Classes for You
To the best teacher you will ever have - the one singing and dancing in your heart.
“Movement is the song of the body”
Our physical bodies are as diverse as they can be and thats what I love about the yoga tradition. There is no wrong or right, we are practicing to explore and feel ourselves.
My personal approach is to enjoy and play with each asana, our breath, and our mind. Becoming fully present and discovering your own body intelligence. There is an immense potential and healing power in each of us, it’s just waiting for you to be discovered.
With an individual or group class, we can focus fully on your personal needs, the healthy alignment of each asana, relax and talk about your questions and ideas.
“Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.”
Thích Nhất Hạnh
Are you aware of your breath during your daily life?
Your breath is a powerful tool that was given to you for free!
It keeps you alive and its your ability to heal from within, releasing unresolved emotions and unravel the chords of your mental conditioning.
Ancient breathing techniques can guide you through your life journey and help you to be more present and highly awake.
I'm excited to share different effective breathwork tools with you, such as Rebirthing and SOMA Meditation.
Feel. Surrender. Love.
A powerful Vipassana-Metta practice.
There are many different types of meditation, some of them might work better for you than others. The key is to get started with a playful curiosity.
In my personal life I am working with a powerful Vipassana-Metta practice, which is based on Buddha's teachings. It allows you to gently explore your current feelings, releasing old stuck emotions and mental patterns, by deepening your awareness and acceptance through meditative and intuitive practices.
In addition, it will also help you to enjoy pleasant feelings more and to deepen your inner peace and joy.
This technique is based on a more intensive individual session, which is prepared by different breathing techniques and ends with a relaxation.
A short excerpt can be found among the teachings of Nishan Disanayake.