“Who are you?”

is the most important and interesting question in order to understand you and the language, communication and ‘symptoms’ of your body. Do you listen?

Details about the types of sessions I offer:


Yoga Therapy


Yoga therapy is a holistic approach to better physical, mental and emotional health using the tools of yoga – movement, breathing, meditation, visualisation, relaxation, mindfulness etc.

Do you have a specific health issue or do you want to have a regular yoga practice fitting to your needs, abilities and conditions in order to feel better in your body, have more energy, become more focused and relaxed? In these one-on-one sessions, you will be picked up exactly where you are.


Yin Yoga


Yin yoga is a very slow type of yoga. We are in the postures for longer periods of time to apply some moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body – the tendons, fascia, ligaments and even joints resulting in increasing circulation in the joints, improving flexibility, protecting and refreshing the joints, smooth flow of the life force – chi/ prana through the body. The long stretches contribute to the hydration of fascia and help slow the aging process.

It has also a big impact on the mind – you have time and space to really feel your feelings, observe them without judgment and maybe release them. You might meet and embrace your frustration, anger, sadness, grief, anxiety, joy, boredom, love….

Yin Yoga is wonderful for anyone, who needs to slow down, relax, reduce stress and anxiety, stretch the body, be in the present moment and love her/himself a little bit more.


Yoga Nidra


Yoga Nidra is a powerful technique, which gives you a deep, consious relaxation for the body and mind, mental clarity, insightful awareness and inner peace.


Hormon Yoga


Hormone yoga is primarily intended to restore the hormone balance in the body. As a result, menstrual problems or menopausal symptoms can be alleviated. The exercises can also help to fulfill a desire to have children.

Hormonal yoga focuses on the endocrine system and aims to reactivate hormone production in a natural way and subsequently eliminate the symptoms of diseases with low hormone levels.

However HY is not for everyone! Please continue reading…



Your breath is your best friend. How is your relationship with it? And where is your mind when you sit down and breathe?

Our breath teaches us so much about ourselves. And when we learn how to breathe, we arrive in the present moment. Our mind quietens, our nervous system comes to balance, the body and mind get energized, our digestion and circulation improves, our focus is better, we reach a state of calm awareness…… and much more……


Sound Healing


Lie down, close your eyes and let the vibrations of the sound travel through your body. Read more about the benefits and other information.



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Hatha / Vinyasa Yoga


We start at the grossest level, practicing Asanas – the physical movements, then Pranayama – cultivate the relationship with our breath and energy, afterwards we might experience Dharana – concentration, trying to be ready for Dhyana – meditation, to achieve the state of a quiet and clear mind, where we are able to see the reality as it is.

This yoga sessions are taught and influenced by the Śri T. Krishnamacharya tradition, in which I have been studying yoga therapy and I strongly believe in and am blessed to be a part of this community in India. The breath is the key, leading the movement, sometimes we are in a flow of a conscious movement sequence, vinyasa krama, sometimes we stay in the asana and are aware.





Chanting brings about for me a different state of mind immediately. It is not a performance, for me it’s rather attuning myself, coming to the flow, quieting the mind and being in the present moment.

Sometimes we just chant at the beginning of the yoga session, with harmonium, piano, guitar or without any instrument. Sometimes our chanting and flowing in the present moment takes a looong time.


It is not easy to just sit down, close the eyes and meditate. The mind is mostly like a monkey and it takes time and patience to quieten it down. With the right approach though one is able to turn the attention inward, listen and maybe touch the inner Silence which is always there.

Kundalini Yoga


Yoga of Awareness. Oftentimes I use the elements of kundalini yoga in my practices or offer some shorter kundalini sessions. This combination of vigorous movements, strong breathing, chanting mantras and meditations bring about a wonderful energy for the body and spirit, one becomes more open, sensitive and aware. One feels the peace within and the sense of oneness – bliss pure.


Being a woman and going through different stages in life I’ve found an immense support in yoga. Starting the menopausal stage has been quite easy for me so far and actually it has been a reason to celebrate.

Going through this face doesn’t mean the life is going to be worse. On the contrary, I have never felt so well in my body.

It is very well possible to work on the symptoms of menopause and even starting before that as a preventive care. I practice and offer Hormone Yoga, Breathwork, Pranayama, a Yoga practice designed especially for ladies going through (peri)menopause and some Calming techniques & Meditation.

It is not a battle but Acceptance, Care, Selflove, Self compassion, Freedom, sometimes a bit of Craziness, Peace, Silence and Joy.

If you wish to get a taste of it, please get in touch with me and let’s go on the journey together.

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