I've been practicing and teaching yoga for over ten years. I started teaching while pursuing my undergraduate studies, but it was only after I completed my master’s degree that I realised sharing my passion for yoga through teaching was the right path for me.
“Be at least as interested in what goes on inside you as what happens outside. If you get the inside right, the outside will fall into place.”
~ Eckhart Tolle
For me, the practice of yoga is a moving meditation. Over the course of many years, my practice has grown to encompass much more than just time on the mat: it has seeped into every facet of my inner and outer life and has been a catalyst for transformation, leading to a more balanced and peaceful life.
Over the past six years, I've been teaching yoga in the UK, Spain and Germany. I'm currently teaching Ashtanga and Restorative yoga classes in Berlin and continuing to deepen my personal practice.
As an avid traveler, I've been fortunate to study with yoga teachers from around the world. In addition to studying Ashtanga in Mysore, India under Sharath Jois, I've also studied with Kino MacGregor and Lino Miele and completed multiple yoga intensives with Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor in Boulder, Colorado.
“Yoga begins with listening. When we listen, we are giving space to what is.”
~ Richard Freeman
My study of anatomy, philosophy and meditation have complimented my understanding of yoga. I also highly value the insights and experiential knowledge gained through a dedicated daily practice of Ashtanga and the importance of developing a gentle approach toward oneself and others. As a teacher and practitioner, I recognise the value of the teacher-student relationship and the yoga community for support in firmly establishing one’s practice. I aspire to help others grow on the path of yoga and beyond.