Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu: may all beings be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and freedom for all.

Corinne practices yoga for more than seven years and has explored various styles with different teachers worldwide: Hatha, Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Inside Flow, Yin, Power, Bikram, Lu Jong, Laughing, Dru, Acro, Katonah, Continuum, Animal Flow, and Kundalini to name a few.

At some point, she certified successfully as yoga and mindfulness teacher (595hrs with International Yoga Alliance). The last years she travelled across Europe to share her yoga joy with male and female students aged 4 to 90+ years and from various backgrounds.  naturally came with different needs and some of them have ADHS, others maybe a hear impairment, trauma, burn out, are gifted with special abilities, have a learning disability, are mamas who want to get back into shape or young super fitness keen men, some just want to find out what’s all about that trendy yoga and others simply want to be part of a friendly community.

Corinne believes everyone is their own best teacher. Therefore, she understands her role as yoga and mindfulness teacher more as a facilitator for the dialogue between body and mind, a connector between the outer and inner world and a host offering a safe space to explore the richness of the very moment.

When teaching yoga, Corinne aims at providing sessions according to different levels, needs and the specific context if that is a yoga studio, community centre, refugees camp, fitness hub, school, during a retreat or at an event. Her sessions can be anything from playful to dynamic to empowering to gentle and relaxing.

As a student, Corinne likes to complement her self-practice with reading up theory from different books and participating in varied workshops and sessions, so that she can test the information against scientific evidence, her own experience and the general knowledge.