something known, something new, something weird

In my classes you'll taste a surprising mix of these ingredients: something known, something new, something weird... You'll have space to experience movement in diversity, embrace playful explorations, and learn to figure out what works for you.

I see my practice as essentially queer because it's not prescriptive, it doesn't rely on your compliance, and it keeps a safe and respectful distance from lineages. It aims to give you a lot of agency over your body and your own experience.

And you don't have to identify as queer to join my classes, everybody's welcome!

"queer as being about the self that is at odds with everything around it and it has to invent and create and find a place to speak and to thrive and to live."
- bell hooks

Here's some of the feedback I've consistently recieved in the last years:

You create such a warm feeling of community where from the very start of the class everybody feels welcome.
You have an excellent way of breaking down complex teachings and making them digestible. You have a great ability to present deep, important topics and ideologies without making them too heavy or serious.
I have chronic lower back pain which often make practicing yoga difficult but in your classes I feel I get the freedom to do what's good for me and I really enjoy it.
In your classes I am empowered to explore my body, feelings, and spirituality just as they are without trying to get somewhere on the mat. There is room for my own creativity, and for sharing my experiences and feelings. I feel very free and safe at the same time.
All in all I would always recommend your classes as I haven’t found a teacher like you so far. So conscious about the different needs of each student and most important for me, that you always repeat: listen to yourself and find out what’s best for you.