I offer a Yoga practice focused on the internal awareness, developing self-kindness and curiosity about your experience of interconnectedness, just as you are.
Traditional Hatha Yoga
Accessible, Adaptive, and Trauma-sensitive Yoga
Sensorial Yoga (neuroscience-informed)
You might need a quiet space and an hour time for your own self-care, a yoga mat or a chair, a blanket and pillows, or a yoga bolster.
Slide scale pricing available
ACCESSIBILITY ALSO MEANS NO ONE WILL BE EXCLUDE FOR ECONOMICAL REASONS.
IF YOU WANT TO PRACTICE YOGA WITH ME, PLEASE REACH OUT
MobilePay (in Finland) and Paypal available.
Special pricing for immigrants in Europe and BIPOC folks.
Sensorial Yoga is the form of yoga practice I am developing.
Based on traditional Hatha Yoga and yoga philosophies, it focuses on somatic sensory processing, which is the foundation, below our conscious awareness, of how we perceive and connect with the world.
Sensorial Yoga uses movement (or yoga asana), sensory awareness, and breathing awareness, to promote the integration and regulation of our nervous system.
This approach is inspired and informed by many sources of work that unify body-mind, human development, and interpersonal neurobiology. Among these: the Sensory Integration Theory (Jean Ayres), the Sensory Enhance Yoga for Trauma Healing (Lynn Stoller), Trauma-Sensitive Yoga (Trauma Center), and the Polyvagal Theory (Stephen Porges).