Movement, meditation and mindfulness

My work has its foundation in the three pillars of movement, meditation and mindfulness.


Sports have always been important for me and has helped in life's up and downs. Physical activity boost your immune system and endorphins, to name a few benefits.

With me you'll be guided in both dynamic asana practice and slow, meditative yin yoga as well as activities like core strength!

Challenge: do 5 push-ups (on your feet or knees), 10 squats and 15 sit-ups every day for 10 days when you get out of bed in the morning. Observe what it does, on a physical and mental level.


We know that people feel better when they stay active, and we’re proud to offer first-class facilities designed to help you do just that. We have experienced staff on hand at all times, who are there to make your experience even better. Take a look around our website to find out more about what we have to offer.

A 1 minute mediation exercise: sit in a chair with your feet grounded on the floor. Close your eyes, place your left hand on your heart and your right hand on top of your left hand. Focus your attention to your breath, as you inhale and as you exhale. Continue for a minute and then gradually open your eyes to continue your activities.


To just be in the moment where you are or to give yourself the option to think of something instead of reacting and acting straight away. Whether your colleague asks you for help or a friend wants to meet up - instead of saying yes or no, allow yourself to think of what you want and to create your boundaries.

Being in tune with yourself is an important component to be your true self.

"A mindful meal": when you eat your next meal, take the opportunity to eat a little slower and allow yourself to feel the texture and the taste of the food. Very little things can have a huge impact in how you start observing yourself, your thoughts and mind-space.

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