a flower girl and Nomad by heart.
Growing up on the countryside of Austria I was craving to see the big wide world. Deep at my core I always knew that I am not that kind of girl who will stay in only one single place. Maybe part of my star sign, who know`s.
After finishing my study in touristic management at the age of 19, I took a job as a nanny caring for 2 little girls in Carlsbad California. With the benefit of living almost next door to the Deepak Chopra Center, I ended up taking regular yoga classes every week. My first ever yoga class was a Nada yoga class and the bliss I felt afterwards was indescribable. I immediately felt hooked in this ancient tradition I knew so little about. A method which was so much more than squeezing my body in certain poses. After a long time I felt home. Home in my own body. In 2013 I then decided to complete my first 200hrs yoga teacher training, less with the intention of teaching rather than deepening my own practice.
I always felt the urge in wanting to help people to feel confident, healthy and happy since I deeply believe the only true change we can make to contribute to this world, is with our-selves. Getting back a healthy body is basic self-respect, reconnecting with our confidence is the only way to respect what surrounds us, healing our broken hearts and bodies is the only way to love fully.
Working with my hands has always been another big aspect of my life and after various trainings in worldwide recognized healing methods, I felt finally able to see the connection and the human body as whole. And still, I felt there was one big element missing. The science of nutrition, since I believe this is the main petrol that drives us, right after our thoughts. And so I completed my training in holistic nutrition in 2019.
For the last 8 years I have been living in Southeast Asia where I got married and gave birth to our beautiful girl Maya. After practicing yoga for almost 13 years and especially since becoming a mom, I believe that everyone needs to have a way to fill up their cup. A way to recharge and reunite with oneself. Taking care of yourself is not selfish, it’s necessary and the only way you can thrive, help and support others.
Together with my travel tribe (Husband Chris, Toddler Maya, Baby Ella and Jeli the cat) I am currently living in Malaga, Spain.