Becky has been practicing yoga since she was in her early teens, during this time, her focus was very much on the physical aspect of yoga. The movement and the challenge. It was only when she started practicing more and more regularly after a sporting injury she found that what yoga actually helped her discover was herself. Moving her body was just the doorway to opening her mind.
This inspired Becky to be a guide for others to do the same. Whatever your reason for doing yoga, it is personal, individual to you. Becky’s hope is that you feel comfortable enough to truly surrender into your practice with her.
During Becky’s classes you can expect a well rounded practice, after completing multiple trainings over the more recent years Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin, Roll and Release, meditation and pranayama and more, Becky invites these modalities into her teachings to provide you with a practice that builds strength physically and mentally, understanding your bodies needs each day. All while opening up your heart and mind through practice.
‘We allow ourselves to take a step back from the goal of achieving a pose and simply arrive in the present moment together.’