For Maud, Yoga is an essential life-long practice that maximises our potential, helping us to find and to understand the truth of who we are. She believes in a continuous and holistic practice that incorporates:
Embodied movement (Asanas)
Ayurveda (ancient holistic medicine, encompassing Nutrition, Mind and
Maud teaches Asana, Pranayama and Meditation to allow people to feel connected to their essence. With a lifelong passion for movement, she interested in the physical practice of Yoga and the effect of Asana and Pranayama on the body, mind and movement of energies. She also practises Transcendental Meditation, and firmly believes in its healing and transformative power. Maud first trained in Iyengar Yoga in Paris with Alex Onfroy (2010-2012) before relocating to Melbourne and completing her 200hr YTT certification in Vinyasa Yoga at Power Living Australia (2014), with internationally acclaimed teachers Cassie Lee and Chris Wilson. Maud is constantly learning from her students, her teachers and her own body. Her teaching is continuously influenced by Modern Yogis like Rod Stryker, Meghan Currie, Dice Iida-Klein as well as Iyengar Yoga Master Usha Devi.