I have a strong passion for Ashtanga as a hatha yoga practice and a path of meditation. I am also exploring other techniques to reach those higher states of consciousness associated with spiritual practice
Raquel was born in Spain and moved to London in 1999 where she started her yoga practice. She quickly noticed profound effects occurring through her varied Hatha yoga practices, not just physically but emotionally and spiritually as well. Seeking to deepen her knowledge of yoga she undertook a 1-year teacher training course in 2007 in London, followed by further training in Mysore, India.
For Natalia, yoga is the path of self-enquiry, acceptance and living the balance between continuous learning and letting go of expectations; she conveys this to her students guiding them gently and effectively in their practice.
Eszter loves immersive experiences where we can observe ourselves as reflections of each other, and dive into the soul. She teaches vinyasa yoga with a focus on creating space in the body-mind, and invites people to listen deeply. As an instructor of acroyoga and practitioner of thai yoga massage, she is constantly fascinated by what lies beneath the bodies many layers.
Adam started on his yoga path back in 2006, after discovering a yoga workout video he was instantly drawn to the power involved and the enormous sense of well-being he experienced after the exercise. After 10 years of self study and practice Adam completed his 200-hour yoga teacher training in Spain.