Fay started practising yoga many years ago while travelling in Mexico. She has over a decade of experience in healthcare and over twenty years in dance – making her a unique instructor who has a clear talent for both understanding the intricacies of the human body while also being passionate about spirituality and the inner peace that yoga brings.
She is certified in:
Kids Yoga 3-8 years
Teen Yoga for Mind and Body
Below she tells us much more about herself and her journey with yoga.
“I fell in love with yoga during a trip to Mexico 8 years ago while travelling with a friend.
There was a teacher training school by the beach that allowed for drop ins and I went along one morning, curious about yoga but not really knowing what it was, I’d been travelling for months and missed ballet classes. I was instantly captivated by Lal; his teachings of yoga philosophy and yoga science that he incorporated into the physical class, that I went back everyday of the trip, some days twice.
I left the island with a new passion; practising the routine he taught me for the rest of the trip and knew that this was the beginning of a new path of life for me. Noticing the benefits to my own physical and emotional health over time, practicing increasingly regularly, and steadily adopting a meditation practice, I felt ready eventually to take an immersive course with the wonderful Liz Lindh and began to teach.
At different times I have practiced Shivananda, Asthanga, Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga. For me, Vinyasa and the Yin Yang style in which I teach allows for more creativity and uniqueness and is accessible to everyone. I enjoy dynamic movement and finding new ways to open the body.
Through a previous career in healthcare I have met many many people from all different backgrounds and I firmly believe yoga is for everyone, and can benefit everyone. There is a style that will suit you, regardless of physical ability or flexibility. All of my classes are welcoming, warm and accessible to all levels.”