I am a 200-hour certified yoga teacher and Reiki II therapist from Yandara Yoga Institute in Mexico, a 50-hour yin yoga teacher certified from Yoga Collective in Denmark, and a cultural anthropologist from the University of Aarhus. As a cultural anthropologist I am specialized in identity constructions, Latin America and globalization.
I teach yoga from my heart, and I do my best to create a safe and loving space with a hint of playfulness. I am extremely interested in getting different cultures under my skin; I have lived in the USA, Nicaragua and Mexico, and I have traveled quite a lot on my own. The world is my home, and yoga is my lifestyle.
For the moment, I teach two vinyasa classes, a gentle yoga class and a hatha flow class a week. I have more than 570 hours of teaching experience. I offer yin yoga, gentle yoga, hatha flow, as well as workshops in self-reflection and sensory perception.
In my yoga classes we embody wisdom. I find it important to bring forth the stories and messages from yoga myths and scriptures, because they invite us to reflect on our own lives, and thereby they offer us the opportunity to learn about ourselves and to grow. Chanting, meditation and pranayama are always included in the studio classes I teach, because I consider it useful tools in the practice of cultivating unity, community, inner calmness and universal love.