Cam • @cam.origin
I first started my practice as a confused teenager not knowing that the heated powerful classes brought me a sense of spirituality and deep connection to myself. These wonderful movements was so much more then just exercises for my body. I cultivated it over the years until i needed more understanding of this practice that we call yoga. Bowing down to the teachers i've had and the experiences i learned from i find myself teaching soulful classes that encourages variations and modifications - well knowing we all have different bodies, needs and days. With a particular devotion to slow down our never ending brain waves, you can expect to be guided with emotional focus, physical awareness and oftentimes resonance.
Personally I love coffee more than herbal tea. I'm a big snacker and eat ice cream year round. I sometimes drink alcohol but prefer a good meditation. I love yoga philosophy but also the science of anatomy. I love to write and hold a diary. Sometimes i find myself being super impatient but mainly with myself. Most importantly, I love being around others - at home and in the studio.
Dom • @koprdik
I was pulled into my first yoga class when I was battling anxiety and yoga helped me to understand that there is more to me than the storylines created in my mind. Learning to implement this amazing practice in all spheres of life, I believe yoga is for everyone willing to get curious and explore - on or off the mat.
The core of my teaching is about practicing awareness and paying attention to the physical and subtle body and my classes are creative and playful, allowing for individual explorations and a sense of freedom. You can also expect some funky transitions, good music and inspiration for how to implement this ancient practice into our modern lifestyles.
I love to drink coffee and chit chat about all and nothing. I enjoy dancing, eating nut butters late at night and I love anything unusual and unexpected. Most importantly, cringey music, movies and reality tv shows are my absolute guilty pleasure.
Shaan • @shaanrali
Yoga for me has been the most grounding element of my life. After working with refugees as a Camp Manager and a photojournalist in Greece & the Middle East, I was properly burnt out and my yoga practice was the only thing that helped me process my PTSD. Finding breath, balance and a dedicated space to go inwards meant everything when I needed it most.
It is this gift - of providing this space to students to see and be seen - that feels like the greatest honor around teaching.
My classes are filled with sillyness, (dry, Australian) humor, the philosophy behind the poses and a blend of strength and softness. I love reminding my students that yoga does not need to be so stiff and serious, but can also be a light and playful way into the body.
When not teaching, you'll find me working full time as a Lawyer for a non-profit supporting journalists, behind a big set of drums nurturing my love for West African music, or at the sauna.
Miz • @natarajayogauk
I like to hold classes around connection, within and from the practitioner, embracing flow and the natural world, exploring movement in the body and in space. My Yin and relaxation sessions delve into breathwork and Qigong practices, allowing understanding of awareness deeper within the body, and energetic connections. The love I have for movement comes from a childhood of daily practice with a Punjabi father, and years at dance school. So my style comes from 18 years of practice and teaching, in studios, at gyms, working with people with disabilities, weight lifters and desk-bound designers, and then guiding a unique and satisfying combination of inventive and challenging conscious control, infused with inspiring guidance and light-heartedness. Miz is registered as an E-RYT200, and has 500-hours of training in Ashtanga-Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Restorative & Somatics, Trauma Informed Yoga and Traditional Chinese Medicine, as well as certificates in all sorts from Neural Flossing to Tantric Philosophy and Kalaripayattu.
Lena • @lescha_4
Every day, yoga gives me the space to connect body, mind and heart. Since ten years-ish, it has been a constant part of my life, and honestly I don’t know what I would do or be without it. Sometimes it feels joyful, sometimes heavy - embracing the wild ride of life, growth, and freedom within, shedding all the layers to come to my core self.
Through my classes, I hope to create an inspiring space for joy and transformation. It should allow you to embrace the softness, the heaviness and all the in-betweens, to sometimes go beyond, find play in the unknown and hopefully leave you with a smile on the lips.
I find pleasure in sunshine, coffee, delicious food with even more delicious company, dancing, plants and creative DIY projects. I love cooking for others and pursued a PhD in food science. Since more than six years, I live a vegan lifestyle rooting from the care for the animals, planet and my own health. I believe every day we have the chance to choose good-ness, joy and compassion in the small or big ways, on and off the mat, and make life and earth a better place for ourselves and others.
