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Jessie Fenech is a woman who moves with grace. A practised yoga teacher who resides in Melbourne, she is the epitome of cool and collected, and unafraid to go after what she wants. Here, in celebration of our new denim campaign, we talk to her about chasing your dreams and doing what makes you feel good.
Jessie: "Because for me yoga is intelligent, kind, challenging, healing and important."
Can you talk us through your journey to where you are now?
Jessie: "I started yoga when I was about 18 and felt devoted to it right away. I teach mixed level yoga classes and own/operate my yoga teacher training school."
You are living your passion, what advice you would give someone who wanted to chase their dreams?
Jessie: "As you start to walk out on the way, the way appears."
If you had a life motto what would it be:
Jessie: "When I was a little kid my Mum used to say to me in different accents "just get on your elephant and go". And now I say that to myself when I'm being lazy, indecisive or whingy."
WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL GOOD?
Book: Bluets by Maggie Nelson
Movie Forrest Gump, and The Untouchables
Food: Pasta! I eat it at least 5 times a week.
Place: I'm a sucker for a sunset, a view, fresh air, small towns and good tunes.
Person: I've got a small but, very meaningful circle of close friends.
Pose: I say a big yes to each of them.
Class: I mostly practice yoga by myself at home. I love to study with so many different teachers locally and all over the world, here in Melbourne I've learned a lot from Dominique Santana-Salerno at Australian Yoga Academy.