Upcoming events in England and the Netherlands that I am running.

If you have ideas for events that you think I should/could participate in, please contact me. I am always keen to hear about potential collaborations!

Don’t forget to check on my yoga classes page, to see which yoga classes I am currently teaching.


thai massage event

Upcoming Events

Introduction to Thai Massage Workshop

When:   Saturday 18 or Sunday 19 October 2014

Where:  Yogawest, Bristol (BS7 8NW, Denmark Place)

Details: 13.00-16.30

Contact me for more details



Past Events

Thaise Massage workshop

When:   Friday September 27 2013

Where:  NuYoga, Apeldoorn (the Netherlands)


Introduction to Thai Massage workshop

When:    Sunday December 1 2013

Where:   Yogawest, Bristol

Details:   13.45 – 16.30


Thaise Massage workshop

When:   Saturday December 14 2013

Where:  NuYoga, Apeldoorn (the Netherlands)

Details:  14.00-16.30


Yin-Yang Yoga Balance Workshop

When: Saturday May 10 2013

Where: Wilder Studios (BS2 8QA, 27-29 Wilder Street)

Details: I’m teaming up with D-Luna Yoga to host a workshop in which you’ll see two different sides of yoga.

Be immersed in yoga; the flowing gentle practice of Hatha yoga (yang) and the deeper more passive practice of Yin yoga.

The workshop will start with an hour and a half hatha yoga taught by Dee. After a small break we will continue with an hour and a half yin yoga taught by Lisette.

As your spine lengthens, your chest can open and can be receptive to love and all the kindness the universe can offer. You begin this process by loving and accepting yourself as you are, after which you can open your heart to others.  This is a lifelong process for most of us, but our workshop brings insight in how this might feel. So why don’t you join us and discover the deeper levels of being? And remember, you are as young as your spine!

After the beautiful spine work and chest openers in the first part of this workshop, the second part immerses you in yin yoga.

Yin yoga is a more passive practice, that allows us to work on the deeper tissues of our ligaments, joints, and fascia. In yin, we hold poses for longer periods at a time with relaxed muscles. Yin is yielding, allowing, and nourishing. But yin is also challenging, both physically and mentally. If you are used to doing more dynamic types of yoga, yin will be a great counterbalance to your practice.

£25 for the 3hr workshop

£22 if you book in advance (contact me for details)

Bring a friend and you can both come for £40 !