I am an enthusiastic and vibrant person who has a passion for the outdoors, rock-climbing, dancing, horse-riding, yoga ,music, poetry, crocheting, animals and nature. I am free-spirited, love to travel and get lost in the true culture and nature of a country. I started practicing yoga 6 years ago after being a classical ballerina for 12 and having to change courses due to a severe femur injury.
Vegan for health reasons, I practice a life of compassion, striving to always give more than I take and exchanging positive energy through each and every interaction I make. I am not religious and believe that every one of us is on a path of our own, to experience lessons to strengthen and build us. A quote I like to live by was written by the late Maya Angelou:
‘My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive, and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humour and some style’
|Cost||Starting from R110 for 60 min|
|Ages||14 – 80|
|Experience||1 – 3 Years|
As a trained Ishta Yogini I aim to give classes that are well rounded and balanced. Breathing, poses and relaxation exercises all come together with fusion ideas to not only build the correct muscles for support and overall health, but also to stretch out the tendons and ligaments we don’t always think or know about with the rush and buzz of life.
The name Pai Tula means to ‘let go’ and ‘balance’ and I chose to name my studio after these Hindi/Thai words because this is what I strive to help people realize. In life we need to let go to embrace our true potential and this is when we will be able to create the balance and harmony we so often search for in every aspect of ourselves.
Classes are generally an hour to 90 minutes long and I always say each and every student is free to move at his/her own pace. Yoga is not about force or resistance, but rather willingness and letting go. Yoga lessons are done with a foam or rubber mat and comfortable clothing. I incorporate the use of cotton straps and foam blocks that assist in alignment as well as support.