I am hesitant talking about me, cause this me that I have cultivated for so many years now seems to have no fore- or background. It seems to be a story I kind of held on to for way too long. So superfically I am a student and a teacher of the very broad science that we call yoga. I love yoga and I can truly say it has and still does save me from a too strong a "samskaric" life, a life that is led out of habitual patterns or the stories I am telling myself about myself, the others and life in general. Yoga allows me to more often then not see things as they are and not what "I" and "ME" want them to be. It helps me to be less special but more ordinary.
I live and teach in Vienna, a city on this planet that I truly love. I consider myself exceptionally happy and lucky to be doing what I love and what interests me most. I practice yoga each day, every day 24 hours a day as my teacher, Richard Freeman has taught me. Its a very simple life of practicing and cultivating yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, samadhi - practicing what is appropriate now. doing my best and not being to hung up about the outcome. This works in everything I do, from walking my dogs, interacting with my fellow contemporary humans and non-humans, the city i live in, what and how I eat, how I care about others, when cooking, when shopping etc…Sometimes it all works out fine and other times it does not…so nothing special at all. Hope to connect in menaingful ways with others.