Jeltje

Jeltje has a regular yoga practice since 2006. After attending various yoga classes and workshops around the globe, she has followed a Vinyasa yoga teacher training in 2012 at Yoga Moves in The Netherlands. The focus of her classes are …

Yukta Kumar

Yoga is a grounding aspect in my life that helps me create space for positive energy, kindness, and love. It allows me to reflect and let go. Yoga has always been part of me; in my earliest memories, I sit …

Adi Schneckenburger

In a way I was always interested in what lies behind this material and perceivable world of ours. There was always this desire to dig deeper and to understand that higher principle behind everything happening in life and more importantly, …

Isabel Schank

I found yoga 10 years ago, as I needed to find stability and balance. I first found Ashtanga yoga in my home in Luxembourg. Since then I have been on a journey of transformation, inside and outside. Living and working …

Lizzy Hacker

Lizzie’s yoga journey began in 2006 in rainy London. Since then, yoga has accompanied her as she has travelled, providing a constant in many varied and different contexts. Lizzie completed her 200 hour Yoga Alliance accreditation in Vinyasa and Hatha …

Willemijn van Kol

Eight years ago Willemijn discovered the fun of acrobatics and since that time she’s been a passionate practitioner; “Acrobatics is a physical performance art whereby you work together with someone on balance, agility and coordination. Acrobatics for me is all …

Nata Kryvolapchuk

I’m a Universal Yoga instructor certified by the USA Yoga Alliance, and a disciple of Andrey Lappa (Ukraine). Having begun teaching yoga in Ukraine since 2009, I continue to deepen my understanding of yoga-practice, exploring the physiology of yoga, ayurveda, …

Annie Seymour

My practice and study of Yoga, especially the Ashtanga lineage, had a huge and unexpected impact on my approach to life and direction: within my practice I found myself truly in my element. Yoga brought a sense of wellbeing, contentment, …

Daniel Pugh

Yoga and I met in Venares, India in 1987 when I was on a break from Nepal working as a Canadian climbing guide. My first teacher was a true yogi; jolly, sincere, mindful and present practicing his own form of …

Rupesh Joshi

I was fortunate to meet many yoga teachers during my life. They always gave me warmth and support, and under their guidance I learnt yoga. I believe that when we practice yoga consistently and devotionally, one day we will be …

Chrissie Gregory

I had my first yogic moment in my thirties. Rolling down from Halasana (the plough) my whole body quivered with pain, the combined effect of scoliosis and overstretched ligaments. Over the next ten years irregular yoga classes brought relief and …