I am a 200hr Registered Yoga Alliance Yoga Teacher with a special interest in Yin, Restorative and Nidra practices.
In 2016 I will be training with Frog Lotus International to achieve a Level 2 teacher training to become a certified 500hr Registered Yoga Alliance Yoga Teacher.
"The quieter you become, the more you can hear." - Ram Dass
Another Tribe focuses on relaxation, meditation and peaceful, restorative and meditative yoga practices.
My one-on-one relaxation sessions, yoga lessons, and tribal yogatherings offer those with hectic, busy and stressful lives an opportunity to fully unwind, de-stress and relax, restoring balance and energy to body and mind.
There is a growing awareness of the benefits of a balanced lifestyle - we know that by taking time to add some yin to our urban yang, we become better equipped to deal with stress, which in turn can help us to be healthier, stronger and more successful in whatever we choose to focus our energies on.
I enjoy taking photographs but I am not a photographer.
For as long as I can remember I've been taking photographs. My love of photography has been, and continues to be, inspired by my Dad www.dudleyreed.com, by the numerous black and white photographs that my parents introduced me to as a child (some of which stand out more than others, such as Lee Miller's 'The Shadow of the Great Pyramid' from 1938, which was hung up in the hallway of our flat for many years), and by Saul Leiter.
Five A Day Project (London) was my quest to get over a shyness I had of taking street portraits.
I set myself the task of taking 5 stranger's portraits everyday after work for 3 months, from September to November of 2014.
What I learned was that the armour we all put on to survive in hectic urban environments can be dropped with one smile and a "Hello" - a connection, one stranger to another.
I'm so grateful to all the incredible people I met and photographed.