Movement

Vitality, longevity, strength, and balance.

I believe that one of the most accessible ways to practice self-awareness is through physical practice. 

Connecting to our body is something that most of us are already familiar with no matter the type of sport you do or exercise you engage in.

Even if connecting to your body is a new concept for you, it is still a very accessible first step towards Self-awareness. 

Recognizing what you’re feeling, where, and how, and fine tuning the ability to listen to what your body is telling you. Our bodies are intelligently designed to communicate to us what it is we need and what’s goin on in our system – however we must learn to listen with discernment.

The moment we become willing to fully engage with our bodily experience is when we are able to explore our boundaries and respectfully challenge ourselves on all levels. 

And when we are able to connect with a practice that serves our body and our minds on multiple levels, we are able to connect to vitality and longevity in profound ways. Finding balance, strength and radiance.

I believe that everyone’s ‘movement of choice’ should be personal connection. For some it migth be yoga, hitting the gym or playing soccer.

I’m here to share with you my personal favorites along with tips and guidance, as a yoga teacher, and fitness enthusiast.

I look forward to serving you on your journey!

Love,

'I'm here to share with you my personal favorites along with tips and guidance, as a yoga teacher, and fitness enthusiast.'

Yang yoga

Vinyasa/Power an energising practice focused on moving with the breath, strengthening muscle tissue and finding balance.

Yin Yoga

Staying in seated and lying postures for longer periods of time, guided by the breath, focused on connective tissue and joint health.

Fitness

Everything from hitting the gym, to the latest bio hack exercise and EMS (electrical muscle stimulation) training.

Come move with me

Check out my schedule for weekly yoga classes, workshops, and other fun trainings!