Where do you do your best thinking?

Ideas often come when you are not trying, when your senses are stimulated by other things

We all run from one thing to another, no time, constantly switched on & glued to the phone.  When do you balance this? How do you clear your head to spark new ideas?

Give yourself a little downtime to get more out of your day!  Get your head out of a screen & put things back into perspective.

What people said

It is rare to be guided by a teacher who 'feels' a group and has an eye for every single person's anatomy. I'm pleased to say we found this rare teacher! Some of the participants were experienced in yoga, others not at all. Tracey turned out to be the perfect teacher for all of us. Kind, easygoing and a true delight to work with!

Sabine Van Lerbeirghe
Sabine Van Lerbeirghe zabineziet.be | Freelance idea furnisher for companies such as Canvas, Woestijnvis, De Standaard & Ageas

Who can do yoga?

Anyone who wants to do something to feel better in their own skin & unwind.

You don't need to be flexible at all to feel the benefits; you'll be surprised how little it takes to notice a difference.  You can profit physically & mentally from the movement & breathing whether you do a little or a lot.


Yoga is basically a moving meditation that makes you feel great.

You switch off the persistent brain stimulation that's coming at you from everywhere & give your mind a chance to declutter itself & refocus.

You counteract the effects of sitting all day e.g. compression of your lower back.  By moving your body in all directions you decompress your spine & open up parts of the body that are tight & short.

You let yourself recharge by releasing tightness in the  body to allow energy to flow freely.

What is a class like?

A fun mix of dynamic Ashtanga yoga poses to get you moving, build strength & completely forget you are in the office.  Balanced with super-relaxing Yin yoga poses to de-stress & release tension.

Poses & class sequences can be adapted to what people want & time of day.


We want people to feel relaxed & able to focus on themselves, so a meeting room with some privacy is perfect.

The size of the space depends on the number of people; you can estimate 2m² per person.

What to wear?

Wear comfortable active-wear that allows you to move.  No shoes needed - yoga is practised barefoot so that you can you can feel the ground beneath your feet.  Bring an additional layer such as a long-sleeved top & socks for the final relaxation poses.



Special Events

Incorporate a yoga lesson into your teambuilding day,  your wellness-at-work initiative or as part of your plan to support transitional challenges within the workplace.

Would you like to know more?

I would be happy to discuss the best options for you & your team.