Hollie's teaching honours the sacred geometrical roots of the practice, whilst creating contemporary perspectives of movement. Pulling apart the structural layers of vinyasa, she infuses a tantric buddhist perspective of meditation and a contemplative flow that encourages expansion and a deeper, more integral understanding of what it means to listen in.
Hollie found that by infusing a potent form of truth in all that we do - the way we observe, engage, listen in and approach allows for a significant softening that encourages a more tender approach and consideration of the body's needs.
Having practiced for over a decade, Hollie was drawn to yoga from a somatic therapeutic perspective, and soon delved into the scriptures and philosophy to find out how our present needs correlated with those from ancient times.
A deep respect for the traditional roots of the practice encourages an integral understanding of the ancient wisdom they hold, alongside a current, expansive perspective invites an honest observation about the integration of the multifaceted needs of unique, contemporary beings living modern lives.
Group classes include an elemental embodied flow that understands the importance of anatomical alignment, with a primary desire to leverage all experiences back into the most potent, present field of awareness.