The emphasis in all yoga forms that we offer is on biomechanics (healthy alignment and movement patterns) and joy.
The aim is to strengthen both the body and the mind, for a healthier and happier life.

Yoga gives us fantastic tools to handle challenges; it opens our eyes to everyday magic (the smell of cinnamon rolls, the sun in our face on the way to work, the beauty of a raindrop….) which we often simply don’t see when we rush through life. Yoga helps us to cultivate mindfulness and presence and gives us a better focus, making us more efficient.
Read more here about what we offer for companies and contact Jennie for other suggestions (workshops, small group classes, retreats etc).

“The more I teach the more I understand that I am just a guide, here to serve, to facilitate and hold space for all who are ready to awaken, unfold and expand out into the world with grace and compassion.” – Julie Martin

I am mainly focusing on the following yoga styles/techniques
– Yoga Nidra
– Virya yoga
– Vinyasa flow
– Slow flow
– Ashtanga vinyasa yoga
– Yin yoga
– Restorative yoga
– Mindfulness
– Pranayama & meditation

Over the years I’ve had the honour and joy to study with some truly amazing teachers. I can’t list all of them here (the list would be too long!) but I feel a huge gratitude to all yogis and yoginis, both teachers and students, that I have met and who have transformed me into who I am today. Here’s a few: Sri K Pattabhi Jois, Saraswati Jois, Julie Martin, Josephine Selander, Josefin Wikström, Doug Keller, Melanie Cooper, Maria Boox, Helena Wintre, Neesha Zollinger, Paul & Suzee Grilley, Uma & Nirlipta Tuli, Sarah Powers and Ulrica Norberg.