Describe your classes in 3 word
Fluid, creative and empowering
What is your story with Yoga?
I accidentally fell in love with the yoga practice 13 years ago, whilst living abroad, as a way to find a home within, to land and ground myself daily into how I am feeling which allows me to very honestly check-in with myself. Coming from a competitive background of gymnastics and running yoga allowed me to practice but also find a moment to feel at ease, pause and just be. I absolutely love and adore the way yoga allows me to celebrate and enjoy my body for what it is and not what’s expected of it. Over the years yoga became my passion that fully aligns with me and allows me to flow into being. It has taught me so much about myself and of our existence, it brought me a wholeness that I love to share.
What influences your style of teaching?
Everything around me - from nature to conversations and of cause practising with wonderful teachers that I had the honour of practising with.
Tell us three things about you
When i cook and bake I intuitively throw everything together. It surprisingly always turns out amazing.
I enjoy listening for hours to music, just music. Strolling though old tracks, new music and putting playlists on Spotify together.
Throughout living on different continents in many different countries I've had the pleasure to collect a lot of experiences and am now in love with spontaneous adventures. Call me up if you want to travel the world, I'll book a ticket in an instant.
What are you trained in?
Yin, Restorative & Prenatal yoga, Vinyasa, Hatha, Hot Yoga, Gentle Hatha
Whats the best piece of advice you've received?
To always stay open and curious as the only constant is change and “once we stop learning we stop living”. Therefore it has become a pleasure for me to continue learning off and on the mat, to keep being a “student” to the practice of yoga and to constantly stay open to learn more about myself.
What's your perfect Sunday
A day with a beautiful blue sky and sunshine, a little yoga wiggle and to create or explore from reading to painting - anything really in any possible way. To share some food with people that are close to my heart and get out into nature for a nice walk or coffee somewhere in a nice and cosy place. Finishing the evening with conversations with beautiful souls, maybe a gallery/exhibition or a delicious home-cooked meal.