Since discovering yoga as a way to self- heal following physical illness, Sue has also found the many benefits of yoga help to provide an awakening to ever increasing awareness of her body, her heart and her mind. Using Yoga as a tool to build physical and mental strength and flexibility are what keeps Sue practicing yoga as a way of life.

Despite loving her role as a Midwife, Sue decided to follow her dream of teaching yoga but she still uses her knowledge to help guide pregnant students through pre-natal yoga. Sue is continually learning and expanding her knowledge and experience of yoga and also teaches yin and meditation, Hatha and vinyasa styles.

Sue believes we should never stop learning, having recently studied with Sarah Powers and is about to train with Ana Forrest in July 2018 followed by 300 hours advanced TT with Jason Crandell.

As a teacher, Sue wants every fellow yoga practitioner who walks into her class to feel welcomed and worthy as they enter the room; enjoy a full mind-body-breath experience and leave feeling centred and at peace. Her philosophy is that yoga is for every body – no matter of age, size, gender, disability or illness.

Sue believes that yoga can serve us ALL.