I feel like condensing everything about me into a little paragraph is difficult, as it would be for anyone, I don't think anything I write here will truly tell you 'about me' so I'll try and give you a small insight. I am a born and bred South East Londoner, that fell in love with Hackney, before leaving London for a life by the sea in Hastings, with my fiance, our son and our two dogs. 


My love for aerial goes all the way back to visiting the circus as a child, and though I'm afraid of heights, and hate anything that spins, I have somehow managed to carve a career out of being largely upside down, in the air, spinning. I love it. Pole is my main aerial discipline, but I teach and train hammocks, silks and hoop, additionally.

Yoga came into my life at a time when I desperately needed some respite from stresses, aches and tensions. It was life changing. After practicing for many years, I decided to train as a yoga teacher and turn my hobby into a career, in the hopes that I might be able to help others at a similar place in their life that I was, or just show my students the beauty of breath and movement, how good our bodies can feel and the reasons behind every stretch, breath and pose.

My teaching style is gentle, inclusive, encouraging and thorough. Celebrating how our bodies feel before how they look. I like to add a little humour to my classes, life is too short to be serious. It's so important to me that we leave our egos behind when we come to practice and meet ourselves with acceptance (and a bit of a giggle) on the mat, or in the air!


  • 200hr RYT 

  • Certified Aerial Yoga Teacher

  • Certified Yin Yoga teacher

  • Certified Ayurveda Specialist

  • Certified Restorative Yoga Teacher

  • Certified Chair Yoga Teacher

  • Level 3 Pre & Postnatal

  • Level 3 Yoga YMCA

  • Level 3 Pilates YMCA

  • Level 3 First Aid Certified

  • Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology