A general answer.

Yoga, an ancient practice originating from India, is a holistic approach to well-being that encompasses physical postures (asanas), breathing exercises (pranayama), meditation, self-inquire, and a philosophical framework. Through its focus on mindful movement, breath, attention and intention, yoga aims to create a deep connection between the mind, body, and spirit. On a physical level each asana is designed to challenge and stretch the body while simultaneously fostering flexibility, strength, and balance. Pranayama techniques regulate the breath, calming the nervous system and promoting mental clarity. Meditation practices within yoga cultivate self-awareness, can reduce stress, and foster a sense of inner peace. By integrating all these elements, yoga empowers practitioners to cultivate a greater sense of well-being, reduce physical and mental ailments, and ultimately live a more fulfilling life.


Sri Vidya Tantra.

Sri Vidya Tantra, an ancient and profound spiritual tradition that originated in the Indian subcontinent. Rooted in the ancient Vedas and Upanishads, Sri Vidya is a complex and multifaceted system of knowledge and practices that offers seekers a transformative path towards self-realization and liberation. At its core lies the worship and devotion to the divine feminine energy, known as Devi or Sri Lalita Tripura Sundari, who is considered the supreme manifestation of the Goddess. Through rituals, mantras, asanas, mudras and meditation techniques, Sri Vidya practitioners strive to awaken the divine within themselves and experience the boundless joy and bliss that comes from connecting with the Cosmic Mother. This tradition invites you to awaken to the profound understanding of the interconnectedness of all life.

My approach.

With 18 years of experience, I will take you a journey of healing, transformation and self-exploration through yoga.

People often ask me "what type of yoga do you teach?"
My teachings come from the various trainings I have done, from reading books and yogic texts, and as well from  my own personal practice.

Yoga, for me, is a way of living in the world and experiencing it with presence and awareness.

Yoga is about knowing who we are at our core, both light and the shadow, and knowing how to move through life by being ourselves fully.

Yoga is a way for self-exploration. It is through the practices of yoga that we have the opportunity to uncover and heal the parts of our ourselves that are stopping us from accessing the divine within.

For me yoga goes way beyond the physical, and it is a life long journey.

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