Zoe Houniet – RYT200

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Zoe’s passion for yoga began in her early childhood when she was first introduced to the physical practice of yoga (Asana) by her Mother. In her first years Zoe travelled with her family to live in many colourful and diverse locations; Africa, Indonesia, Switzerland and Canada. This helped instil in her a passion for travel and an absolute love of broad and diverse Teaching and Learning, both about others and self. During Zoe’s 20′s whilst living in Canada she discovered meditation and its wonderful benefits of peace, stillness, calmness and balance, this practice led her back to Yoga, where she continue to learn.

Yoga proved to be a guiding influence throughout Zoe’s journey of life which continued through to her first pregnancy then into her second.  After a few years she reconnected to her practice with vigour.

Zoe found Moksha Yoga by pure coincidence; one day crossing Centre Road after returning home from the city with her Mother and Daughter from the Children’s Buddhist day, since then Moksha Yoga has become a welcomed second home.

Zoe has found yoga to be a wonderful tool to deal with the modern stresses of the corporate world and motherhood. Yoga has been a constant thread in her life bringing balance, clarity and peace to her life. Zoe heard her inner voice calling to discover more about what yoga has to offer and delve deeper into its philosophy and physical benefits. Zoe completed her RYT200 Teacher Training Course at Moksha Academy of Yoga.

Zoe has thoroughly enjoyed her journey thus far and is very happy to have immersed herself in the whole experience of Yoga; discovering new aspects of her-self and others along the way and is now passing on her love of yoga to her husband and two children.

Zoe takes a great amount of joy teaching Yoga to others and guiding them on their own journey of continued health and wellbeing that this unique practice of yoga can provide.

 

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"I wish that the message of Peace may be experienced through Yoga, which is not only a culture of the body but the evolution of the Self."
-Yogacharya B.K.S. Iyengar