I teach Hatha Yoga as a gentle and centered embodied practice that aims to cultivate self-care and deeper awareness of our true nature.

My classes combine Asanas, Pranayma, Mantras and Mindfulness Meditation. They follow a meditative flow with some energetic exploration. I follow the Tantric lineage as transmitted to me in India from the Satya Loka school of Yoga & Traditional Tantra and Guru Ji Rajkuma.  I am a registered member of Yoga Alliance.   

I also offer Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction courses to groups and individuals. Originally part of Buddhist tradition, Mindfulness was brought to the West and developed, in order to be accessible for more of us, who face the challenges of contemporary living. Through mindfulness techniques, we intentionally bring attention to our bodies, minds, senses and the world around us in a way that we might have never done before. We learn how to arrive in the present moment. As we bring awareness to our experience, we gain insight into ourselves and our lives.

Both yoga and mindfulness have become increasingly popular in recent years. There is impressive evidence about their benefits in supporting greater physical and mental well-being. Neuroscience research suggests that these holistic practices also increase neuroplasticity and improve emotional regulation.

They can be experienced independently or used as a beneficial complement to psychological work. 


I offer one-to-one and group classes of yoga and mindfulness as well as yoga/mindfulness skills workshops to clinicians and therapists.