About The Teacher
Morgane first discovered yoga eight years ago on her doctors advice after having a motorbike accident during which she broke both her arms and legs. At this time she was doing her master degree in cinema.
When she went to her first yoga class, she did it for the physical aspect but instead discovered a type of therapy that enabled her to reconnect with both her body and her mind.
Working in the graphic design industry, Morgane felt a need for change and when she realised how yoga teachers have always have been role models for her – open minded, creative and cultivated people – she quit her job and chose her current path.
She began teaching yoga and would like to open a community centre that helps educate people in alternative ways of seeing life and reaching well being, mixing yoga with other workshops and talks. She believes that yoga philosophy is the base for all the projects she has in mind.
As a yoga teacher, Morgane loves to encourage her students to embrace small challenges. She likes to teach with a smile and laugh and she loves to find a way to adapt each class to every student’s needs. She believes that in her teaching she is also learning from her students.
Her yoga journey started in France, then England and Asia. When she was in Australia she met with inspiring teachers that shared their passion with her. She started with Vinyasa and then went on to practice Yin and Ashtanga yoga.
She is now focusing her training on therapeutic yoga and yoga for creativity and is planning on doing a Traditional Chinese Medicine course in September.Source: yogasutrashala.secure.retreat.guru