My approach is sensitive, practical, and intersectional.
I am interested in supporting the access and integration of neurosciences with contemplative and somatic practices.
The trauma-informed approach is present across all my work and interventions, as a teacher, therapist, and coach.
My vision is sustained on the acknowledgement of our interdependence and capacities of regeneration.
I work from the principles of witnessing, active listening and observation, interconnectedness and value of diversities, from my own place as an immigrant woman.
Sensorial Yoga is shaped by traditional yoga and neurosciences.
I am thinking about the connection with our body-knowing, in words of Suely Rolnik, is an ongoing process of sensing, acting, sharing, choosing, and becoming beyond the individual paradigm.