Due to restrictions, classes will be available for 4 – 5 students at a time. Because of these restrictions, I am unfortunately not able to maintain my previous prices (they always have been below the average, which is now not sustainable for me anymore). Prices will be increased to 15 euro per drop in class – I am sorry for any inconvenience & hope for your understanding. 

Private classes and Ayurvedic consultations/treatments will be available by appointment. 

Zoom classes can be made available again if there is enough interest – please let me know. 


We will begin on Friday 11th with the following schedule:

Fridays 10am – 11.30am (advanced)

Mondays 10am – 11.30am (advanced)

Mondays 7pm – 8.30pm (intermediate class)

Tuesdays 7pm – 8.30pm (mixed class)

Wednesdays 7pm – 8.30pm (intermediate)

(Please note that there are no classes for complete beginners at this time – hopefully I will be able to add one soon)

For booking, please scroll down to the bottom of the page but before you pay online, and please make sure there is a space for you as they book out quickly. 

I look forward to seeing you all soon!

For more information, please send me an email to or call 0861594508

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Private classes

In a private class, we can focus more deeply on your own personal needs and intentions. We can work on a sequence that suits your individual needs, which you can practice at home. Private classes are usually taken every 2 – 5 weeks. At each appointment, we will build on your personal sequence, making changes as needed, as you grow in strength, flexibility and vitality. During private classes, we can focus on your own personal interest in Yoga – it can be designed around the therapeutic use of Asana, breathwork, meditation or even include more applied philosophy. The choice is yours. 

The cost for private classes are 60 euro for one hour and 80 euro for 90 min, (60 euro for regular students). Booking is by appointment, so please contact me before you make a payment online (scroll down for payments). 


What is Yoga and how can it transform your life?

The word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word Yuj, meaning “to yolk” or “to unite”. Yoga refers to the union between body, mind and our innermost self.

If we can bring harmony and balance into all of our layers of being, we can optimise the functioning of our bodies and minds and align ourselves with the natural flow of the universe, thus bringing ease and abundance into our lives.

Through Yoga practice, we can achieve a state of equilibrium by re-setting our energy centres, nervous and circulatory system, musculoskeletal system and bring peace and wellbeing to our mind. 

It all starts with some simple postures and breathwork. But in the end, it will transform your life. 


Vinyasa Yoga


The Sanskrit word “Vinyasa” means “to place in a special way”. It is often translated with “ritual”. It refers the the “ritualised” practice of synchronisation between movement and breath. A vinyasa class consists of a sequence of postures that flow gracefully into one another, creating a harmonious play between movement and stillness, inhale and exhale, strength and flexibility, contraction and expansion, dynamic effort and relaxation. In the uniting of these opposing forces (Yoga = Union), we will ultimately experience the blissful state that results from being in complete harmony with ourselves. 

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga (Ashtanga = eight, Ansa = limb) refers to the eight step program to achieving absolute peace of mind as described by the ancient sage Patanjali in the Yoga Sutra.

In our practice, we try to maintain a mindful, present moment awareness while we work on postures and breath control. Although the physical practice can be challenging, it is the state of moving meditation we aim to enter into, that makes it “Ashtanga Yoga”.

The Asana sequence used as a guideline is the primary series of Ashtanga Yoga as designed by Pattabhi Jois. 


Based on the knowledge of Ayurveda, the practice of Yoga Asana can be used as therapy for body and mind. 

With thoughtful application of breath work and postures we can influence the body’s internal balance of Dosha, our metabolic activities and the elimination of toxins (Agni) strengthen and balance our nervous system and our endocrine system (Nadi and Chakra) and improve our mental health and energy levels profoundly. 

Ayu means life.

As living Yoga, the use of Asana and breath work has to change according to the practitioners needs. It is a continuous action and reaction that aims to balance our fluctuation. As Yoga for Life, this practice is there to guide you through your life, not only on the mat. 

The more we practice, the more the benefits will spill over from the mat into our daily lives and soon we will notice a much higher sense of awareness. We will feel more awake and alive in everyday situations. This awareness allows us to see things in a new light, deal with stressful situations in a calm and collected way and experience a much greater freedom not only in our body but also in our heart and mind. 





Yoga Class

A 90 min group class


Private Yoga class

A one hour one to one class that focuses on your personal needs. Can be shared by up to 3 people.


90 min private class