When I look back I have always taught in some way.  I would teach my fellow dance students dances for competitions when I was a kid, then dance classes at my dance school as a young adult and then aerobics classes all through my twenties.  I discovered my love for yoga in my thirties and then started teaching yoga in 2006.  So, its fair to say that I love to teach.

As well as teaching, I also love to learn.  As I have always been interested in health and the mind/body connection I have trained in massage, reflexology, hypnotherapy and hypnobirthing.  I have been a hypnotherapist and hypnobirthing teacher since 2006.  I also love to help people and I have helped so many people to achieve goals, overcome obstacles and have great births over the years.

When I hit forty I wanted another challenge so I did a degree in Midwifery at Greenwich University for three years and then I worked as a midwife for a year.  I did this whilst still teaching yoga, hypnobirthing and having hypnotherapy clients.  Midwifery was a great experience but it never felt like my calling.  I went back to my true passion of helping people with hypnobirthing, hypnotherapy and yoga with a different perspective. I could see the difference in labouring women so clearly – the women who had prepared mentally and women who hadn’t. So, here I am – doing what I love, and loving what I do.


Hypnotherapy training at the Imperial College London with The London College of Clinical Hypnosis and graduating in 2006. Registered with The British Society of Clinical Hypnosis.

Hypnobirthing training in the Mongan Method and with KGHypnobirthing teaching couples since 2006.

Yoga teacher training in the Sivananda tradition and teaching yoga since 2006 with qualifications in pre and postnatal yoga.

Midwifery 1st class honours degree at Greenwich University 2012.