About Vivianne

"I help receptive women develop a good balance between self-trust and intelligent discernment in everyday life so that they can find the strength to take their lives into their own hands!" 

About Vivianne 

"I have been working with women both in Switzerland and Internationally since 2010 to help them recognise their reactive thoughts, emotions and behaviours and to connect in a healthier way both with themselves and with others, so that they can  enjoy a balanced and fulfilling experience of life."

In addition to specialising in Emotional Mastery Coaching for women, Vivianne has also been teaching her own form of Vinyasa Yoga, inspired by Ashtanga, Hatha Yoga, Power Yoga and Iyengar Yoga to groups and individuals since receiving her YA Teacher's Certificate in 2005. 

"When we cultivate awareness as to how our thoughts and emotions influence our beliefs about ourselves and control our lives, we can begin to let go of the stories we tell ourselves. 
I call them stories because we have constructed ourselves and our lives based on our upbringing, our experiences and the opinions of others - and not based on our authentic selves."

These stories, often rooted in the distant past of our childhood, hold us back from living at peace in the present moment and from being as strong and powerful as we have the potential to be. 

They affect everything from how we see ourselves, to how we experience reality...and often have us feeling that we are helpless victims to our situation. 

They do not work for us, but against us.  

Vivianne's story

"Up until the age of about thirty, I lived my life on a constant emotional roller coaster.  I came to a breaking point after leaving an abusive relationship.  It was during this time that I finally began to recognize and unravel my own story; one which was mired in a childhood of abuse.  A destructive pattern that I continued to inflict upon myself in other forms, to compensate for my lack of self-worth, through over-achievement, anxiety, eating disorders, dysfunctional relationships and OCD."

Vivianne finally decided that she would no longer allow her past to control her life and she slowly but surely started to transform her ways of thinking and reacting so that these would become supportive to her life and personal growth.  This journey was greatly supported by her daily practice of yoga, meditation and pranayama - but also by an intense program of self-study and personal growth.  These tools naturally developed into the Yoga@Home and Emotional Mastery@Home coaching programs she now offers to help others suffering from their own faulty beliefs of themselves.