She also holds the space for female circles, teaching about cycle awareness in practice and beyond. Justyna is also a pelvic floor therapist and applies this knowledge to her teachings.
Her free time is all about nature — she loves climbing mountains and taking pictures of landscapes. She finds photography as her way to show the beauty of nature and a call for preserving it.
Sasha became a certified yoga teacher in 2018 by www.gaia-yoga.com school in Croatia. Her teaching style is Ashtanga Vinyasa, and she is skilled at demystifying complex concepts and making yoga feel accessible to beginners and teachers alike.
Dog lover, she enjoys spending time hiking, swimming and horseback riding.
Besides yoga, Ivana is interested in travelling, food, wine, music and art, and getting to know people worldwide and learning about different cultures.
Her approach to yoga is based on two decades of Buddhist studies and practice, as well as on shiatsu and the Axis Syllabus body of knowledge. In core, here teaching is defined — My teaching is down to earth and makes sense in the body while providing a mindful inner inquiry that extends far beyond the mat.
She holds a Master’s Degree in Music and has played flute in both highbrow classical settings and progressive theaters in Berlin. While still a musician at heart, her present instrument is the body.
Not only being a Yoga and Pilates teacher, Manuela has the gift to explain technique within the Yoga practice by also underlying it with philosophy in order to explore deeper layers of body and mind. The physical Yoga practice with elements of empowering and strengthening aspects are in Manuela teachings as important as Pranayama and Meditation and Restorative Techniques as a tool to find the balance between polarities in order to find our center.
In the meantime, she left her corporate day job and completed teacher training for Asthanga yoga.
More recently, Sanja started cooking at retreat events. Extraordinary food combinations and ideas are always flowing through her mind, especially before bedtime when next-day-lunch recipes appear out of thin air.
A Vinyasa Yoga Teacher and student for over a decade, with a background in dance, Marlene uses her knowledge of the mind-body connection, energy, and deep core dynamics and anatomy to help students tap into their full potential and to connect with a more empowered place. A dynamic and transformative yoga teacher who takes a no-nonsense approach to vinyasa flow to transform and uplift her students' practice, spirit and life to bring new and empowering ways to help them find a positive and stronger way of being themselves.
She started as a traditional Sivananda Yoga Teacher and after many further trainings she found her own style - Hatha Flow. Sometimes very energized and sometimes slow and deep. She is an empath and has the gift to teach what people need the most.
For Caroline it is very important to give people the chance to rediscover themselves in a safe environment.
Beside Yoga Caroline loves being in nature, travelling, sports, the sun, the sea and laughing with friends. She is interested in the diversity of people and their needs. She is also Reiki practicioner.
“Yoga is about bringing the awareness into the body, into the breath, into the soul and into the moment. Your mind gets quiet and you get access to your soul on a deep level.”
She started with a classical background in music, singing in the National Opera of Finland at 6 years old, later studying musical traditions that have their roots in the interaction with nature.
She is inspired by the healing power of ceremonial music and the therapeutic aspect of sound which affects human psyche.
"Music is a sacred way to be in dialogue with your community and the nature around you."
Magdalena holds space for retreats, courses, sharing circles and different workshops weaving in her work and art in finnish language.