Where does your interest in yoga come from?
It was the meditative aspect of yoga that drew me to the yoga mat. I needed something that could quiet my mind, and yoga did that better than anything else. I started a regular yoga and meditation practice in 2006. Since then, I’ve been on plenty of retreats, workshops, and taken several training courses, and yoga has become an integral part of my life.
What motivates you to teach?
Just the expression on the students’ faces when they sit up after Shavasana is enough. There’s nothing more rewarding than passing on yoga. I hope that after a yoga class with me, people have gotten a little closer to themselves.
What motivates you to continue practicing today?
Yoga makes me pause and be present in my own body. It’s a practice in discipline to meet oneself on the yoga mat (almost) every day and be present with what is. I keep learning new things about myself through my practice, things I can also use outside the mat.
What do you particularly like about Senses?
There’s a lovely atmosphere at Senses. It’s due to all the skilled instructors and receptionists, and especially all the members who come to the studio.
1718 København V
Senses Sommerstedgade 5-7 1718 København V E-mail: email@example.com CVR: 34465576 The reception’s opening hours vary according to the class schedule. Typically, we are closed during the middle of the day on weekdays when there are no classes.