Welcome to our website about yoga and our journey to become a yogini. The journey and learning has been fun, full of adventure and we are delighted to share the knowledge and experience with you.

Our motto is Breathe, Balance and Connect.

Lets enjoy the freedom of breathing, the balance that comes from it and the connection with yourself, with others, and with the environment around you; so that life becomes easy and full of joy.

We believe during and after our yoga classes and workshops you feel happy, peaceful and in balance.

Have you been practicing yoga for some time or would you like to try it for the first time?

Maybe you have experienced different styles of yoga such as Ashtanga yoga, Iengar yoga, Bikram yoga, Kundalini yoga, Laughing yoga  to name a few and you know what you are looking for or you you want to experience more styles before you choose one?

The yoga we teach has no label, as it is the traditional style taught for more than ten thousands years in the guru-disciple (or teacher-student) tradition.  Only relatively recently yoga became available to everybody as originally it was difficult to be accepted as a disciple of a guru. The goal of our teachers and Gurus is to take us from the illusion of our ego-centered existence (samsara), to liberated existence with its three main parts truth- (sat), clear consciousness – (chit), and boundless joy – (anand), Sat Chit Anand.

Ancient yogis recognized a long time ago that in order to reach enlightenment, a healthy physical body is essential.

In order to get strong physically, mentally, emotionally and intellectually; yoga in its true meaning, is the path leading us to balance and connection by using a variety of techniques such as yoga asanas, pranayamas (breathing techniques), bhandas (locks), kriyas and meditation.

Yoga comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Yuk’ which means ‘to join, to unite’. We join and unite the opposites, yang and ying, Sun and Moon, hot and cold, day and night, happiness and sorrow – everything in life is necessary and needs a balance

Through practicing yoga we get to know others as ourselves and ourselves as others. Through trust, surrender, detachment, practice  and discipline we get the opportunity to dissolve the separation born from ego, along with fear, cynicism and isolation that sometimes comes along in our daily lives.

Feeling joy in coming to know the world, the journey of the yogi begins.