My yoga classes are often physically arrogating, to bring clients first of all to their bodies and their breath, experiencing the interplay of exertion and relaxation. My yoga style is particularly suiting for people having problems to wind down. A rather flowing asana practice at the beginning of the class, combined with a subsequent calming and restorative focus and pranayama (breathing techniques) and meditation practice towards the end of the class is a promising recipe for stress relaxation and recovery of both mind and body for adult people of all ages.
Also, I combine the ancient wisdom with modern insights from Psychology which was often found to be particularly beneficial by my students.
I always design my classes thoroughly to meet the requirements and needs of the clients – no matter if they chose yoga as a preventive and restorative practice, as a bodily workout or as a path towards spirituality.