Ethics

Ethics

I believe that we all have a responsibility to uphold the values of yoga as an ethical practice.

My aim is to help inspire my clients to be the good we need to see in the world. I want the practices we share together to help you to be deeply nurturing, compassionate, and loving to yourself – so that you can be in self-less service to others.

I want everyone to believe that yoga is accessible to them, and I encourage the embracement of yoga as a creative practice so that we can all use yoga as a practice that encourages self-expression and self-acceptance.

In my experience, people who face great challenges often exude the deepest humanity. I stand in solidarity with people across the world facing oppression, discrimination, and marginalisation.

Please join my monthly donation-based classes with Yoga and Sport for Refugees to help support people waiting for asylum on the Greek islands. 

Mother Earth

As part of my personal dedication to healing my relationship to Mother Earth, I only buy and wear ethical yoga brands such as Puka Wear and Studio K.

As yogis, we should be extra aware of where the products we use come from. I recommend Wuufly yoga mats, and I have all of my studio equipment handmade in Chiang Mai, where I work directly with the maker.

 

Culture and Appropriation

I am embarking on a year-long journey of classical non-dual Tantrik education with Samavesa School of Yoga. I decided to enroll in the course to devote myself to better understanding Tanta, so that I can share the wisdom of these ancient practices. As a white western woman teaching, practicing and loving yoga, I believe I have a profound responsibility to always stay true to the essence of yoga: self-less service. Please contact me if you have any concerns or complaints about my way of communicating or sharing practices. I sincerely love and respect this work, and am devoted to sharing it as ethically and beneficially as I can with all.

 

 

Inclusivity

You are so welcome here.

I occasionally offer classes and programmes to women only, please know that this includes anyone who identifies as a woman. I currently do not have a client base that calls for a men only practice, but hope to in the future!

If you cannot financially commit to any of my offerings but feel called to join, please contact me. I do not want finances to be a barrier to people experiencing yoga, and my work actively tries to make Jungian psychology, a typically elitist paradigm, as accessible to as many people as possible.

Cancellation

Once you buy a class pass, there are no refunds offered if you change your mind about attending. If I have to cancel a class because of unforeseen circumstances, you will be reimbursed or offered a free pass to another session.

 

Health and Safety

You are  responsible for your own body in the classes; don’t do anything you feel unsure of as there is nobody there in the room to support you. By joining the online classes, you agree to take full responsibility for your own body. I am not liable for any injury you sustain in a home practice – so be gentle, mindful, and kind. Listen to your body and honour where you are at.

Please don’t eat for two hours before class so you have a settled stomach. If you have any injuries you are worried about, message me before class. And, if you have any queries about anything after class, you can always stay on the call and ask as you would at the end of any studio session.

 

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