Welcome to Yogahari Healing.
Slow down your life!
Reclaim your wellbeing!
Expand your way of seeing!
Enter the heart of reality!
Our mission is to hold a safe and sacred space for people to engage in different healing therapies and yoga practices for transformation and empowerment. At Yogahari Healing we also inspire people to cultivate a consistent yoga practice to reclaim their wellbeing and to reconnect to the mystical aspects of life and spirit.
I discovered yoga twenty years ago and immediately felt that I had discovered a gift. Since my first class all that time ago, yoga has been part of my daily life and I have maintained a dedicated, consistent and loving practice ever since.
I began an Iyengar Yoga teacher apprenticeship in 2001 and have completed certification in this method. I have studied with the Iyengar family both in India and Australia. I have been teaching for the past fifeteen years and have undertaken further teacher training at the Himalayan Institute in the U.S.A. My interest in healing has led me to completing further professional development in trauma aware yoga and yoga for breast cancer.
I am also a certified Amrit Method Yoga Nidra teacher and deeply believe that a consistent practice of yoga nidra can be a portal into experiencing deeper spiritual states.
My personal experience of the healing power of yoga makes it my mission to hold a safe and scared space for people to practice yoga for self-healing and empowerment. Yoga wisdom and practice has supported me through many difficult times in my life and particularly guided me through the profound loss and stillbirth of my first son Ifeanyi. Yoga helps me live life in goodness, self-awareness, self-reflection and trustful surrender. It connects me to spirit, the inter-connection of everything in life and the greatness of the universe.
I aim to inspire people to use yoga to connect to a spiritual life and to explore what this personally means for them.
I am also a qualified Social Worker/Counsellor and have always had a keen interest in personal development. I strongly believe that part of our life purpose is to heal the wounds of life, in order to experience self-love and wholeness. I have done this through various healing modalities and in particular, I have used yoga’s powerful healing potential to help me through some really dark times.
The most important thing that I would like to share with you is that any healing modality or technique I use in my work, I have personally experienced or embodied myself.
In loving gratitude I would like to acknowledge the ancient seers of yoga who immersed themselves in yoga so that others could also benefit. I would also like to acknowledge my past and current teachers both in Australia and abroad that I have learnt from, either in person or through their teachings and resources.
Baba Muktananda and Gurumayi- Siddha Yoga Lineage, Guruji- otherwise known as B.K.S. Iyengar, Geetaji- Gita Iyengar, Yogi Amrit Desai, Swami Rama, Tony Rothberg, Glenn Ceresoli, Mark Gibson, Shari Freidrichson, Sandra Anderson, Rolf Sovik, Kamini Desai, Sally Kempton, Shiva Rea. And the list will just grow and grow……….
If you are beginning or continuing this profound healing or inner journey to truly know your own greatness, I acknowledge your courageous heart.
In the words of a realized yoga master, “Because you have come to know your Self within yourself, I thank you”. Baba Muktananda