Yoga (& movement)

  • Yoga

  • Yoga

The Yoga teachings I received come from the teaching tradition of Krishnamacharya through the spread of his son TKV Desikachar. Some of the key elements are:

  • The adaptation of Yoga practice to individuals, emphasising function over form (Viniyoga)
  • The balance between steadiness (sthira) and ease (sukha)
  • The breath and movement support each other, the coordination between the two is core to the Yoga practice

I integrate Rolfing principles into my approach to Yoga sessions to offer a space to explore movement and expand awareness to facilitate change applying the following principles

  • Adaptability: finding the balance between stability and mobility
  • Support: from within, from the ground from the space
  • Palintonicity:  awareness of opposite directions simultaneously

Yoga and movement sessions offer a space to explore and bring awareness to the inside self-sense of the body

The benefits

Safe space
to explore

The breath and the relationship with movement
The myofascial lines in the body
How orientation to ground and space influences
our perception and coordination

to improve

Body awareness
Balance and flexibility
Range of motion
General wellbeing

Yoga Sessions


Personalized one-on-one sessions designed around your needs. They are designed to respond to specific issues, for example:
  • Are you a regular practitioner and want to do specific sessions to work on some asanas in particular?
  • Do you want to get started in the practice of Yoga and don’t know where to start?
  • Do you want to practice at home regularly and would like to have a practice adapted to your goals and the time you have?

Groups - Comig Soon

Workshops - Comig Soon

“If you can breathe, you can do yoga”
“The success of yoga does not lie in the ability to perform postures but in how it positively changes the way we live our life and our relationships.”
T.K.V. Desikachar