I discovered Ashtanga yoga during a few months stay in India in 2007. The exploration of the relationship to our body as well as the philosophic and spiritual dimensions of yoga have attracted me. Beyond the physical practice, yoga is now for me a way of getting to know myself and the world around me.
Through regular trips to India, I’ve deepened my practice. In 2011, I completed an Ashtanga vinyasa yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance 500hrs) with a complement in Vinyasa flow. In 2013 I trained to teach prenatal and postnatal yoga.
Those different approaches complete each other and nurture my practice which doesn’t stop evolving. Every experience on the mat or in life is an opportunity to learn and make our way on the path of yoga.
I find my inspiration in everyday life as well as in workshops given by teachers I particularly like (David Swenson, Mike Hannum, Julie Martin, Emil Wendel).
In my teachings, I focus on the development of awareness using the breath as an important tool. One of my goals is to help students to develop their own practice to evolve in the way that suits them the best.