moving prayer to something transformative and divine. I discovered yoga in the early 1990’s and was immediately drawn to the timeless philosophy, while the asanas and pranayama helped my body recover from earlier childhood trauma. More than anything, I craved balance in a chaotic world and yoga was that for me. I began teaching in 2000, wanting to share with others the timeless tools of yoga. Whether practicing on the beach, in a studio, in church, a park, or alone, yoga connects us to something deeper, bigger, more meaningful, and to each other.
Over the years I have taught a wide variety of yoga students and have over 1,000 hours of study in pre-natal, kids, restorative, yin, chair, seniors, power, vinyasa, Ashtanga, Jivamukti, meditation, chakra yoga/meditation and recovery from trauma. I am 200 E-RYT in classic vinyasa and a Reiki practitioner. I live in Glasgow with my husband and two children where I love to cook delicious vegetarian meals, spend time with my four legged friends and teach and practice yoga and meditation in my home studio.