Helen lives in Nottingham with her husband and young son. She first came across Dru Yoga after the birth of William, when she decided she needed something to take her mind off the pressures of being a new mum.
Helen comments: "I didn't really care about the style of yoga, I just knew I needed yoga as I was so tense and my body ached all the time. The class was of course Dru and it just felt so different that I loved it. The teacher, Susan Hardwick, has since become a really good friend and supportive ear."
Her love of the gentle, flowing style of Dru led Helen to Wolverhampton, which is the "home of Dru" in the Midlands. In two years, spread over 16 weekends, she completed 200 hours of training - learning everything from asanas (traditional yoga postures) to amazing flowing sequences, breathwork and relaxation techniques.
Helen qualified in 2015 and has since taken a postgraduate course in Dru Yoga for Kids and Teens.
Yoga aside, Helen trained as a journalist and worked for many years as a local radio reporter before moving into public relations; working in the NHS and charity sector.