-bhagavad gita



In this class, we move slowly with curiosity and love. We find our power and our strength.


In these times of over stretching our energy and time, this is a class to replenish, restore and allow yourself to feel where you at, bring breath and life into these areas and learn to land in our hearts.

The mornings are the time when my own personal energy is at its highest and most playful.  It is also the time that I most want to connect to myself and I do this with yoga, beach time, a surf, connecting to the earth and sometimes all of this in the same morning!


I felt inspired to connect with community and offer the space for others to come and play, an opportunity to give thanks to yourself, your body and your life. 


The class is 60 minutes long and includes breathwork and gentle yoga stretches to welcome the breath and cleanse our internal landscape. 


This is run as an exchange of whatever you are willing and able to give, whether that be money, food, presents or presence.

Classes will not be held in the rain. Check out the next location and bring a yoga mat and/or a couple of towels. 


There may be a possibility to swim afterwards so bring your togs to! 




These online yoga classes are a way for me to connect to those who are outside of my local community. 


These classes focus on unwinding from our days, moving into the parasympathic nervous system to prepare ourselves for rest and restoration. 





If you would prefer it to be just you and me these are the classes for you. 


If you are in my local area I can come to you or we can do it online via Skype (isn’t technology great!)




My first experience of yoga was as a very young child when I was taken to a class by my Godmother.  I had no idea what yoga was but had a ball trying to copy the teacher, a funny looking Indian man in his pyjamas, who was standing on his head.  That image has never left me.

I found my way back to yoga in my 20’s when I began studying Iyengar yoga and where my teacher told me that we are capable of healing our own bodies.  From that moment yoga has always been the way back to myself.

I found myself in an Ashtanga class and my fire was lit.  I loved the flow, the breath, the discipline of not avoiding an asana which is hard, but instead finding a softer way to meet it.  As on the mat, as in life.  I practiced under some amazing Ashtanga teachers which led me to study for a year at the Auckland Yoga Academy with Jude Hynes and Peter Nilsson, where I deepened my own practice and began to teach.  I absolutely loved how yoga connected me to others and to teach was a gift.

Through my own healing journey there came a point when I decided to let my regular Ashtanga practice go as I felt it was not serving me.  I approached my mat from an inquisitive place of healing, play and curiosity to rebuild a practice that nourished me.  And so Sacral Flow was born.

Originally from New Zealand I moved to Byron Bay over 3 years ago where I get to fulfil my passions daily by being in nature, surfing and connecting with awesome people.   I also get to fulfil my passion of connecting in my business, Be In Flow, where I work as a Women’s WHOLE - istic Coach.