Life gets more and more demanding and uncertain.

Perhaps you feel stressed, overwhelmed and chronically tired and you find it difficult to find a moment for yourself .

You might experience back pain,  neck pain or have difficulties sleeping.

Perhaps you have heard that yoga can be helpful to improve your health and release stress. But you were reluctant to try due to the misconception that one has to be flexible to practise it or never have found ‘the right time’ to start.

Maybe you have already tried some group classes, online classes or YouTube videos. But then you found it difficult and painful. Or you have never managed to include it in your busy schedule.

If this is the case, I have some good news. I am here for you.





Having myself worked in high-stress environments, I know first-hand how stress can reduce the quality of life. Being also a medical doctor, I know all too well the long-term impact of stress on your mental and physical health. 

Chronic fatigue, difficulties sleeping, back pain, digestive issues, muscle tensions, irritability…

I have been there too. If you experience any of the above, it is high time to push the reset button. Yoga being a holistic practise that includes physical postures, breathing exercises and relaxation techniques can make a huge difference in your life. I have experienced it first hand.

All this being said, it is important to remember that yoga is safe if done safely.

As a yoga teacher I follow the same principle as a doctor:  ‘first, do no harm’ .

I got injured quite a few times as a yoga student, my knee, my back, my hip… So as a yoga teacher, I am very focused on the alignement, anatomical and physiological aspects of yoga and individual adjustements which I find necessary for the safety of yoga practice.

My mission is to make yoga safe and accessible and to share this fascinating path with as many people as I can.

I am looking forward to be part of your journey.


19 years of yoga practice, 320 hours of yoga teacher training with Sharat Arora (one of India’s most renowned teachers and assistant of BKS Iyengar for 7 years), daily practice, continuous training and courses, as welll as research on yoga have given me a solid foundation to help my students explore their imprinted patterns and experience significant changes in body and mind.

Medical studies & medical practice  (3 years in Anesthesiology and Intensive care department, 4 months internship in Rehabilitation Clinique, 3 months work in Psychiatric Hospital) and a deep understanding of anatomy and physiology help me to make classes safe for my students, regardless of their body composition.

And my serious meditation practice* (16 years of Vipassana meditation practice and regular intensive silent retreats) helps me connect to a deeper level of the mind and to better understand daily struggles.

I have been teaching group yoga classes in Lausanne and Montreux (in cooperation with Sattva Institute and Studio 88), corporate yoga classes in Lausanne and Nyon (in cooperation with Zen@work), organizing yoga events in La Tour-de-Peilz  & Lausanne, as well as teaching multiple private and semi private yoga classes mainly in Swiss Rivera Region but also in Lausanne and Geneva.

*Please note, that I do not teach meditation. If you are seriously interested in learning meditation, the best place to start is by joining 10-day Vipassana meditation course as taught by SN Goenka.  

Contact me today to get started

If you are interested in private yoga, contact me to schedule your free and brief intro call so I can understand who you are and so you can get to know me as well.

On our intro call, we can schedule your trial yoga session, to get to know each other better and make sure you get the most benefit from your tailor-made practice.