Pia has a degree in Osteopathy and works as a remedial massage therapist. She fell in love with yoga in her early forties and has been exploring and learning about yoga ever since.
Her teaching has it’s foundation in her knowledge of anatomy and physiology.
After her initial 200-hour yoga teacher training she has carried on studying, training in ‘Yoga for Strength’ with Kathryn Bruni-Young, ‘Biomechanics of Yoga’ with Jules Mitchell, and ‘The Art of Yoga Sequencing’ with Jason Crandell. Finally in 2021, realising that so much of her own experience of yoga had been influenced by her transition through peri-menopause and menopause, she did two Menopause teacher trainings, with Niamh at Yinstinct Yoga, and Petra Coveney at Menopause-Yoga.
“For me the joy of yoga is that it always has something to offer, whatever your needs or stage of life. Depending on how I feel, I use my yoga practice to de-stress, strengthen, lengthen, rest, recover, understand my body better, get creative, play and have fun.”
Pia teaches Women's Yoga Club Friday's 7:30-9pm