How are students going to feel after attending one of your classes?
Connected to their bodies and needs, energized and alive from the movement and calm and grounded from the introspective wind-down – allowing and giving space for all the needs.
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received?
There’s no need to strive to be anyone else than who you are – do what makes your heart sing, be your perfectly imperfect self and shine your light!
Tell us 3 things about you
- I’m an anthropologist by background and therefore a bit of a nomad. Lived in 7 countries and can nearly speak just as ma y languages.
- A food-waste warrior - highly passionate about the food waste topic and have been both working and actively volunteering in organisations helping to reduce food waste in and around Copenhagen
- A believer of holistic medicine - In addition to yoga I am also a sound therapy practitioner and I also have a training in Reiki.
What influences your teaching?
My self-practice – feeling what needs to be felt and expressing what needs to be expressed myself and then translating that into the classes. I also get a lot of inspiration from reflecting on my life and encounters and from music which I practice to and eventually turn into playlists
What does your perfect Sunday sound like?
Sunshine and the birds singing waking my up through the window and actually being able to go to my favourite yoga class myself. A nice homemade dinner in the evening, catching up with family or friends over the phone and reading a good book in candlelight. Cheesy but I love it! ;)