is a Student and Teacher of Yoga, Philosophy and Meditation.
Throughout the last 20 years she studied Buddhism, several yogic traditions (mainly in the Śri Krishnamacharya Lineage) and eventually the Trika philosophy of Kashmiri Shaivism, also known as Non-Dualistic Shivaism.
Her professional background covers the field of Education in general as well as Yoga related topics specifically. Currently she is active in both areas: Guiding state teacher trainings in Germany, cooperating with international education projects as RIVER and she offering Āsana, Meditation and Philosophy in Yoga Teacher Trainings and on request. Her Āsana teaching style is mainly influenced by Dr.Sonja Söder, Founder of WOYO, who created a fusion of Iyengar, Vinyasa and therapeutic Yoga movements.
Since 2008 Patricia has studied Kashmiri Shaivism in Varanasi and Kashmir under Bettina Bäumer and Mark Dyczkowski and Nāda Yoga (Dhrupad) in Delhi under Nirmalya Dey. She is currently based in Munich, where she is writing on her PhD about Abhinavagupta, a Kashmiri Philosopher of the 10th century, supervised by Prof. von Brueck in the Department of Religious Studies (LMU).
Being a grantee of FIND, Alain Daniėlou`s Foundation– she also works on the interconnection between the Aesthetic Process and Yogic Perception. She conveys lectures and talks on this subject and collaborates with art projects.
Her background in Sanskrit started with learning Vivek Nath and continued at LMU Munich in the context of Religious Studies. In Benares she took classe with Śri Vagish Shastri and continued with Raj Anand.
Patricia offers lectures in the context of a Vijñāna Bhairava Tantra Homestudy Group, Sessions and Workshops on Mind-and Body-Training, Traditional Yoga, Methods of Creative Contemplation and Meditation and gives talks on subjects concerning her research. From October 2022 onwards she will offer Introductory Courses on Non Dual Shaivism in the Trika Tradition and more. Announcements will follow.
At the moment there are no regular open group classes, only private teachings.