"Victoria has a way to help me to physically realize things that I never thought possible, every time I practice with her I seem to learn something new about myself, my practice and the way I approach relationships and work. When I miss her classes, I really feel it." .
Life has always been about movement for Victoria, she is intrigued and inspired by the capacity of the body to maintain a vibrant state of well-being and to be a home for the emotional mind in deep contemplation and conscious relaxation.
Her class styles stem from Hatha Yoga principles of pranic flow & breath awareness and can be vinyasa or slow-flow in feel. Sequencing is playful and Victoria's approach is lighthearted and accessible.
Teaching has been a significant part of her life for nearly 20 years, first as a modern dance lecturer in London and in the last 15 years as a yoga instructor. She considers teaching to be an art form that by necessity must evolve to meet the needs of the modern-day seeker. Her greatest influence to date is her study of the Himalayan Tradition of yoga, through the Himalayan Institute in the US.
Victoria enjoys leading visualization practices and is highly committed to leading people in meditation to help them uncover a simple joyful state of being. Keen to share yoga Nidra and conscious relaxation practices she has voiced several guided meditations for The Smithsonian Institute online and for the ‘Yoga Wake-Up’ app.
Victoria teaches at Manhattan's premier yoga studio - Pure Yoga NYC, The Yoga Room Studios in Astoria, Form & Flow Yoga in LIC and with Private Clients. She works as a yoga teacher trainer, and mentor for graduate students as well as teaching meditation for schools and corporations.