With an academic background in Philosophy and a special interest in cognitive sciences I was always curious and fascinated by the ways mind works and found in yoga a perfect playground for such explorations. Re - connecting body and mind, moving awareness out of the cerebral, instrumental, and patterned space of our heads into an open, non-judging landscapes of the whole body offers endless opportunities to discover the depths of Self, to be with what is and process things as they are. Yoga is an inquiry into what it means to be alive, embodied, sensing, experiencing, focusing, engaging and interacting with life. The practice of presence.
My classes are relaxed explorations of this presence and are suitable for everyone. Sometimes strong and fluid & sometimes softer with long holdings but always slow and deep with emphasis on the experience of movement and sensations within. I love the rhythmic fluidity of Vinyasa, the static strength of Hatha and delicious depth of Yin – whichever the style I teach I tend to offer a blend of movement sequences through which we are strengthening, stretching, balancing, expanding, grounding and exploring energies within, returning to ourselves.