Born from a French father and an American mother, Jeanne grew up in West Africa and later acquired a Civil Engineering degree and MBA from French and American universities. Jeanne practiced dance (ballet, jazz and contemporary dance) from her early years all the way through college. Jeanne discovered yoga back in 2003 and explored Ashtanga, Bikram and Power yoga mostly casually over the years while pursuing her career in International Development living in different countries in Asia. She completed a Yoga Teacher Training course (CYT200) in 2012focusing mostly on Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga and really enjoys sharing what she has learned and the spirit of yoga on and off the mat. She is the happy mother of 2 young boys: Taivan and Oan, and wife of a less young one: Silas. She has been teaching Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga and Kids’ Yoga in Dili, Timor Leste up until the end of 2012 and moved to Phnom Penh in January 2013. She loves the idea of making a difference with yoga in Cambodia through Nataraj and Krama Yoga.
Jeanne’s morning and lunch yoga follow a vinyasa flow style and include warm-up, dynamic standing practice, slower and deeper mat work, relaxation and pranayama breathing exercises that are sure to leave you rejuvenated for the rest of the day. Variations will be offered for certain postures to ensure both challenge and comfort can be found by each individual.