Pilates and yoga instructor


I met Pilates in 2008 and immediately fell in love with this form of movement, its depth in anatomy and the biomechanics of the body. I obtained
my certification from BASI in 2011 and around the same time I completed my studies in yoga and obtained a master’s degree at the Bhaktivedanta Theological College. I’m fascinated by the therapeutic benefits that Pilates and yoga methods can give to our bodies. Pilates has also given me a strong foundation for every movement discipline I’ve been learning ever since, including my practice as a Thai yoga massage therapist. Amongst my hobbies and interests are reading, psychology, cooking, and traveling. I also have a love for surfing and spending time by the ocean. I go to music festivals in the summer where I love dancing and meeting new people from around the world.

Why I

I love anatomy and Im fascinated by the “universe” of the human body and mind in all dimensions, from the solid to the subtle. Pilates gave me a strong fundation and it blends into every movement discipline I’ve been learning ever since. My yoga studies also fuses with my Pilates practice where exercises can be greatly varied, therefore continuously challenging me. I consider the methods of Pilates and yoga to be an incredibly effective way to maintain a pain-free and balanced life and that’s what I’d like to share with you!

Why I

I feel like it is my mission to teach people to move with ease and without pain. The purpose of my classes is to restore the musculoskeletal system, relief tension from daily stress, prevent musculoskeletal problems and improve posture. In my methodology, the emphasis is on the precise, conscious practice of body positions so that you too can experience the transforming and refreshing power of quality movement. I could always connect to people very easily. I love working with people and to teach them these beautiful body-mind technics and to see them bloom and shine.