I began practicing Yoga many years ago whilst training for the Hong Kong marathon. I found that as the miles added up, so did the aches and pains in my body. I decided I would try yoga, hoping it would help me make it to race day. Well it delivered on that, but so much more. From my first time stepping on the mat, I knew that yoga had so much to offer.

Through my practice, I have seen yoga as a great model for living a full life. I believe that everything experienced on the mat translates into lessons we can take into all aspects of our lives: acceptance of self – and others; and how to be fully present, experiencing and appreciating all moments. Through these lessons we can become calmer, more peaceful, and more connected to others. Through teaching yoga, I hope to impart a feeling of contentment, a state where each student can be fully understanding and grateful for all the wonderful blessings in their own lives.

I have been teaching since 2011 after completing my 200-hour Teacher Training with Purna Yoga in Byron Bay. I went on to complete my 500-hour Teacher Training with Purna Yoga in 2013. I am dedicated to my studies, continuing to attend several workshops and trainings, including a 100-hour Hot Yoga Master Immersion with Copper Crow, 50-hour Hot Yoga Advanced Skills Teacher Training with Tomasz Goetel, 40-hour Power Yoga Teacher Training with Bryan Kest, a 200-hour Universal Yoga certification with Andrey Lappa, followed by Yin Yoga and Anatomy Immersion with Pure Yoga Singapore. I then continued my Yin Yoga studies with Melanie McLaughlin. Most recently I have completed Meditation Teacher Training with the Yoga Social, and “Yoga for Grown-ups” Teacher Training with Maria Kirsten.


I am a senior yoga teacher and yoga course presenter. I discovered yoga as a dancer and performer in the early 90’s and trained in an ashram studying Yoga and Meditation. This classical approach gave me as much knowledge about meditation, mantra, chanting and philosophy, as it did yoga asana. Yoga became a way of life for me, and fast forward 25 years and I’m still hooked! 
I live with claustrophobia, so understand the importance of connection with breath and clearing the mind, and yoga has given me the techniques to take control of situations if I’m feeling uncomfortable. I completely and wholeheartedly swear on yoga as a way to calm my mind, and want to share this gift with others. I’m on a mission to help students understand the deeper intention of yoga. There’s so much more to yoga than downward facing dog!
I’m also a crazy cat lady and lover of David Bowie 🙂 


I was first introduced to yoga in 2009 soon after the birth of our first son. After my first class, I went every day for the next 10 days and was hooked! Initially it helped with aches and pains as I started rebuilding some core strength. Then I started to notice feelings of stress release or elation after practice. Soon I wanted to be on the mat every day if possible and my days were planned around when I could get to practise.
I did my first Teacher Training in 2016 in Vinyasa and have since completed Advanced modules on the Spine and the Pelvic Girdle and added yin qualifications in 2017 with an advanced Yin module in 2019.

My regular yoga practice has taught me more about my physical, emotional and spiritual self than anything else. I don’t strive for perfection on the mat, I laugh at myself often and don’t take anything too seriously. I feel privileged to work in an area I feel so passionate about.

Yoga has helped me be a better parent, make better choices, and be a more balanced person. I relish sharing my love of yoga with others as I believe it makes more and more sense in the hectic pace of todays world. I find it fascinating that the more I learn about it, the more there is to learn. Come join me on the mat, see what we can learn together.



I’ve been practising yoga since 2007 before the birth of my first child, although it’s the past 5 years that I’ve settled into the practise consistently. Initially, I was drawn to yoga after the birth of my twins, as I needed to find some space for myself. I was grateful to be rebuilding strength after a twin pregnancy, and was aware of the consistency & growth I was seeing in my personal practise. The philosophical & spiritual principles within yoga were something I was drawn to also, and I became aware of the changes in my mindset & my outlook on challenging situations.

I started my teaching journey by completing a 30Hr Kids Yoga Teacher Training, so that I was equipped to teach my children in a language they could connect with, and soon after, realised that I wanted to pursue a 200Hr TT so I could connect with adults in the same way. I’ve loved teaching strong, powerful Vinyasa classes to a variety of students over the past 2 years, and appreciate that whilst I am at the front of the class, I am constantly learning & evolving as a teacher.

In my classes, you can expect a playful yet powerful flow where we explore the Asana together. I will hold space for self-reflection & posture exploration, inevitably mix my lefts & rights once or twice, & never take myself too seriously.


