About me

My job could be described as three jobs that I chose to combine and share to help teams and individuals to reach their higher potential:

  • Yoga and Meditation. I discovered yoga and meditation during a trip to India in 2012 and it was a real love at first sight! Although it might sound a bit cliché but I can truly say that Yoga and Meditation changed my life. Both disciplines helped gain self-confidence and find self-acceptance. They taught me how to feel and observe better, how to live in the present and most importantly how to let go. I can say that all these benefits allowed me to reconnect with myself and I am so excited to share these tools with others. I am a resident teacher at YogaUP Studio in Hong Kong, the Genting Dream Cruise ship, give private classes and organise retreats.

 

  • Arts Events Consultant. I have been working for over ten years in the Art and Cultural Industry and with Artists in between Europe and Hong Kong. I supported and promoted artists, curated Hong Kong French Films Festival, many Art Exhibitions, Drama, Dance performances and Concerts. Passionate, this job gives the necessary tools to believe in a project and to bring it to life. This is with unconditional love and experience that I help artists and anyone to develop their dream projects as well as their productivity and creativity.

 

  • Public Speaking Skills. Theatre was my first love. Acting taught me how to speak in public, how to tell a story, write a text, how to deliver a message effectively and develop my creative mind. I studied Drama for ten years between France and the UK and did a Corporal Mime school in Barcelona. I use drama tools during  all my workshops and find them particularly efficient for public speaking skills, for unlocking creativity and for gaining general confidence. I teach Drama at the French International School in Hong Kong as well as different adults groups. I also lead public speaking and Elevator Speeches workshops.

Proud mother of inspiring Léo and Charlotte, I have been loving life in Hong Kong for almost eight years. 

 

I look forward to hearing your story,

 

Warmly,

                                                                                                                                 Sophie