Teaching since 2003 and drawing inspiration from functional anatomy and the Vinyasa Krama method, Anna
tailors her sequences to take into account the inherent movement patterns and physical imbalances so
commonly habituated by our modern urban chair sitting lifestyles. Both challenging and nurturing, her
classes are structured to work in layers that slowly build in intensity, with enough repetition so you
experience progress, but also variation so you continue to be challenged. Biomechanically preparing your
muscles, connective tissue and nervous system so that the physical challenges are both safe, and available.
She teaches with warmth and presence in a style that is both inclusive and accessible.
“Yoga reconnects you with the present moment, allowing you to arrive back in your body. Letting go of the
need to know what is coming next, and the anxiety that often accompanies that need. It is this profound
connection that makes yoga such a transformational practice.”
She returns regularly to teach and study with Julie Martin of Brahmani Yoga, Goa, India.