Yoga & Meditation

unifying mind, body and soul

Yoga is the union of the mind, body & soul.
More than just a movement practice, it is a philosophy & lifestyle that helps to bring more balance into our lives.

As student & teacher, I am here to serve and bring light & relaxation into people’s lives through yoga.

My classes can be a combination of music & flow, through carefully selected music to accompany the journey, sharing my soothing songs in Savasana, or collaborating with my talented artist or sound healer friends for live music yoga.


“Yoga allows you to rediscover a sense of wholeness in your life, where you do not feel like you are constantly trying to fit broken pieces together.”
– B.K.S. Iyengar

Yoga in Nature

Be here now. That is the mantra of Yoga in Nature. Without distractions from the buzzing lives in town, but only the sounds of nature to accompany us, we can tune deeply into the inner knowing. The earth beneath reminds us to ground, and the sky above teaches us to fly.

To me personally, there is no better yoga mat than mother nature herself. Whether on green grass or peeling sand, the healing power is immense. But of course, anyone is welcome to bring a mat or a towel to practice on, too.

I have taught Hatha Yoga on hikes in Switzerland, and Sunset Yin Yoga in Bali, Indonesia.

Yin Yoga & Sound Healing

Taking our time, breath by breath. In Yin Yoga, we slow down. The poses are held for several minutes, going deeper with each inhalation, releasing more with every exhalation. The goal is to go into a blissful & relaxed state, and to work with the fascia.

I usually combine the practice by combining it with soothing live acoustic music. This helps the mind to fully let go & for the practitioner to come into a meditative state.

In the past have taught Yin Yoga at Modern Woman Festival 2019, with live tibetan bowl sound healing by Kasia MY Body & Soul, at Magic Ubud 2020 featuring mantras & guitar by Ilham Arsanto, and at The Yoga Barn in a collaboration with Hayden Rain and Susanne Lichtenegger.

Kid’s Yoga

Yoga for our youngest! Kid’s Yoga is super fun & playful. I teach children about asanas, mantras & meditation by doing animal noises with them, or letting them discover their inner superhero.

I teach Kid’s Yoga at Tunjung Sari School in Mas, and for free at my house, Villa Bodensee in Bedulu, Bali.

“Yoga is an art, cultivated & refined through the skillful practice of mindful intention. The canvas is yourself, the artist is the practice, and the masterpiece is the exhibition of inner beauty & peace.”
– Dylan Werner

upcoming classes

come bend with me!

Currently, no classes are being offered.

I will give updates on when classes are being resumed.

my yoga story

I started to practice yoga at 17 because I hoped it would correct my terrible posture. Throughout my teen years, was often told that I had a hunchback – from years spent gaming & writing codes on my computer, and having such low self-worth that I tried to make myself as small as possible. And so, suffering from severe back pain at such a young age led me to discover yoga as a physical practice. And when I did, it felt like I was coming home.

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During my entire childhood & teenage years, I was very far from being athletic or graceful. I was extremely clumsy & suffered from asthma, and as a result I sucked at school sports. I was always to get chosen for teams, and the last in any races. Besides dancing, I couldn’t find any joy in moving my body. Yoga has changed that. It brought me back to my body, and taught me to love the body I am in. 

Since I started to practice yoga, I gradually enjoyed other forms of sports as well, such as martial arts, running & lifting weights. My yoga practice is always by my side, whether at home or in studios. It is my way of grounding & coming back to myself. Yet, I was still far away from seeing myself as a teacher.

In 2017, when I was travelling across the South American continent, yoga became a huge part of my everyday life. For the first time ever, I had been completely sober. I was detached from particular places & possessions, waking up everyday to new sights & smells, no smartphone, no work that occupied my mind. The one consistent thing during that time was my yoga & meditation practice. I would find time & place for it everywhere: on hostel rooftops, in green parks, at bus stops or on crowded ferries.

It helped me to stay grounded & keep my balance. And I started to attract other practitioners. Local children would watch me curiously and try to mirror my movements. Fellow hostel guests would join my practices. New friends asked me to teach them. At some point, I ended up living in a community in the depths of the Amazon, where I started to teach bigger groups on a regular basis. I had no prior teaching experience, but I started to realize: “I’m really good at this. It brings people joy. Why not continue?”

So I continued to teach friends & small groups in Switzerland, Spain and Morocco, before finally deciding to move back to Bali, where I could dedicate myself deeper to the yogic philosphy. Through the scriptures of B.K.S. Iyengar and Patanjali, I discovered the means of Yoga to bring harmony not only as a physical practice, but as a philosophy & a way of life.

So far, I have completed two teacher trainings at SOHA: School of Healing Arts, under the guidance of my amazing teachers Daniela Garza, Carlos Romero and Sharada, collecting a total of 300HRS of Yoga Teacher Trainings within the Yoga Alliance framework. The trainings have been life-changing. Since then, I continue to teach at studios, schools & retreats around Bali, happily passing on the joy I have found in this ancient practice.

“You do not need to seek freedom in a different land, for it exists with your own body, heart, mind, and soul.”
– B.K.S. Iyengar