in Motion


Back in 2012 I followed an introductory yoga course out of curiosity. By the end of the course it was clear to me that this was something I was going to keep in my life. I signed up for a school and started exploring lots of different styles and teachers. For years I extensively practiced vinyasa and later ashtanga yoga.

Not long after I moved from Amsterdam to Berlin, the pandemic hit. Naturally, things collapsed and unfolded. I had decided that ‘right now’ I was no longer going to pursue a career as an electronic music composer but as a ‘yoga teacher’.

In exploring the Berlin yoga-scene, I realized that I was looking for a change in the way things were taught and practiced. Although I was content with my physical abilities and discipline, my practice lacked creativity and felt superficial. Slowly I felt more and more disconnected to the linear and strict approaches to movement and to the way my teachers channeled knowledge. What is ‘yoga’ and what do I want to teach became relevant questions.

This brought me to the Dynamic Mindfulness School, where in 2021, I completed the 200hrs+ Foundational Teacher Training with lead teacher Tatjana Mesar. Ever since, my views on yoga, movement, meditation and life itself changed radically. My studies with Tatjana continue with the 300hrs+ advanced teacher training program.

As a trained composer for electronic music I learned how wonderful and complex sound can be. As movement & mediation practitioner and teacher this learning process continues, but then in context of the body.

When I am not teaching or practicing you will find me studying the body in the realms of biomechanics and anatomy, walking and occasionally you will find me doing nothing, just sitting.

Are you also curious about movement or meditation? Take a look at my current offers and pricing. It would be great to chat with you!

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Photo credits: Gyan Gurung & Tim Bary