Student Reflection

I am blessed for having this opportunity to not learn or re-learn, but completely absorb what yoga is, and importantly what yoga is not. Instead of concerning us with fancy asanas and creative choreography, the first week of practice was devoted to the true intentions and foundations of yoga scriptures and practice. There were no rights or wrongs, but rather experiences, reflections and a ground-breaking rediscovery of my own intuition. Before this, I never had much faith in my own ability and only a meagre comprehension of where I was in the world at large. Now I feel deeply committed to a lifetime of going deeper on a personal level and passionate about being able to share this wisdom to the broader community as a whole. This really is the best thing I’ve ever been a part of.


I was drawn to be here to truly learn the meaning of Yoga, from a place of knowledge and embodiment. With a women’s focus and a belief that it was time, I committed. On the first day I felt like everything was aligning to make way for whatever was to come for me. First piece of content ‘What is Yoga’…’I am home.’ First sign of anxiety that arose in me melted away at that very moment with the kind words reassuring me a that second I needed them. ‘I am safe.’ A beautiful space, such thoughtful teachings and considerations made to ensure that every woman felt welcome, supported and honoured here. ‘We are one.’ A week of transformation possible, profound realisations and shifts have begun in my journey of Yoga being a state of consciousness. I invite in all the learnings, collective energy and sangha into my daily life. I am open. I am awake.


Expression of Interest

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