Bella • @yogabybella
Daniela • @danniutrera
I always dreamed about being an Astrophysics Engineer but life happened and found myself very lost as a teenager. I was in a black hole, saving as much money as I could, in a job I didn't like so I could travel and figure out what to do next with my life. After traveling in Sri Lanka for a month, I decided to do my first teacher training without ever stepping a foot in a yoga studio before - little did I know where that choice would take me. Yoga has taught me so much about myself and it is an ongoing journey that I keep exploring every time I step on my mat.
My classes are inspired by the four elements of Fire, Earth, Water and Air. Honored by all the trainings I have done and all the teachers I love and awakened by the music I play. When I am not teaching, you can find me listening to podcasts, playing boardgames with my partner or most probably, doing handstands.
Giorgia • @_off_the_mat_
I fell in love with yoga since the first time I stepped into a studio many years ago.
I've always been attracted by Eastern philosophy, I believe in karma and I feel yoga is somehow something I've done in different lifetimes.
The reason why I went to India was to deepen my knowledge of this ancient philosophy, I had no idea at that time that I wanted to teach yoga myself.
Sharing this powerful practice with other people is for me a way to keep learning about myself, yoga changed my life, it gave me the strength of facing my fears on and off the mat and moving forward from a life I didn't belong anymore.
It's never ending path through which we have the possibility to explore our body, mind and soul, accepting our bad days, bad moods and learning day by day as soon as we step on our mats that nothing is permanent.
The Ashtanga style is often present in my classes as my first love, adapting it to a more flowing practice, at the end of my classes I hope you'll feel that energy flowing throughout your body and your mind.
Travelling is one of my addictions and teaching yoga allows me to travel, joining new trainings, meeting new teachers; and teaching in different places in the world is one of the aspects I'll never be grateful enough for.
Maddie • @yoga.withmaddie
I discovered yoga at a time I needed to slow down and it has continued to be a space to ground myself amongst the busyness of daily life. For me, yoga is the most beautiful ritual for connection.
In my classes, I love to create a warm, accepting space and encourage you to embrace the time on your mat as a powerful time for nurturing.
Off the mat, you can find me brewing my favourite chai (that has travelled with me all the way from Sydney), cooking wholesome, plant-based meals to share with friends, and planning my next adventure.
Emma • @emmanoayoga
Happiness resides in a healthy mind and body.
I absolutely love and adore the way yoga supports me to flow into being - to practice and to feel at ease, pause and just be. To honestly check-in with myself and celebrate and enjoy my body for what it is and not what’s expected of it.
Yoga has taught me so much about myself and of our existence, it brought me a wholeness that I love to share to support you to find the space you need to bring yourself comfort in your body, mind and soul.
Ellie • @ellie_in_union
Ellie came to yoga looking for help to manage anxiety and low mood, however she soon realized the enormous effect that a daily practice had on everything going far beyond what brought her to the mat. Ellie teaches vinyasa yoga that is dynamic and playful with classes that focus on coming back into the body in order to draw our attention away from the constant cycle of thoughts that absorb us each day.
Malika • @malikalucymalu
I started my yoga journey by watching my mum practicing the five Tibetan rites in the morning when I was a kid. Intrigued, I joined her and eventually started going to vinyasa classes at my local martial arts gym.
Since then, I have traveled and moved countries multiple times. I studied a bachelors in Marine Biology and my Masters in Climate Change is what has brought me to Copenhagen.
My love for nature and this planet is also what keeps urging me back onto the mat. The physical aspect of yoga and the deep practice of meditation makes me feel grounded and connected to the earth and nature and I hope to inspire similar feelings in my students. I love teaching and practicing yoga outside and early in the morning. I enjoy mixing asana style, finding a fusion between vinyasa, hatha and yin. I love drinking coffee while reading travel, yoga and/or fantasy books and I love to create music.