There are three pillars that can define my teaching : playfulness, mindfulness and educatedness. My classes include strengthening and mobility exercises, always performed in a progressive and mindful manner. They will help you build a solid foundation for your practice by getting a better understanding of your body and its abilities.
I found my influences in the Yoga Detour, Z-Health and FRC methods ; they taught me to offer a type of yoga that applies science principles to movement practices, in a playful and accesibble way.
In my opinion, the goal of our yoga practice on the mat is to serve us in our everyday life movements (=functional movements), so we can maintain our body's physical abilities for as long as possible. I often encourage students to explore movements on their own and remind them to leave behind the idea of moving “right” or moving “pretty”. I believe there are no wrong ways to move ; there are only movements that are preferable to achieve certain goals.
I aim to guide my students in a movement practice that is sustainable, adapted to their needs and promote self-inquiry and exploration beyond the mat.