Celine from Ayur’Yoga in Bordeaux France, is a yoga teacher who’s holistic approach comes across already in the name of her school. An eager student of ayurveda, yoga, meditation, and mantras, the former dance instructor trained with yoga school Quaternity Institute where she was introduced to a variety of styles – Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, Kundalini and Yoga Nidra – that led her to her very own, calm but powerful practice. Her philosophy: "The most important thing is not actually that you reach your goal. It is rather about the way that you get there. This is the greatest enrichment."
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