Name: Alarice Lee
Role: Facilitator

“My yoga practice keeps me a little less crazy… this really is at the heart of why I practice and teach yoga. I’m really interested in how yoga can bring better balance into our lives and help us navigate our relationships and the ups and downs of daily life, with a little more grace.”

Alarice has been teaching yoga since 2007, throughout that time she has studied with Katie Rose, (Samadhi Yoga, Jivamukti Yoga & Bhakti Rose), Simon Borg-Olivier (Yoga Synergy), Sarah Powers (Insight Yoga), Duncan Peak (Power Living Yoga), Judy Krupp (The Yoga Room), Mick Barnes (The Yoga Factory), Jasmine Tarkeshi (Laughing Lotus Yoga), Tiffany Cruickshank (Yoga Medicine), and Annie Carpenter (Smart Flow Yoga). Alarice has experience across a range of Yoga styles including Ashtanga Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Yin Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Corporate Yoga, One on One Yoga, as well as experience in Studio Management and T&D Management roles. She is passionate about creating experiential learning in her classes, incorporating Yoga Philosophy, Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, education around the eight limbs of Yoga and providing a very supportive space for her students.


What do you teach?

Vinyasa Yoga, Yin Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Meditation


Share a philosophy that has recently inspired you.

“Through practice, I’ve come to see that the deepest source of my misery is not wanting things to be the way they are. Not wanting myself to be the way I am. Not wanting the world to be the way it is. Not wanting others to be the way they are. Whenever I’m suffering, I find this war with reality to be at the heart of the problem.” Stephen Cope


Which particular practices get you through hard times?

Asana, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Gratefulness and Rest


Who has impacted your life the most and what did they teach you?

My children, they’ve taught me how much is possible without sleep and the true meaning of patience!


Find classes with Alarice in-studio or on the Livestream timetable

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