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Yoga is both a discipline for improving self-knowledge and a practice that, if taught well, adapts to the needs and requirements of the individual. There are many reasons to practice yoga, but the opportunity that yoga offers, in a broad sense, is to reduce discomfort and gain inner peace and strength. Regular practice of physical postures, breathing techniques, meditation, and theoretical aspects can help one make progress and create strength, stability, and harmony to meet the various challenges of life.


I offer 60-minute online classes (Zoom or Skype)

– One-on-one lessons (can possibly be combined with coaching programs)
– Group lessons

My classes are designed for everyone, and especially for people over 40 who feel the need to reconnect with their bodies and minds to keep them agile, strong and receptive.


Gentle Hatha Yoga:

The word “Hatha” derives from “Ha” (sun), which indicates the masculine aspects of the world such as dynamism, warmth and strength, and “Tha” (moon), which refers to the feminine aspects such as calmness, coolness and softness. Hatha practices are designed to align and calm the body, mind and spirit, bringing balance and harmony in preparation for meditation.

Hatha focuses on breathwork synchronized with movement, allowing the body to move slowly and deliberately into different poses that challenge strength and flexibility, while focusing on relaxation and awareness.

It is an optimal entry point for those new to yoga.

Vinyasa Yoga:

The term Vinyasa is derived from Nyasa, meaning “to place,” and Vi, meaning “in a special way.” This indicates that we are not “throwing the body around here and there,” but that we are bringing awareness into every movement in every moment.

Vinyasa yoga connects one posture to the next using the breath and also focuses on transitions between poses. This can be thought of as a connection or flow in the postures, which is sometimes why it is called “Flow Yoga.”

Vinyasa yoga improves physical fitness and energy levels, promoting relaxation to calm fluctuations of the mind.


 Postural yoga:

Postural Yoga is perfect for those who need more in-depth practices and studies to deal with the consequences of physical issues such as back/neck pain or motor difficulties, weakness, stiffness and stress, especially after an injury, giving more attention to the concept of alignment and good posture.

Classic Yoga Nidra + iRest® Level 1:

Yoga Nidra literally means “yogic sleep.”

It is a powerful relaxation and meditation technique in which the mind remains awake during the normally unconscious state associated with sleep. This technique induces deep mind-body relaxation with the ultimate goal of increasing self-awareness. It is a technique to recharge, relax, rejuvenate and awaken higher consciousness.

iRest® Yoga Nidra is a contemporary form of meditative self-inquiry that has been adapted from the ancient practice of Yoga Nidra, providing techniques that help investigate the senses, perceptions and thoughts and enable one to find stability, centering and well-being regardless of life’s challenges and difficulties.

In general, in the practices you will be guided to:

  • Develop a greater awareness of your body-which is your temple, to know, understand and care for it better
  • Develop muscle tone along with flexibility to regain harmony and stability
  • Use the breath as a tool to open your heart and regain physical and emotional well-being
  • Approach meditation to cultivate mindfulness, manage stressful states and develop self-acceptance
  • Rearrange alignments to optimize proper posture
  • Regain a sense of safety, security, and confidence in movement, especially after trauma or chronic illness.