One-on-one sessions allow us to craft the yoga flows and asanas to your unique goals and improve your weaknesses. Build range of motion, balances, and dramatically improve recovery with our private yoga sessions. We offer customized sessions based on Ashtanga, Bikram, Hatha, Rocket, Iyengar, Yin, and Animal Flow.
Paul on Yoga. Through my practice of Yoga, I have mastered techniques like the handstand and forearms balances. Yoga has brought me strength that I could never develop from weight lifting alone. When I teach private yoga, I customize the lesson to the individual. Unlike other teachers who force you to conform to their program, we write a program designed for you.
Yoga Teacher ERYT500
Yoga Teacher – Various Disciplines: Hatha, Recovery, Vinyasa
- Ashtanga yoga primary series: 2010 David Svensson, Istanbul, Turkey
- Yinyoga teacher training: Ann Arnesson, 2010, Sweden
- Pre and postnatal yoga training: Karin Bjorkengren Jones, Båstad, Sweden
- Swedish massage and trigger points treatments: 2010,Friskvårdsgruppen, Lund, Sweden
- Bachelor in nursing science, registered nurse in Sweden: 2013 Lund University
- Yoga teacher ERYT 200 Yoga Alliance 2012: Alan Finger, Sarah Platt-Finger, Ulrica Norberg and Katrina Repka, Stockholm, Sweden
- DOULA training: 2013 Goteborg, Sweden
- Teacher training in restorative yoga: (2014, Stockholm)
- Ayurveda lifestyle coaching certificate: 2015 Markaryd school, Sweden
- ERYT 500, ISHTA yoga: Training taught by Alan Finger, Sarah Platt-Finger, Ulrica Norberg and Katrina Repka, Stockholm, Sweden)
- Integrative nutrition health coach: 2019-2020
I enjoy teaching and practicing: Bikram Yoga, Rocket Yoga, Astanga Yoga, and Hatha Yoga. These are some of the latest asanas and poses I have been practicing. Through yoga, I have vastly improved my strength, lost weight, and drastically improved my flexibility. I especially love teaching inversions, arm balances, and handstands.
Practicing yoga is a deeply intimate, personal experience, which is why many people choose to start a home practice. This is where you get to be one with your body. It’s a place to move into the breath and release tension in the muscles that so easily gather throughout your days. To really let go, though, you need a little help from someone else; you need a yoga adjustment.
Paul breaks down the differences between mobility, flexibility, yoga, and stretching in careful detail. Without sufficient mobility you cannot be all that you wish to be. This applies whether your chosen craft is golf, strength training, CrossFit, or endurance running. You are not as efficient as a runner, you are more likely to get injured as a golfer, and will be slower in CrossFit. Here’s how to improve your mobility…