My first step on a yoga mat was in 2007 after several injuries as a passionate hockey-player. The practice quickly became a part of my daily life as I began to feel the ability to transform, nurture and heal body, mind and soul.
I completed my yoga alliance RYT teacher training in India in the beginning of 2014. The schooling focused on the traditional alignment principles of Ashtanga Yoga as well as the creativity of Vinyasa Flow. It was the beginning of an intense and challenging journey towards myself, which questioned everything I thought was me. I laughed, cried, felt my limits both physically and mentally, it was heaven and hell and probably my rebirth, discovering things I thought I had lost a long time ago.
Since then I continue my studies with teachers from all around the world deepening my knowledge in different styles of yoga, including Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative, Yin, Partner– and Acrobaticyoga.
My asana teachings come from a heart-centered and playful perspective and reflect a fusion of breath, movement and stillness. I aim to inspire my students to discover the deeper layers of their bodies and minds and create a sacred space and willingness to feel everything there is to feel. But more importantly I aim to encourage them to incorporate yoga into their daily lifes, away from their yogamats, by living conscious, authenic and vibrant lives, making decisions based on love not on fear, breathing, forgiving, being present, listening, cultivating compassion for ourselves and others, allowing all living creatures their place under the sun, being grateful for all the good and beauty around us, but also for the difficulties and challenges, and learning to see the divine, the divine in everyone, not only in the ones we love.
It is a journey without start nor end and I am happy and grateful to share this passionate journey with my students.
„To be a human being is truly a gift. Often we do not realise or appreciate the opportunity that we have right here, right now.“ ~ Kira Kay