Beth came to yoga as a compliment to other pursuits such as climbing and mountaineering but soon found the practice had its own immeasurable benefits not only to her body but also her mind.

After several years of practice she decided to deepen her knowledge and traveled to India to complete her 200 hour YTTC in Ashtanga and Vinyasa. She studied traditional Indian yogic philosophy under Sudhir Rishi which opened h​er mind to more than just the physical asanas that are commonly practiced in the western world. She continued to travel on to practice and teach in Thailand, New Zealand and Peru.

Beth now teaches in the Cheshire East area and loves bringing people of all backgrounds together on the mat. Her classes are suitable for beginners through to more experienced yogis and her style is fun, dynamic and mindful.

Beth's professional background is working in mental health advocacy and is passionate about empowering all people to have a voice. She is trained in supporting those with a wide range of mental health conditions and offers a safe space for anyone to practice.