From an early age Cass realised that being creative has the potential to make you feel more settled and easeful in the body. She has an early memory of a teacher handing her a box, full of chunky crayons, with a shiny piece of newsprint paper. Whilst making big, blue circles on the page she felt a sense of connection outside of everyday life. From then on she was an artist. Later in life Cass found her yoga practice and a similar sense of peace. By giving her body permission to do as it feels, yoga led her to a path of discovery that has been unique in itself.
Cass has a BA Honours in Design Crafts and has more recently completed her 200 hours Yoga Teacher Training. She worked alongside artists with learning disabilities, people with ME & large groups of kids at the British Museum & some schools in Brighton. Cass has taken part in an assortment of solo & group art shows in the UK. The latest was at the St Pancras conference centre at the ‘Sewing Circle Rethread’ a mash up of textiles work in a rainbow of colours.
Cass finds creativity coupled with yoga practice a beautiful combination to share with others. Being playful is encouraged allowing the body to move the way it wants to. Feeling settled in the body the creative process begins. Sewing, painting, making, in all its forms, expressing the inside on the outside, reflective of making yoga shapes, bringing us back to ourselves.