Sharing practices to bring you home, wherever you are.
I have been an explorer of the connection of body and spirit since I remember, and besides other practices, Yoga is the one that feels more home to me.
Asana, breath and meditation have been for me the way to live more connected to my true self, to my body and to bring clarity and quiet my busy mind. The physical body is the starting point, in my classes I deliver practices respecting everyones different structure and mobility, I resonate with a functional approach to the Yoga practice. The energetic body is also cherished and celebrated tuning in with breath and the power of our attention and awareness.
Yoga reveals to me trough movement but also stillness, devoted to bring that balance of Yang and Yin, where body, mind, soul and breath are one. It is a great blessing to be able to do this work and to make Yoga accessible to everybody.
I am grateful to share and hold space to this practices that have been impactful on my own path :
Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Vinyasa . Meditation & Pranayama . Thetahealing Meditation Reflection journaling sessions . Women Circles . Ecstatic Dance
Vinyasa Yoga classes are made of a unique sequence of asana (postures) Connecting the breath with movement, it is an flowy active practice to cultivate strength and balance in the
body and mind.
Flow mindfully using the compass of the breath as if in a dance and expect a practice that will make you feel awaken, embodied and balanced.
In all practices we take time to sit in a brief but grounding meditation.
Yin Yoga is a practice of gentle long holding postures that are meant to target the deeper layers of the body.
Yin Yoga aims to lengthen the connective tissue and to stimulate the meridians - the energetic pathways of the physical body - it stimulates Qi or Prana to flow, bringing regeneration of the tissues, restoring the energy and bringing stillness to the mind.
It is a meditative practice that cultivates awareness and connection.
Yoga Nidra is a guided practice of deep relaxation where the practitioner will be comfortably laying on Savasava.
Floating between the awake and sleeping state, we tap into a lower brain wave that allows us to experience pure awareness and be closer to our subconscious. We can reestablish peace and connection and heal from anxiety states and rest from busy minds.
This magical practice stimulates the release of the 'good' hormones into our body.