My yoga journey started long before I decided to become a teacher. During the time I spent in China and India, Yoga became a more and more important part of my life.
I was lucky to meet people who lightened my way and inspired me in my choices to simply give up everything that didn't make me happy.
I discovered different yoga styles on my journeys (Ashtanga, Power yoga, Jivamukti yoga, Yogic Arts) and I stay open to new experiences. My personal teaching style is quite dynamic. I try to challenge and stimulate my students but also encourage them to follow their pace without pressure.
Before creating yogaroom and yogaloft, I have been working as an independent yoga teacher. It is a real fulfillment to share the enthusiasm for yoga with my students.
I love to be a student myself and explore the infinity of yogic experience. Whenever there is time I travel, mainly to yoga workshops or retreats.
My yoga experience
- teacher training course at Sivananda Ashram à Neyyar Dam, Kerala, India
- course at Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute Sri K. Patthabi Jois à Mysore, India
- ashtanga yoga workshops in Beijing and Shanghai, China
- power vinyasa yoga foundation course in Utrecht, Holland
- workshop Manju Jois in Luxembourg
- workshop David Swenson in Francfurt, Germany
- workshop Bryan Kest in Francfurt, Germany
- retreat with Michael Hamilton in Tanzania
- workshop Kino Mc Gregor in Francfurt
- mysore classes with Rolf and Marci Naujokat in Goa, India
- retreat with Duncan Wong, Italy
- jivamukti workshops New-York, London, Berlin, Munich, Francfort
To be engaged in sports has always been part of my life. Doing gymnastics and Pilates as well as swimming, running and cycling, I started to practice Yoga in 2007. From the beginning I was fascinated by the different benefits of Yoga such as
flexibility and strength, but beside the physical aspect the mental aspect became
more and more fascinating to me.
„Meditation in Motion“ is a way of practicing being present in the body, in the here and now, to find ones balance and to stay centered. I took classes and workshops in different styles namely Vinyasa, Sivananda, Ashtanga, Jivamukti and Yin Yoga, allways being open to different approaches to that what Yoga means: To unite body, mind and soul. In January 2011 I started my 200 hours Teacher Taining in Vinyasa Yoga which I finished in February 2012. Actually I deepen my knowledge in Yin Yoga.
I discovered my passion for yoga in 1998.
My journey started with a Teacher Training at the SivanandaVedanta Yoga Center in Rishikesh, India, followed by another TTC in Vinyasa Flow with Jacqueline Heisel in Bali.
I have always stayed opened to all styles of yoga, and had the chance to do workshops in Ashtanga, Power Yoga, Kundalini Yoga and Anusara Yoga (Immersion) with great teachers. I started teaching in 2004 in several Yogastudios in Berlin, until I joined yogaloft in 2011. In my own yoga practice I unite the meditative power of Hatha Yoga, the elegance and fluidity of Vinyasa with the precision of Anusara Yoga. It is very important for me to pass on the original spirit of yoga how I was taught on my path. Yoga is much more than physical wellbeing. Yoga is an art of living, a gift for which I am endlessly thankful.
My yoga journey began in 1998, when a friend took me to my first yoga class during a stressfull period of exams in highschool. After several years of dancing and playing the piano, I started to practice yoga regularly.
Also during my studies in geography, sociology and ethnology in Heidelberg and Munich I couldn’t let go of it. After my studies I finally traveled to India, because I was anxious to get to know the country of origine of yoga. In a Sivananda-ashram in the Himalayas I did my first yoga teacher training. Back in Munich I discovered Jivamukti yoga, in which I found my vocation. Since 2007 I have worked in Munich as an 800 hours certifided Jivamukti teacher. Beside that I did an ashtanga teacher training with David Swenson, one of my favorite teachers. Furthermore I took part in many workshops and retreats all over the place. Aside from my work as a yoga teacher, I did a PhD in urbanism at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich.
I was born in Argentina and live in Germany since 1983. I am a passionate yoga practitioner and student. I love to explore in the infinite ocean of the yoga knowledge. I studied Yoga in the tradition of T. Krishnamacharya. In Germany mainly with R. Sriram and Vivek Nath and in India with Krishnamycharayas Sohn Desikachar and his wife Menaka . I teach since 2004 in Germany, Luxemburg and Argentina.
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