Meet Our Community of Teachers
A team of experienced teachers and a group of rotating new teachers on Sundays are inviting you to learn with and from each other across a variety of yoga styles. Our aim is to bring together a community of like-minded teachers and students, where you can be yourself without judgement or competition. A space where you feel at ease to withdraw yourself from the everyday hustle and take time to re-focus and relax.
What I love about Pilates is the stability and awareness of small and deep muscles, the controlled movements, but also the free, flowing, dancing movements.
Anki assists in Yoga Pur classes and is the substitution teacher for Nella Her own teaching is characterised by precise alignment in the asanas, empathy, calmness and clarity.
I have been teaching yoga and meditation for 20 years. My style, Soulyoga, is an exploratory hatha yoga that has evolved from a lifetime of movement practice.
Christina – the down dog EN
Christina’s is active in sports herself and knows what is needed to come down, prevent injuries or compensate for one-sided stress.
Christl found her way to yoga in 2013. Since then, yoga has enriched her life and she draws more and more calm, peace and strength from her regular practice.
As a keen cyclist, Daisy has developed a unique yoga for cyclists class to show, that yoga can bring immense benefits to performance in cycling.
I want to give mothers self-confidence and security in the first year of life and support the babies in their free movement development.
Diana Illichmann EN
For me, yoga is an inner balance, self-awareness and self-knowledge. I would like to share this experience with you.
I am fascinated by the adaptability of the body. My aim is to train the body comprehensively, strong and flexible as well as explosive and enduring.
Gloria teaches holistic classes, that combine traditional elements with somatic movement and embodiment techniques. She teaches in English.
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is meditation in motion – always new and always different with a focus on the essential and the inner centre.