Sarah Elsing is a journalist, writer and yoga teacher specialised in helping people reconnect with their inner jewel and grow into their full creative potential. She combines what she loves and helped herself most in times of crisis: movement, meditation, mindful writing, creative practices and a good dose of optimism and self-love. Find out more about her classes on https://www.yoga-mit-sarah.de/ and on Instagram @innerjewel
Stephanie is the founder of Happie Haus and Yoga for Cancer. The former fashion journalist got diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018. Thanks to her regular yoga practice, she was able to recover quickly from surgery and treatments, and decided to dedicate her life fully to yoga. With Happie Haus, she offers yoga classes and retreats for cancer patients and survivors. With Yoga for Cancer, she hosts and organizes yoga charity events to support cancer organisation worldwide through donations.
Yoga is a tool, a path and a life philosophy that can support people in all sorts of situations: This is Tatiana’s motto. She discovered the power of yoga for herself when suffering from leukemia – and decided to turn her passion into her profession. In 2016 she gave up a successful career in international marketing to fully dedicate herself to yoga. Since then, Tatiana has overcome her illness and considers her story a gift that she wants to pass on to others. Find out more about her on www.megaherz-yoga.com and on Instagram @megaherzyoga
Alice Radha’s first yoga teacher training took her to India. She participated in her first kirtan, and mantras have been an important part of her yoga ever since. With 500h trainings in Hatha, 50h in Yin and 20h in senior yoga, she is teaching yoga for every body. As a mantra expert she is hosting weekly kirtans, mantra workshops and trainings. Following her heart, she is travelling the world in the desire to share yoga and mantras with as many people as possible because it is her vision that then the world will be a more peaceful place. This is also why she created the mantra waves project. You can find information about Alice, her lessons, trainings, and projects at aliceradhayoga.com.
Colette is a psychologist, educator, and yoga teacher – so consider her yoga mat as her therapy couch 😉 With her agency Creaconcile, she supports employees and leaders in finding and developing mental and physical wellbeing. As a sports psychologist, she works with top athletes helping them to improve their performance. Colette discovered yoga as a way to make herself and others stronger – both mentally and physically – and decided to include this into her portfolio, always supported by her beloved yoga dog Harry. She’s a 200h Element Yoga teacher (AYA/EYA certified) and close to finishing her Vinyasa training. On request, Colette also offers yoga classes to groups or individuals.
Yoga has been a huge part of Hesia’s life for many years and she passionately shares her love for yoga with her students. Based in Paris, she has been teaching for more than three years (with over 300 hours) since her training with the Quaternity Institute. Known for her authentic and fun approach, her main areas of focus are Vinyasa flow which she adores for its creative aspects, and good postures to help with back aches which as a professional musician she is very accustomed to. Lately she has been preparing for a Yin yoga teacher training hoping that it will calm her frisky Vata.
Mallorca-born Lily discovered the healing power of yoga in Munich in 2013. At that time, she was suffering from scoliosis and was looking for ways to strengthen her spine and improve her posture – it worked. Wishing to help others she decided in 2019 to turn her passion into her profession and enrolled in a yoga teacher training. Lily lives once again in Mallorca where she works as a certified Jivamukti yoga teacher in Sóller at Studio S’Espai6, as well as in Palma de Mallorca at the RA MA Yoga Institute. When she’s not on the mat, the former journalist lovingly fills her blog Mallorcalma with insider tips from the island.
Lindita has a passion for food and nature – and she loves to connect to the body through Hatha yoga. Together with her mother, she is the founder of Polish yoga school Quaternity Institute. Lindita believes that all bodies in all shapes and in all ages have the right to do yoga and she tries to incorporate accessible yoga as often as she can. When Lindita is not teaching yoga, she is out on the fields of southern France farming.