"My Yoga journey started 8 years ago, I was mesmerised by all kinds of yoga poses on instagram and thought what the hell lets give it a go. I began to attend 1 or 2 classes a week. As my flexibility improved, I grew ever more intrigued by the philosophy of yoga and how this practice was helping me in day to day life. I was lucky enough to be able indulge in my passion and undertake a teacher training course at The Same Star Yoga School.
If you would have told a younger version of myself that I would be teaching yoga today my response would be “No Way! You can’t stand on your head and bend like that!”
And the TRUTH is, I still can’t.
Yoga is an individual practice, and everyone comes to the mat for a different reason. I believe that yoga classes should be fun, we should enjoy the journey and not the destination!
Why Wild Kula?
Wild Kula was originally born out of detachment from my own ego, I wanted to create a safe space for yogis to come and practice, whether that be for a fitness gain, to get away from the outside world or to just have a catch up!
Our core beliefs is that yoga should be fun and for everyone!
As most of you know I am a creative soul, after dipping my toe into many diverse hobbies and creative practices, I would like to think that Wild Kula is a way of ‘umbrella-ing’ all of these these passions.
Lets build a space for creative expression, growth and Community!