Having always been a fitness junkie, her yoga journey began in 2005 and has led to an ever-evolving practice. Previously working in the Design Industry in Interior Architecture, she saw the benefits of her yoga practice on her incredibly stressful and fast paced lifestyle which led her to pursue teaching to be able to share this with others.
With over 1000 hours of training under her belt having first trained in 2013 in vinyasa flow and has since trained with the Jivamukti Yoga School New York/London. 300 Hour in Costa Rica and then 500 hour apprenticeship at Jivamukti Yoga London. Amy has also trained in Yin yoga and Pregnancy yoga, studying under teachers Norman Blair, Uma Dinsmore-Tuli & Shiva Rea to name a few. Amy teaches on teacher trainings, runs international retreats and runs mentoring programmes for new yoga teachers.
Amys classes focus on alignment and breath, attuning the practice in such a way that the students are in a space to balance body, mind and soul, while becoming holistically stronger and increasing flexibility. She aims to create a place where students feel inspired and empowered and that they leave the class feeling uplifted and energised.