Ashle (pronounced Ash-el) started her yoga journey after 11 years of ballet, initially finding yoga as a form of movement. Showing up consistently on the mat, persevering through the days where a downward dog was a challenge to hold, she realised yoga is beyond just a movement practice.
Over the years, yoga has now become a way of life. Previously a flight attendant, the world she knew came to a halt when Covid-19 hit. In these times of uncertainty, Ashle found comfort and a sense of grounding on the mat. With a little nudge from her mum, Ashle decided to complete her first yoga teacher training (200 hours) with Dr Venky Reddy to deepen her practice. Further which, she completed a backache management course. Her curiosity and hunger for knowledge then led her to Nicaragua for her second yoga teacher training (300 hours) with Kayla Nielsen.
As a practitioner and a teacher, she enjoys plenty of seamless graceful flows. She believes in finding balance – strength and softness, seriousness and light heartedness, on and off the mat. Dedicated to creating a safe space for her students, expect no judgments, and precise alignment instructions, she welcomes everyone to come as they are. A free spirit at heart, Ashle believes in letting her heart show her what it knows.
“Practice with love, and all is coming.”