I discovered Yoga after a serious back problem that almost paralysed me. Until then, I had ignored my body. The practice healed me by opening me to new perspectives of life. I became a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher, trained by Willy Bok in Brussels and continue to train with Abhijata Iyengar (BKS Iyengar’s granddaughter) David Meloni, Christain Pisano, Rita Keller, Zubin (and others). At the same time, I continue to work as a professional cameraman, which helps me to have a detachment, which, as a teacher, helps me to be an attentive observer of student practice. The Iyengar method is for Yoga the same as what is classical dance for dance in general. It is a method that gives the practitioner a precise and solid foundation. This precision in the postures as well as the use of the accessories is to facilitate alignments and protects from possible injuries. Being a yoga teacher is a commitment to oneself and others. It is to become a “sadhaka” one who pursues a path of inner development. To transmit one’s knowledge and practice is also to continue to teach students with compassion. Other activities include the creation of a group that actively promote dialogue and exchange between yoga teachers in order to deepen ties with the Belgian Yoga community. I also enjoy filmed portraits of Yogi.ni.s for Belgian television and expand the knowledge and understanding of Yoga.