Relaxation and meditation exercises for your tranquility. I teach hatha, gentle flow, yoga nidra and restorative yoga.

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word “yui” which means to unite and to bind. In the old yogic scriptures this refers to how the practice of yoga has the ability to connect our individual consciousness to the universal consciousness.

Thus, we achieve a harmonious state. Yoga provides us with a channel through which we can explore our body, mind and soul. By unifying our whole being, we create more balance and a deeper connection within ourselves. This also radiates outward and affects how we experience the world outside of ourselves.

Yoga is for everyone and a great means to give time for ourselves. The importance lies in how the asanas and breathing practices feel within you, not how you look and how stretchy you are. Gentleness towards yourself (and others) is essential in today’s busy and competitive society.

Hatha Yoga

Most yoga styles derive from Hatha yoga. In Sanskrit hatha means strong and intentional. It is based on the words ha, which means the sun, and tha, which means the moon. These refer to the masculine and feminine energies that are present in all of us. Masculine energy manifests as active and warming, whereas feminine energy externalizes as soothing and cooling. The purpose is to balance and connect these energies in our whole being by means of asanas, meditation and conscious breathing practices. The practice varies between slow pace and dynamic postures. The body is also strengthened by staying in the asanas for longer.


In Sanskrit vinyasa means “to place in a special way”. This refers to asanas and the transitions between them. Conscious breathing is also essential. Slow Flow is a combination of Hatha Yoga and Vinyasa Flow. The movements between the asanas are done slowly and calmly, and some of the poses are held for longer. This practice enhances mobility and strengthens both the body and the mind.

Restorative yoga

Activates the parasympathetic nervous system, which in turn relaxes the body and mind. The positions are held for a longer period of time and the body is supported as much as possible with various props. In addition, attention is brought to conscious and calm breathing. Together these elementssupport the body to let go of extra tension.