That’s what I always want to answer, when someone asks what kind of yoga I teach. I love helping people understand their bodies better, and teaching how to move in a safe, effective and playful way. I strike a balance between softness, strength and mobility and offer alternatives, so that everyone has the sense of receiving individual attention and care.
My lessons are an eclectic mix of vinyasa, tantra and yin. Alignment-based hatha yoga is at the core of my teaching. This means that embodiment practices will always be central and the gateway into feeling happy and well-balanced.
No two lessons are the same yet each will have a point of softening, movement and core work and a theme with a deeper philosophical focus. I’m totally influenced by the wisdom of nature, letting the seasons determine the curriculum.
I teach about shadow and light, uniqueness and ordinariness, feeling fantastic and feeling like shit, about life as it is, and not as we want it to be. After all, yoga isn’t just about moving our bodies into shapes. It has to be about losing our mind-fuck stories too, so we can come home to who we really are.