Corinne is a natural born Yoga teacher & Yoga Therapist
Having practiced Yoga for over 25 years she is passionate about sharing her knowledge & exceptional wealth of experience with others. Corinne’s teaching style and methods cover a wide array of different practices. Methods covered include Hatha, Ashtanga, Shivanada, restorative and therapeutic yoga. She incorporates alignment, pranayama, bandhas, mudras and meditation exercises in her sequences and discusses chakras, vayus and koshas
Corinne’s speciality is in adapting her classes to her students.
She meets her students where they are emotionally, physically & spiritually. Corrinne’s positive and cheerful attitude towards life is expressed through her yoga practice. On and off the mat & she is known to help her students enter each asana with calm determination, enabling them to hold the pose with grace and quiet breath, then leaving the class with awareness and thankfulness.
A dedicated and compassionate Yoga Therapist
Corinne's sessions have helped people skilfully cope with high blood pressure, sciaic pain, knee pain and pre and postoperative pain and mobility. Corrine’s own personal journey through accident, illness, and surgery, followed by recovery and healing through yoga, give her a unique perspective. This deeper understanding of Yoga Therapy is evident even in her regular classes, as she skilfully intertwines within them her knowledge of yoga anatomy and physiology, enabling her students to better understand their own minds and bodies, creating a beautiful space for genuine healing to unfold.
Her first Yoga Teacher Training Certification was obtained from “Let it Go Yoga” in Santa Barbara with prominent teachers Sue Anne and Jim Parsons. Corinne went on to train at Andiappan College of Yoga and Research Centre in Chennai, India in Yoga Therapy and Instruction, has completed 500 hours of training with Yogi Chetan Mahesh of Association of Yoga and Meditation in Rishikesh, India. As of 2015 she is an E-200 RYT with Yoga Alliance, and holds a registration of 500-RYT.
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