Anne took her first steps on her yoga path in April 2005 in Columbus, Ohio. After a few months of alignment-based classes, Anne started to explore Vinyasa and Ashtanga. Shortly after moving to Trondheim in 2008, Anne felt that yoga had to become a bigger part of her life and decided to become a full-time yoga teacher. In 2010, she went back to Columbus to study with Laurel Hodory. She graduated from a 200-hour Yoga Alliance program in Ashtanga and Hatha/Vinyasa at the end of that year. She started teaching Vinyasa and Ashtanga classes during the summer of 2010.
Anne has run a yoga center in Trondheim since 2012, and she has founded Terra Yoga in 2016. She is teaching an average of 10 weekly classes, including corporate classes, and various workshops and master classes
She graduated from Noah Maze's 300-hr teacher training in october 2017.
Anne is grateful to share with others the insights, peace, and happiness that she has found through yoga. Her hope is to help and inspire her students to find their own true goodness and embrace the beauty of life. Playing and being challenged on the mat is one of the most powerful ways to face challenges off the mat and live a happy, conscious, and fulfilling life.
Anne was born and raised in France and has a PhD in nuclear physics. Besides practicing and teaching yoga, meditating, paddling, and enjoying the outdoors, she works as a freelance science editor. She also holds a position in the editorial office of the Journal of Industrial Ecology (Yale/NTNU).