STILL THE BODY AND MIND
All it takes is time, practice, and an open mind
Yoga is not a miracle cure but with patience, regular practice and an open mind it can and will improve your life for the better. The unique benefit of a regular practice is that it does not only make your body stronger, more flexible and less restless but your mind too. This is why, while getting started might be difficult, stopping is impossible.
I completed my 300 hrs. Teacher training in India!
With the course, I'm qualified to teach Ashtanga Vinyasa and Hatha (as well as Power, Yin and Mindfulness).
I couldn't have imagined a better place to do my 300 hrs. TT than the Shiva Shakti School in Goa. Apart from providing me with an amazing experience, the course qualified me as a teacher in Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga. Together with my 200 hrs TT in Power Yoga and my 70 hrs TT in Yin and Mindfulness this means I can now tailor my classes to suit just about every need and preference - yay - yoga is for everyone!
Online classes available in Danish and English.
Sunday 9AM (Danish) Wednesday 9.45AM (English). Both CET
Join me on Zoom for an uplifting open level Vinyasa flow Sunday Morning (taught in Danish) or a mid-week dynamic Ashtanga-based Vinyasa flow to build strength and energy for all week.
The classes are open for all and donation-based, meaning you only pay what you can afford and find fair. If you never tried Zoom before, don't worry, when you sign up you get an email explaining everything.
BEHIND YOGA EVERYWHERE
I know it sounds a bit grand, but I truly believe yoga can make the world a better place. I believe it does so by helping us connect to the best in us, our universal self free of damage. That's why I often finish my classes by saying "may the goodness of yoga spread through the goodness of you and may the goodness of you spread through the goodness of yoga."
This was, however, not my reason for starting my own yoga journey more than 15 years ago - that was all about the physical wellbeing yoga gave me. But eight years ago, when back and knee pain prevented me from doing other high intensity sports and I, by the luck of fate, encountered the first of my mentors, yoga became more than just a weekly stretching session. Slowly, it became an essential part of my life, a way to deal with stress, make new friends and nurture my body and mind. It transformed my approach to both as I, encouraged by a number of brilliant teachers, learned to accept their limits, use their strengths and (almost wholeheartedly) love both.
Today, I practise a wide range of yoga styles including Ashtanga, Dharma, Rocket, Power and, Yin Yoga. I also practise and teach mindfulness meditation
My main goal as a yoga instructor is to help spread the benefits of yoga in my local community and make yoga accessible to everyone. Hence I teach classes everywhere - studios, gyms, homeless centres, living rooms, schools and local businesses.
I’m a 500 hrs+ qualified yoga instructor trained with the Power Yoga Company in Fulham, London, UK, the American Insight Yoga Institute and the Shiva Shakti School of Yoga, Goa, India, and I am an insured member of the Yoga Alliance.