A long-term student of Buddhist and Yogic inner methods, Hannah has been teaching since 2013 and is a Senior Level 3 Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Australia. She attended her first yoga class at age 10 and practiced meditation in her 20’s as an antidote to working for various environmental campaigns. But it wasn’t until, when faced with a cancer diagnosis, at age 29 the practice became a non-negotiable part of daily life.
She brings warmth, practicality and personal experience to her teaching and 1-1 consultation as a trauma-informed Yoga Therapist, helping those facing the uncertainty of anxiety/depression, chronic illness and chronic pain. Having personally experienced these conditions she is ‘fascia-nated’ with the way the body holds onto past experiences and how consciousness communicates with us through the language of sensation. Combining yoga, somatic psychotherapy, myofascial release and meditation, her classes and sessions take you on a journey through the bodyscape to uncover your own conscious awareness.
She completed 500hr Classical Hatha Yoga and 650hr Yoga Therapy training locally through Yogic Wisdom and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training through Mindfulness Training Institute Australasia. She has also trained extensively internationally in Somatic Trauma Therapies including Polyvagal Theory, Myofascial Release, Yin Yoga and Trauma Sensitive Yoga. Infuse Health Movement classes have been a part of Hannah’s healing journey since 2018, helping to uncover her blind-spots and to re-wire her brain and body towards more joy and enthusiasm for life.
In 2015, Hannah was selected to be part of the world’s largest mindfulness summit, a free online event with 31 of the world’s leading teachers, researchers and experts from around the globe.