Sophie Farrar

Growing up, Sophie was always interested in movement. She tried her hands at dancing but was, unfortunately, born with little rhythm. She gave up dancing but always knew that she loved expression through intuitive movement. It wasn’t until she left home and moved to Manchester to study Philosophy and Ethics that she found yoga. The two fields complement one another and she became enthralled in understanding the mind-body connection. When the summer holidays hit she headed straight to India to immerse herself in the origins of the ancient practice. She fell in love. She returned home to complete her studies and upon graduating, headed straight back to India to complete her 200 Hour TTC in Hatha and Ashtanga. Since then she has been fortunate to teach and practice in Australia, Bali, England, India and New Zealand, gaining knowledge and understanding from an array of fabulous teachers and students. She has since taken further training in Anatomy and Yin yoga.

Her focus is on uniting her love of mindful movement with a keen interest in anatomy and alignment. She tries to make her classes a fun, creative and interesting exploration of ourselves. Yoga is a type of therapy for her and is something she simply needs. Her hope is to share with others a practice that has offered her so much.