My yoga classes offer a range of benefits that cater to all individuals, regardless of their experience level or specific needs. I consider my self specialised in traditional Tantra Yoga. Yet, I use a variety of styles, including Yin, Hatha, and Vinyasa, to help my students with their unique goals and taste. From reducing stress and anxiety to improving strength, flexibility, and overall well-being, my classes provide a comprehensive mind-body experience that will leave you feeling balanced and harmonious. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced yogi, come and join me on a journey of self-discovery and transformation, and find the practice that’s perfect for you.

Tantra yoga

Tantra yoga is a holistic approach that combines the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects in a harmonious way to promote growth and well-being. Yoga poses, yogic breathing, meditations, visualizations, mantras, gestures, and energy locks are all woven together in this practice. The practice, which has its roots in ancient Indo-Tibetan wisdom, integrates tantric concepts such as the subtle body, life force, and the five primordial elements through the use of chakras and energy channels. It focuses on methodically awakening primordial forces and sees the body as a microcosm of the universe.

Hatha yoga

There are two possible translations for the term “hatha”: “sun” (ha) and “moon” (tha), which refer to the yoga of balance, and “willful” or “forceful,” which refers to the yoga of activity. The main goal of Hatha Yoga is to prepare your body, mind, and spirit for meditation by bringing them into alignment and calming them down.

Hatha yoga encompasses the majority of yoga styles practiced in the West. Hatha yoga is simply the practice of physical yoga postures. As such, all of your yoga classes—Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Iyengar, and Power Yoga—fall under this category.

Vinyasa yoga

The definition of “vinyasa” is “arranging something in a special way,” which could apply to your body when performing yoga poses. Vinyasa yoga is therefore a progressive sequence that links one pose to the next, coordinating breath and movement for a fluid “flow.” Vinyasa includes Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Power Yoga.


Power Yoga is a intense vinyasa style that focuses on fitness. It is a branch of Ashtanga Yoga and shares many of the same characteristics and advantages, such as lowering stress levels, increasing strength, flexibility, and internal heat production.


Yin yoga is a form of yoga that uses extended holds in a variety of seated and reclining positions to calm the mind and reach deeper fascia layers.

You stay still, find your edge where you can feel the stretch without straining, and give yourself permission to stay here for a while (usually three to five minutes). It’s an easy practice that offers significant therapeutic benefits for flexibility, vitality, longevity, and other areas.


Yoga therapy is the methodical application of different yogic techniques to conditions like addiction, trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and other health issues, as well as physical injury, chronic pain, and mental or emotional stress. For a holistic approach to healing and well-being, it usually incorporates movement with deep, rhythmic breathing and relaxation.