My Background

Nadine is a Cameroonian born British citizen living in Copenhagen since 2018. Nadine works as a Researcher in Computer Science for both Roskilde and Copenhagen Universities (when she is not teaching asanas).

Nadine took up Yoga initially for its physical benefits when training for the London marathon in 2012 and found that it provided more than that!!! She got hooked and ended up taking a few teacher training courses years later.

Nadine has since traveled to India numerous times to learn more about Yoga philosophy – which she finds grounding-.
To Nadine, Yoga is more than postures and it is about using the breath to connect the mind to the body. Nadine observes that she has gained so much both holistically and emotionally from Yoga that her vision is to share and make it more accessible to others through her teaching.

Nadine teaches Bhakti Yoga which can be a fast or slower flow depending on the ‘season of the soul’, with a devotional emphasis on it.
Her eccentricity comes through with the music choice in her classes.

Practice and certification

Nadine is a 500 hr certified Yoga Alliance UK teacher - from East London school of Yoga- and has done several other CPD courses over
the years in order to add to her offering.

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Nadine teaching at NOR, Copenhagen, 2019

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Nadine at the Copenhagen Yoga Festival, 2018

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Nadine at the Copenhagen Yoga Festival , 2018

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Nadine after a week’s training with Chuck Miller, 2019

Gratitude

Nadine is particularly grateful to her teacher, Stewart Gilchrist, for inviting her to this mystery she calls a ‘Yogic journey'.

She claims that she owes everything she is today to God. She is also grateful to her ex-partner, Stephen Carroll, for motivating her to explore this path.

Upcomming Events

Weekly Classes

Coming up:

Weekly Classes in Stockholmsgade on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.

Please email me on nadine@nadineyoga.co.uk for details.

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