Yogalehrerin Anya Kirilow

YL Anya ist eine Yoga-Nomadin, Reisen ist ihre Passion
und die Yoga-Matte hat sie stets im Handgepäck.
Die Arbeit für eine deutsche Fluggesellschaft hat die
Kulturwissenschaftlerin schon früh in ferne Länder geführt
und dadurch ihre Leidenschaft entfacht, sich selbst und die weite
Welt zu entdecken. Seither folgt sie dem Ruf der Ferne und kreiert
bewusst Reiseerlebnisse fernab der gängigen Touristenpfade.

Anya hat 6 Jahre auf Mallorca gelebt hat nun ihren Wohnsitz auf Mallorca und in Berlin.
Sie liebt und lebt den Spagat zwischen Insel und Weltstadt: „Ich brauche das Licht und die Ruhe von Sonne und Meer, um den Kopf frei zu bekommen und mich zu stärken, genauso wie die Großstadt, und mich zu inspirieren“.

Dieser Mix spiegelt sich auch in ihrem Yoga-Stil wieder. Ihre Yogalehrer-Ausbildung hat sie im traditionellen Ashtanga-Yoga in Indien absolviert und befindet sich in der 500+ Aufbau-Ausbildung im Spirit Yoga Berlin. Spirit Yoga steht für einen klaren, aufgeklärten Yoga-Stil, der die Yoga-Tradition ganzheitlich in die Moderne übersetzt.

Bist Du auch mit dem Yoga-Reise-Virus infiziert? Möchtest Du Yoga an den sonnigen Flecken dieser Erde praktizieren? Hast Du Lust auf ein authentisches Reiseerlebnis das Körper, Geist und Seele gleichermaßen berührt?
Dann pack Deine Yoga-Sachen und folge YL Anya auf einen gemeinsamen Soultrip!

Die Gastlehrerin Viola Kostina
There is a belief that if once Yoga has changed your life completely, you should share this knowledge with as many people as possible. That’s what I’m doing! Somehow I never planned to become a yoga instructor, but life just pushed me into teaching. I spent 5 years as a top-manager of international company with crazy life schedule and 6-10 flights per month, as a result – allergy on stress. Regular yoga practice has cured me and I started getting deeper and deeper into the subject of yoga, and ended up in India. There I passed through a teacher’s training and got my international certification. After quitting the ‚real job‘ I’ve founded the project „Violet Yoga“ and started sharing my love and knowledge of yoga practice all around the world. I’m a strong believer that you can cure almost every disease (mental and physical) with the power of yoga, as this discipline has lots of different tools to offer. All you need is to choose the best suitable one for every particular case. That is the base of my approach as I love to teach personal and small group classes. That is the best way to create really beneficial sequence of asanas, pranayamas and mantras, and help the students to feel benefits of the practice in the very short period of time. Needless to say that I pay extra attention to the safety during performing all the asanas and other exercises during the class and have a special advanced certification for teachers in correct alignment and adjustments of the body in asanas. And as I often say – the hardest thing about yoga is to roll the mat! Namaste!

Die Gastlehrerin Naomi Sturdy
Naomi has been teaching for over 10 years. She originally qualified as a Physical Education teacher with a great interest and passion for exercise, activity and a healthy lifestyle. After practicing Yoga and Pilates for many years Naomi set up her own business teaching both disciplines full time. Naomi has many years expeirence with physical training and balances this with a deep appreciation and experience in mental training to create an holistic approach to fitness and health. When not on her mat or teaching, Naomi loves getting outdoors and rock climbing! „At the core of my own practice and teaching is the concept of challenging ourselves to grow and learn. I feel that through taking time to connect to ourselves we can gain greater understanding, clarity and appreciation for ourselves and others. I believe that we each have a wealth of resources to deal with our lives effectively and live the lives that we love and enjoy. My overall philosophy is that we can experience great happiness and this starts with ourselves. Through taking care of both our bodies and our minds we can really begin to live to our full potential.“

yogalehrerin anja

Anya Kirilow