Teacher of Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga and Rocket Yoga (RYT 200+90), yogi since 2009-ish. After having been around the world I´ve now settled down in Stockholm, but I plan to never stop travelling! I used to run my own company as an architect, working day and night in front of a screen, but since I burned out a couple of years ago I´ve gradually switched careers. Over the last year I´ve held classes in studios in Stockholm including Yogansa, Östermalms Bikramyoga, Bonobo Flow and SATS. Apart from the strong, challenging classes of Rocket, Ashtanga and Vinyasa, I´ll be a certified Yin teacher from September 2018. I love trying out new postures as well as helping others progress towards a fun and safe practice. I find it gives me sanity, positive vibes and a good portion of laughs. As well as strength, flexibility and balance, but that´s a given! Oh right, and I sometimes write for the blog of Sweden´s largest online yoga website, Yogobe. Check it out: Yogobe blog
For any yoga inquiries or just a chat – send me an email or give me a call! mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +46 – (0)70 952 88 21
Frida teaches the first yoga class I’ve ever enjoyed! She’s a fun teacher who practices her craft beautifully, keeps each class interesting and dynamic for all of the different levels in the room, and makes sure everyone is just a little bit sore the next day!
Nina Oswald, USA/Sweden
Frida is the most supportive, encouraging, wise and gentle teacher I´ve had the pleasure of being guided by. She is a true yogi – her practice is nothing but inspiring and her nature is like a glowing light that fills people and spaces. I´ve had the pleasure of being under her guidance over the last month during my 200 hours Teacher Training in Goa, and she has inspired and nurtured me in equal measure. To be her student – you are one lucky human being!
Daisy Mulligan, U.K.
Fridas klasser är fulla med energi och kraft både för kroppen och sinnet! Hennes tydliga instruktioner och genomtänkta flöden gör att man kan lägga totalt fokus på rörelsen och andningen och glömma världen utanför.
David Fredlund, Sweden