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About me

Hi There! I’m Angie, and yoga has been a consistent part of my life since 1999. I offer Prenatal sessions at The Nest on Silas. I’m inspired by a flowing, vinyasa style but also enjoy teaching and practicing hatha, restorative and childrens’ yoga.

My passion

I believe yoga is an essential part of an awesome life. As a mum figuring out how to fit in all the fun, this is truer than ever.  I facilitate with a grounded, creative and inclusive style.

Yoga for All

I love how yoga can help everybody and every body: from mammas to desk jockeys and gym junkies to everyone in between. Yoga makes an astounding, positive difference, and I share from this perspective.

Pure Enjoyment

I practice and live yoga daily. Each time I’m on the mat, I’m enlivened, centred and replenished. I believe yoga is a magical tonic for all of life’s adventures. Please join me.

To yoga or not in the first trimester?

The more consecutive weeks you attend class and incorporate elements into your personal practice, the more you and your baby will reap benefits through pregnancy and beyond. Breath work, mudras, relaxation, meditation and asana’s potency surges with dedicated focus and practice.

The Deceptive Due Date

Obsession with this mythical ‘deadline” has been a huge disservice to many women and their babies. As I’ve said in class, assuming that all pregnant women should go into labour by a specified date is as absurd as designating an age when every teenage girl should start menstruating or nominating stringent and exact days for childhood development.

Do you really need a birth plan?

One time at a party, chatting with a few parenting folks and admiring a couple newly arrived cherubs, the topic unsurprisingly shifted to our birth experiences. I had a twinge of jealousy when one of the mums spoke of her twins’ vaginal birth, the second little nugget...

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