As a very unathletic person my whole life, I thought I would never be strong or bendy enough to be “good at” yoga. However, through the kind guidance of my teacher, Jamila Ballani, and the stressful year 2020 in France, I quickly realized that practicing yoga was much more than just being strong or bendy. By then, committing to a daily practice made me realize nothing in yoga was about competition and it brought me calmness of mind and the confidence I needed to pursue my dreams outside the mat. I learned to love myself and with time and practice, I discovered that my body and mind could be a lot more flexible than what I made myself believe until now. I quickly tried different yoga styles and still love to explore new ways and methods to practice yoga. I find ground in Hatha and Iyengar yoga, ease in Yin and Restorative yoga and strength/challenge in Vinyasa, Ashtanga and Rocket yoga. Being curious and enthusiastic about everything I learned during the practice of these very different styles of yoga, I became an Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga teacher in 2022 so that I could share what I know with others. I love to mix a little bit of everything in my flows where you will find as much technique as challenge.
200H Ashtanga Vinyasa YTT, Anders Asker & Rebecka Walter