About MeI began my yoga journey over 4 and a half years ago when I stumbled across a class at my local gym and I connected with the practise on a very deep and personal level. It was love at first sight and I started delving into my yoga practise just wanting more and more: marriage, kids, etc…
Spring of 2015, I ventured to Goa to complete my 200hr teacher training in Ashtanga Vinyasa flow at the Kranti Yoga School. I had the time of my life although it was intense and hard work; studying parts of the practise I’d never really explored such as anatomy, philosophy and kriyas.
It took me about a year and a half of practising yoga all over the world (I was an international air hostess FYI) before I realised that I had to be brave, take the plunge and teach yoga full time. I was already teaching privately and balancing both jobs side by side but something had to give.
I now teach yoga full time and I haven’t looked back. I have a variety of classes across East Sussex but I predominantly teach 1-2-1 private classes.
Earlier in the year Annie furthered her training with Dylan Werner in an andanced YTT at Indaba Studios in London and then more recently in Kuala Lumpur at his 30 hour accredited workshop. Elements of anatomy are commonly woven into her classes to help educate students about their bodies and to encourage consistent refinement in asanas. Annie uses hands on assists believing this is a tool to help students build muscle memory and further discover their potential.
I teach vinyasa flow yoga connecting the movement to the breath creating a dynamic moving meditation benefitting the mind, body and soul. We also explore pranayama and meditation. I teach all ages and levels, from complete beginners to advanced practitioners. Yoga is for every body!
In a private class I can guide you through the Ashtanga Primary Series. Ashtanga is an athletic flow combining strength, flexibility and stamina for a complete practice.
Ashtanga is different from many yoga classes that I teach such as Vinyasa Flow as the order of asanas is completely predefined. It is a set series. A practice will comprise four main parts: an “opening sequence,” one of the six main “series”, a back-bending sequence, and a set of inverted asanas, referred to as the “finishing sequence.” For this, I recommend a 90 minute class