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I was first introduced to yoga as a child through the legacy of my grandmother’s daily practice. Yoga, amongst other eastern philosophies, has always been embedded in the fabric of the family . My mother who is a memory therapist was trained as an esoteric Buddhist monk for 30 years, as was her own mother. These various discourses  have been a bedrock of influence which initially led me train towards my Fine Arts Degree at University. 


After 12 years of yoga practice, I completed the 200 YTT in Rishikesh, India under the tutelage of world renowned teacher yogi Vishvketu in the holistic Hatha Akhanda® method at the World Conscious Family Ashram. I continue my investigation into the healing powers of yoga, and particularly meditation, by incorporating a regular Sadhana practice. I stay inspired by following a broad range of teachings: from Amma, Mooji, Sadghuru, BKS Iyengar, Georg Feuerstein, Swami Vivekananda, Uma Dinsmore Tuli, Rod Stryker, Tara Brach, Ram Dass, Tara Judelle, Dr. Joe DispenzaPeter Levine and Caroline Myss to name a few.

My training in bodywork influences my teaching greatly. I hold foundational training at the London School of Osteopathy, Craniosacral Therapy Levels 1 & 2 from the Move On Center in Nepal, a certified ITEC Sports and Massage Diploma. I work as a Memory Therapist.


I live and work in a traditional Swedish house just outside Stockholm, Sweden. I practice here in the presence of many spring flowers and animals living with my daughter and partner. Here, I hold private sessions, online classes and courses. 


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