Yoga has become a practice of awareness, self-acceptance, and gratitude for Jennifer. She took the plunge 10 years ago and started developing her own yoga studio inviting her students to practice in a warm, comfortable environment.
Jennifer acknowledges that ‘one size does not fit all’ and embraces individual uniqueness. She has studied yoga extensively over the years, attaining knowledge within a wide range of yoga, which brings value to her teaching, workshops, and retreats. Her classes offer traditional yoga with a dose of creativity and fun!
She has a wonderful team at Anahata embracing her values and adding towards Anahata's student’s yoga experience. Jennifer looks forward to seeing you on the mat!
Hello! I’m so excited to be part of your yoga journey.
Yoga has been a part of my life for over 20 years. Through my yoga practice, I have found freedom and release in the relationship with the mind, body, and breath. The experience of a yoga practice is forever changing, accepting the very moment you are in, being authentic, non-judgemental and compassionate with yourself and others – on and off the mat.
I completed my Level 1 200 Hours Yoga Alliance Teacher Training with the highly respected Lance Schuler of Inspya Yoga. I am so grateful for the opportunity to share my experience as a teacher with you and be part of your yoga journey. As a teacher, you are always a student of the practice.
I look forward to meeting in person, see you on the mat!
I love Yoga, and that led me to complete my teacher's training with Lance Schuler and his team from Insypa Yoga.
I have continued my yoga education with different teachers and different disciplines. I practice both Yin and Yang yoga, both offer a great benefit to mind, body, and spirit. I enjoy teaching and passing on my learning and look forward to seeing you on the mat.
I have been practicing yoga for 20 years.
I was introduced to yoga as a way to build strength and stretch after an overuse injury and after a few classes, I found that yoga quickly become apart of my life.
I have practiced different styles of yoga including Ashtanga and Yin and completed level 1 teachers training in 2014
The most rewarding part of being a teacher is watching students develop through their practice whether their reason for attending class is for developing strength, flexibility, mindfulness or relaxation.
I always loved yoga but after the birth of my first daughter, yoga became essential to my health, physically, mentally, and emotionally.
In 2017 I embarked on my YTT200 Teachers Training and have additional training and a passion for working with pre and postnatal women. Supporting them through their journey of motherhood.
I love bringing the mummy community together.
My Mums & Bubs classes are designed to be relaxing whilst gently bringing movement back to your body in a safe and organic way. They are also designed for mums to get to know other mums with babies the same age and often head off for coffee after :)
Working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for 30 years I have seen the benefits of incorporating yoga into my work on a daily basis. So in 2014, I completed level1 Hatha yoga training.
For me, the privilege of teaching yoga is about trusting that I have something to offer in my own way. Yoga is a great way to manage your health, stay strong and flexible in body and mind.
My background is in physiotherapy and I discovered Pilates many years ago when I was working in a gym on an outpatient basis and my boss sent a group of us for instructor training.
I have always felt Pilates brings out the best in people, it is so versatile and concentrates on whole-body health. Whether you want to improve strength, agility, and fitness or rehabilitate after an injury this method of exercise has something to offer everyone.