I started yoga over 20 years ago when I was in the final years of school, mainly because I loved fitness and running, but it had left my body feeling tight and inflexible – and I really wanted to be able to touch my toes! I eventually discovered the vigorous practice of Ashtanga yoga, which I have been dedicated to for over 10 years and I love the strength and progressive nature of this style of yoga.

I also teach yin yoga, the perfect complement to busy lifestyles, and I love the meditative aspect of this practice. Over years of practice, I can appreciate the tremendous spiritual and mental benefits yoga has brought to my everyday life.

My classes combine my anatomy and science knowledge from my 17 year career as a pharmacist, as well as  my massage training and yoga experience, to create yoga sequences for athletes as well as the general public, including therapy ball work to release trigger points and knots.

I have studied and trained with many Ashtanga teachers including David, Simi and Youngblood Roche, Gregor Maehle, Monica Gauci, David Swenson and Kino Macgregor, as well as Yoga Therapy with Flo Fenton. I have studied Yin Yoga with Jennifer Crescenzo and Jo Phee. I am an eternal student and look forward to bringing you a cumulation of knowledge in my classes.


For the last decade, I’ve been exploring what a genuine spiritual practice looks and feels like. I’ve explored many disciplines and found value, truth and wisdom in each. What began as a curious exploration of yoga, soon became a powerful attraction. In the past years, I’ve practiced yoga in many styles and on multiple continents.

I understand yoga as a journey towards higher Self. My time on the mat began to translate to life off the mat in tangible ways. As my understanding of the yogic path has deepened, so has my self-acceptance. This led me to a teacher training in 2017 so that I too could share yoga with others. I have since continued my education with ongoing workshops and a 50hr Yin Yoga training (2019).

My classes are sequenced in a way to deepen ones’ practice, whilst simultaneously holding a space that feels less like the ‘holier than thou’ guru and more like your friendly mate. I love exploring together the delicate balance of effort/ease and strength/softness on the mat. Body and breath awareness are also strongly supported in my classes.

I believe that yoga cultivates an honoring of self which leads to love of all beings and Gaia herself. I invite anyone and everyone to join me on the mat, and let’s breathe together for a while.


My yoga journey began almost 10 years ago as a physical practice to try and improve my relationship with my body and mind. I soon recognised the transformative and healing aspects of the practice and yoga became a lifestyle, providing greater peace, self awareness and inner connection.
Yoga has helped me to know who I am and has empowered me to be stronger, braver and more flexible in body and mind both on and off the mat.
I am passionate about sharing the benefits of yoga and my love of movement which led me to complete my teacher training. For me yoga sparks continual self enquiry and a curiosity to learn more. The dedication to my personal practice is shown through continual ongoing study. I am currently completing my advanced teacher training.
In my classes you can expect fun, creative and intelligent sequencing and theming with an anatomical focus on the balance of strength/stability and mobility. I like to encourage intuitive and functional movement with an emphasis on pose integrity so students can feel good while exploring new possibilities.
My aim is to provide an inclusive environment so you leave feeling uplifted, rejuvenated, empowered and ready for whatever the universe may throw your way.


After 15 years as a yoga devotee, I completed my first Yoga teacher training in 2017. Through my yoga practice I have experienced the shift from the asana to a place of peace. By adding the study of yoga I continue to develop the knowledge and experience of a life lived through the eight limbs. 

My own yoga background is an Ashtanga-Vinyasa dynamic style. However as nothing remains constant, this too has adapted to accommodate changes in the physical body. My practice is diverse, sometimes fast and sometimes very slow. I relish the benefits and the calm that remains long after the practice has finished and how it provides a pathway for navigating life. I look forward to sharing my yoga experiences and joining the Kanti community.


Born to be a traveler, I have practiced and taught yoga around the world. Certified to teach a variety of styles, I enjoy teaching Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Yin yoga the most.

Not one for too much routine, teaching yoga classes in the Fleurieu Peninsula and Adelaide is only a fraction of the things I keep busy with. I also manage and teach at yoga teacher trainings in Bali and at yoga retreats in Myanmar. Combining my yoga experience with a health coaching certificate, I organise special Yoga & Health Management programs, helping people with chronic conditions to find back their health.

On the side, I blog about my (yoga) adventures and in my spare time, I try to keep up a daily Ashtanga practice, eat and drink a lot of good food between regular fasting days and travel as much as possible. Yoga is my lifestyle and that’s what I try to convey during my classes.

If you don’t care about fancy poses on Instagram, want to be yourself, are looking for your own balance and want to learn what’s right for you and your body, you will like my style!


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