Susan has been teaching in Dublin for 11 years. Her passion for yoga comes, as with many people, from a place of self-healing. She started practicing as a teenager, but at that time in her life didn’t hold her interest. But obviously there was something about yoga that drew her back to it as at a particularly stressful time of her life she decided she needed yoga in her life again in her 30s. This proved to be very beneficial and a life changing experience. So, in 2007, after years of practice, she decided to do her teacher training, not necessarily to become a teacher but to find out more about something she loved.
Susan’s classes are fun, creative, and flowing with a clear focus on alignment, anatomy, and building strength and flexibility. They are challenging but accessible to everyone. Susan encourages her students to be patient and positive in their practice and not to get frustrated when they can’t achieve those advanced poses. Don’t give up….and with regular practice, your body will adjust. You have the rest of your life to master a pose!
“For me yoga balances the body and mind and takes you away from your daily life for the duration of your practice, keeping you focused. It helps you reconnect with that peaceful, neutral place within, and as I tell my students this place is always there and available to everyone.”<br
Susan did her original 500hr teacher training with Yoga Therapy Ireland and also trained as a yoga therapist there. She is trained in Hatha, Vinyasa, Pregnancy Yoga and Yin.