About The Teacher
Lucy formerly trained and worked as a professional dancer. After several back and neck injuries, a deeper thirst for anatomical- mind relational connection and sparked interest between Eastern-Western cultural philosophy, her journey into body mechanics and mind observation began. First was a physical enquiry into yoga and bodywork, later leading to an exploration of eastern philosophy, energetic practices and conscious awareness based meditation.
She sees yoga and bodywork as the tools to embody, connect and find presence – thus yielding clarity, truthfulness and nourishment toward our modern life. Her physical enquiry has always been led by the "how" of what we do and guided by the quality, dynamic and felt sense when taking such action. To integratively and seamlessly weave one body part to the other, between linking breath, movement, energy and direction
Embracing the opportunity to teach stamps an anchor to stay real. Whilst highlighting the importance of human connection, maintaining heartfilled relation to support to one another & igniting a renewal of creativity and evolution. She aims for her students to find ground and centre, enthusiastically encouraging an attitude of strength and "I can do". Offering the opportunity for each individual to curiously explore their personal boundary & flourish their positivity and potential.
Personally, her drive for continuous practice are the challenges that life may throw and their acknowledgement in this hologram of experience. The transitionally-evolving effects of that 'post-practice' feeling, carves her path to keep on her journey. Spirit is her guidance, stillness is her final daily pursuit, and gratitude is her foremost life philosophy.
Hosting a strong yet fluid core, leg and midline focus, Lucy teaches:
Pranayama & Meditation
Pilates & Yogilates