After many years of traveling abroad in India, Latin America, and Europe practicing with different teachers and styles of yoga, I like to incorporate a variety of traditional practices in movement, breath, chanting, and meditation.
I also design classes that follow the rhythms of nature and the seasons to help each student understand their connection with their environment.
Designed For You
Practicing asana (yoga poses), Pranayama (breathing exercises), and Meditation (self-contemplation) on the daily basis can give you tremendous health benefits plus a deep sense of connection with yourself and your surroundings.
A 1 on 1 class with a teacher can help you build a strong foundation for your practice that you can sustain for years.
My PT classes are meant to adapt to your needs, address imbalances, and support your overall wellbeing. Before start, we will discuss what you want to cultivate, and together we can create a practice especially for you.
I like to use yoga props like blocks, belts, yoga chair, bolster, and yoga kurunta (yoga ropes) when necessary to help you deepen into poses with more stability and safety.
Pranayama and meditation are a very important addition to asana in order to balance the body, mind, and soul. I will be adding these to all of my classes.
Take a minute to look at some class ideas and descriptions to understand a bit more and contact me so we can begin to discuss what is the practice or the combination of them suits you best.
Prices begin at 700 SEK, reach out for a full price list.
Also known as Rope Wall, the Kurunta is one of yoga’s most therapeutic props. Practicing Yoga Kurunta is a great way to open the body and release tension in the spine and pelvic area. Using ropes allows better access to poses while achieving accuracy, agility, and balance and provides an antidote for the stiffness that tends to settle into the body. To practice with the Kurunta is a lot of fun!
In yin yoga, we want to access the deep layers of the body like fascia, the connective tissue, tendons, and ligaments to release tension.
In yin yoga, unlikely most dynamic yoga practices, we hold poses from 3 to 7 minutes and use the breath as an anchor for self-awareness.
It is great combined with aromatherapy.
Hatha Yoga Chair
Hatha chair is an Iyengar yoga-inspired class that uses props to add support and more stability during poses.
Iyengar method is also well known to be adaptable to people with body limitations or injuries.
You’ve never realized how useful a chair can be until you’ve done a Hatha Chair Yoga class.
You will learn how to use the chair for support and to get into the muscles that are meant to be stretched and strengthened with each pose.
Get ready to activate and go deep!
Suitable for all practitioners.
Mindfulness meditation is the practice of being aware of what's going on in the present moment without judgment. In this class, I guide you through a few technics used in mindfulness to bring the often distracted mind back to the present.
Mindfulness meditation offers various benefits for example boosting creativity, sharpness, focus, and performance at work, deepening your awareness of your inner world, recognizing your emotions, patterns, and reactions when they arise, and making better choices to address them.
In general, being more aware will uplift all areas of your life, your relationship with others, and the world.
Restorative yoga has the purpose of accessing the parasympathetic nervous system that is responsible for rest and digest. We live in a world of full-speed where rest is seen as laziness and wasting of time. But the truth is rest is essential for our wellbeing and health.
The yin and restorative practices are also very grounding and can help you feel more centered and balanced within yourself in moments of emotional turmoils, recovering from an illness, feeling stressed, or overwhelmed.