Justflow yoga is a yoga school in the centre of Rotterdam


  • Down-to-earth
  • Individual attention
  • Relaxed atmosphere
  • Small-scale
  • A maximum of 10 participants
  • Various yoga forms and yoga-pilates


    Who gives classes at Justflow yoga?



    For as long as I can remember, I have loved helping people move more and connect better with themselves. After years of working as a medical fitness and sports instructor, I became increasingly immersed in yoga. I founded justflowyoga in 2015.

    It is very important to me that everyone feels completely at ease during lessons and, above all, can be themselves. I give several options during a class to suit you, regardless of your knowledge and skill level. After all these years, I still teach yoga and pilates classes with great pleasure and passion at Justflow yoga.

    I completed my training in 2014 at the AYA Ashtanga Yoga Academy. This teacher training meets the standards of the Yoga Alliance (RYT-200). In 2015, I did a teacher training with Manju Jois. Ashtanga Yoga is the basis for many other yoga variants such as Power Yoga  and Vinyasa Flowyoga.

    In 2016, I completed Yin yoga training at Yogagarden, which also meets the standards of the Yoga Alliance (RYT-50).

    In 2018 I followed the yinyoga and mindfulness meditation training at Stillness in yoga  ( RYT-100). I did the pilates training  at Fysiophysics in 2010. With the proper anatomical and physiological knowledge gained from a.o  this training , the classes at  Justflow yoga are a safe and accessible to a;;.


    In 2022, I successfully completed the “burnout and stress coaching” course at SonneveltSonnevelt successfully. Since then, I have also been giving individual coaching sessions for people with stress complaints. You can also coach if you are not sure how you want to move forward in life. Talking to a coach can be insightful here.

    I would love to meet you on the mat or in the chair sometime!


    Around the age of 20, I was introduced to yoga during a trip through New Zealand and have practised different styles ever since. Eventually, I settled on vinyasa yoga as the form that appeals to me the most because of moving to the rhythm of the breath. It makes the body stronger and more flexible and mentally creates a space for facing challenges and experiencing relaxation and flow.

    In 2015, I attended the teacher training at the Yogagarden in Amsterdam and this initially brought me the deepening of my own practice I was looking for: complementary to attending a yoga class, I also started doing yoga at home. Now it is something I no longer have to discipline myself for but always look forward to.

    In the autumn of 2018, I took the power yoga module at the AALO and made the move to teaching. I enjoy being able to contribute to the yoga experience of others.

    During my classes, it’s more about pursuing your feelings rather than your perfectionism. I create space to take a moment to reflect on yourself, to feel what you need in that moment, without being influenced by outside stimuli. After the class, you will step off the mat feeling rested and more balanced.


    Out of a need to take good care of my body and mind, I was introduced to the power of yoga. Currently, I practice several styles of yoga. During my yoga path, I find more and more connection with myself and others. By living more from my body instead of from my head, I discover what is really important to me. In summer 2022, I attended Vinyasa/Yin teacher training (200H) in Bali. The interplay between ‘body’ and ‘mind’ specifically interests me. 

    During classes, I like to explore the wisdom that lives in the body Till soon on mat!



    I was taken to a yoga class by my father in my final year of graduation under the guise of “good against the stress”. That yoga would bring me much more, I could not have imagined then. For me, yoga is a way to be totally present in the moment, to get in touch with your body. Taking a moment to reflect on what is happening, rather than the all-too-familiar go-go-go. 

    Your body often provides the answers you need, the trick is to listen to it.