I’m born to a Kenyan father and a Swiss mother and Ashtanga Yoga first came into my life early on in my childhood.
In 2011 I moved to The Netherlands where I discovered and explored different styles of yoga only to find my way back to Ashtanga; after my first class in several years I found that my body remembered the sequence before my mind even did. After experiencing this reconnection with my body I knew that this was it and there was no going back.
My daily practice sets me in balance; energetically, mentally and physically. I truly believe in this practice and in its ability to change lives, coming to my mat every morning eventually led me to want to share this practice with others.
I take a firm yet light and non-dogmatic approach to teaching Ashtanga, and I take a safe and straight forward approach in teaching beginners. My goal is to provide a comfortable environment in which to give you the tools to create an effective and lasting approach to improvement and maintenance of the mind and body.
I’m grateful for so many things and so many people, but keeping this short and sweet, I am extremely grateful for the support and guidance of my teachers here in The Netherlands and in India.