Slow. Strong. Whole-hearted.
Annie was drawn to yoga because of a love of movement. She quickly started pursuing what lay beneath the poses as various teachers and texts evoked curiosity. She has remained interested not just in the benefits of consistent practice, but in understanding how the practice leads to a sense of ease and contentment.
Annie trained in Vinyasa and Hatha with The School Yoga Institute, and undertook her advanced training through Jungle Yoga. She has also undertaken Embodied Flow training with Tara Judelle and kids yoga teacher training. With a background in dance teaching, Annie is a skilled communicator of body movement and alignment; her transition from practicing to teaching yoga came naturally.
Psychology study has instilled a particular interest in the relationship between Yoga and emotional wellbeing. Annie’s love of movement means she finds yoga a great platform for self-inquiry and believes that the holistic approach of yoga makes it an accessible technique for achieving a greater level of self awareness and connection.
Annie combines these interests to teach a strong, slow Vinyasa flow, with an emphasis on breath and technique.