I have a passion for all things food and yoga and feel that both go hand in hand to improve overall health and wellbeing. 

My interest in food grew as I started messing about in the kitchen, coming up with healthy (and sometimes unusual!) dishes. I could see the wonderful effects good food was having on me, and my family,  so I continued to look further into the science behind nutrition, which led me to study Nutritional Therapy. I've since qualified as a Nutritional Therapist and Yoga Teacher, moving away from my career in science, where I qualified as a Microbiologist at Trinity College and worked for 9 years managing clinical trials in the pharmaceutical industry.

Yoga has been a staple in my life for many years, it's often been my yoga practice that has gotten me through difficult days, and I notice that days when I practice, even just 10 minutes, makes a huge difference to my outlook for the day. I started to teach a few friends yoga in my kitchen and found sharing my love of yoga and seeing the benefits others get really spurred me on to become a yoga teacher. I'm so grateful I get to share the wonderful benefits of yoga with my students and absolutely love teaching classes.

I love to experiment both in the kitchen and on the yoga mat bringing fun and excitement into my classes, where you can expect challenge, lightness and laughter!