Every sunrise is a new opportunity.
Every change is a new opportunity.
Every challenge is a new opportunity.

And oh boy does 2020 have offered us many new opportunities 😂

Even tho things have yet again changed and new challenges have been presented, we can make it and embrace all what the current situation brings us.

As you probably have heard already, Switzerland is entering into a second (light) lockdown starting 22nd of December. This means, that we also have to close the studio and can’t have any live classes. These new restrictions will be valid at least until January 22nd. This, of course, makes me feel sad but we have to adapt to the current circumstances, find the good in the situation and think positively. 

All classes are taught online until further notice.

If you have an abo to my classes, it will be extended for the time of the lockdown. In the meantime, I welcome you to join the classes online with a price of CHF30/class. The ‘yoga for a good night’s sleep class is CHF20. You can pay the Zoom yoga classes with TWINT or bank transfer. Send me a message to sign up to the classes.

You will receive a recording of the class you attended and the recording will be available for you for three days. If you can’t make it to the live stream yoga class you can also purchase the recording and watch it at a time most suitable for you (within the three days time range). 

TWINT: 076 378 9944
Bank transfer: CH82 0900 0000 1524 6404 6

Here’s the Zoom Yoga schedule:

  • MON 19:00-20:15 Prenatal yoga
  • MON 20:45-21:30 Yoga for a good night’s sleep –> FREE class on the 21st of December!
  • TUE 19:00-20:30 Evening yoga
  • WED 09:00-10:15 Gentle Yoga
  • FRI 06:45-08:00 Early bird yoga

No classes on the following dates:

  • 23.12.-27.12.
  • 30.12.-03.01.

I will for sure miss your presence at the studio but I’m hoping to see many of you in Zoom classes. I wish you all a lovely Christmas and a great start for the year 2021! Lets hope for a better 2021 for all of us. 

Stay happy, stay healthy, stay safe, and remember to take care and nurture your whole being. Take time for yourself, spend time with your loved ones, take a walk in the nature, or whatever it is that gives you joy and keeps your happy hormones flowing. 


Is an overactive mind, stress, or aches in the body preventing you to have a good quality sleep?

Mental centring meditation technique from Heartfull Meditation created by Savitri is the most powerful technique I know to calm and center the mind.

I’m a mother of two young children, a yoga teacher, an entrepreneur, and a wife who’s daily life oftentimes is rather busy and hectic. I used to sleep very badly mostly because of stress and constant thoughts and worries running through my mind day in day out. It was only until I started to intensively study and practice yoga asana, meditation, and breathing that I managed to calm my brain and my nervous system before going to bed. This made a huge difference in my sleep quality! 

A few years ago, I decided to make a change in my evening routine. I promised myself to put sleep at the top of my priority list simply because I was tired of feeling tired and needing caffeine to keep me going through the day. The biggest and most powerful change was to make the last hour before going to bed as peaceful and pleasant as possible (with small kids this is sometimes easier said than done but we do our best and accept the rest).

Rest and sleep is underrated in our modern society that idolises multitasking, being productive 24/7, and working long hours.

This meant ditching all the distracting things (like browsing the internet, snacking, tv, etc.) and switching them into calming things like a warm shower, oil massage, restorative yoga & stretching, breathing exercises, meditation, and reading a book.

Most of our waking hours we spend by living from the mind. We think, analyze, calculate, communicate, and do most of our daily tasks using the power of the mind. Our minds are constantly active and working towards something or are clinging to something belonging in the past. If we don’t give our minds the chance to rest and recharge we get into trouble. If we let our mind keep running an eternal marathon, it will eventually burn out leaving us lying scattered, paralyzed, and breathless along our journey of life.

When bedtime’s approaching we should avoid strong stimulation and instead, support our nervous system to switch from the fight or flight mode (sympathetic mode) into the rest & digest mode (parasympathetic mode). And here’s where yoga, meditation, and breathing become very helpful tools. In yoga, we have something that will create a response of calmness.

“Every sunset is an opportunity to reset.” –Richie Norton

For us to sleep better, our bodies need to settle into a parasympathetic mode where rest and healing can happen. Oftentimes, especially after a busy day, our minds are racing, our breath is fast and shallow, and we might experience aches and pains in the body which can all disturb our sleep.

We need to free our minds from the constant chatter so that we can easily fall asleep and our brain can reset itself during the night. Releasing physical tension, calming the mind, and freeing the breath brings our whole being in a parasympathetic mode and prepares us for a restful night. 

I have created an ONLINE class called ‘Yoga for a good night’s sleep’ that is designed specifically to wind down after an active day. During this 45 minutes class, we will meditate to bring calmness to the mind, learn to breathe fully and deeply, and release bodily tension through specific yoga poses. Especial attention is given to the hips, legs, and spine. This class is suitable for all levels of yogis from complete beginners to more advanced students. The first class is on the 21st of December and as a Christmas present to You, I offer the first class for FREE! Just send me a message if you would like to join and I will send you a Zoom link to join the class. You will learn a powerful yet simple and easy meditation technique to calm your mind, one breathing technique that has the power to take you into the lalaland in no time, and simple stretches and restorative yoga poses to free the body from physical discomfort.

“Each night, when I go to sleep, I die. And the next morning, when I wake up, I am reborn.”
― Mahatma Gandhi