“Cesca has been practicing yoga since 2012 after being suggested to ‘try it out’, alongside training for a Marathon. Being hyper mobile, she was uncoordinated, clumsy and lacked all postural muscle control. Yoga helped Cesca to build kinaesthetic awareness and deep postural stability through her 5 years of practice.
In 2012, Cesca also graduated as a Physiotherapist and is now working in Nottingham as a Paediatric Physiotherapist. Physiotherapy is a hugely positive resource when considering Yoga, the anatomical features of asana, and the physiological benefits of pranayama. 
Cesca’s self development of Yoga really happened when she was in recovery for her eating disorder. Acceptance is an interesting concept when one is discussing the unspoken field of mental health conditions. It took many years of searching for the right ‘management’ tool, to learn that there was nothing that needed to be fixed. That what was wrong was in fact the thought of it being wrong in the first place. 
Cesca studies with  the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY), and is due to complete her course in December 2017. With this qualification, it is three years long and students are qualified to teach after the first year, and Cesca will have a BWYQ Level 4, 500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) qualification.  Cesca is looking forward to  fulfilling  her role as a Physio, and a Yoga teacher and continue the path of learning through workshops and further courses!