Yoga Teacher & Psychologist-to-be
Initially, Vinyasa yoga intrigued me because of the experience of flow that I had never felt before. The alignment of breath with movements allowed me to flow in harmony with my body, lifting my mind off the daily buzz. This presence within my body and within the moment is what has brought me back onto the mat ever since. As a psychologist I am also interested in the effects of yoga on our mental wellbeing and work on different research projects that focus on alleviating mental distress through alternative therapies like yoga and meditation.
In 2015, I travelled through India for the first time. My stay at a yoga ashram in Rishikesh inspired me to participate in a teacher training myself one day in order to strengthen my self-practice and deepen my knowledge. Fulfilling this dream last spring at Trimurti Yoga in Goa, I discovered that my passion wasn't only for practising yoga, but also for teaching. Sharing the incredible power yoga has on body, mind and spirit and supporting my students on their way to awareness and wellbeing, truly brings me joy.
In my classes, I combine strong asana sequences with deep stretches, always synchronizing both with the breath to create dynamic flows that will lead my students to leave their day behind and make space for compassion, awareness and connection to themselves.
2015: Anand Prakash Yoga Ashram, Rishikesh
2019: 200hrs Multi-Style YTT, Trimurti Yoga, Goa, India
2019: Yoga Teacher at Yoga on the Move
2020: Research on Effects of Yoga on Anxiety
2021: „Generally Anatomy“ course with Sky Ting Yoga