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For Malwina, yoga is a playground of possibilities. It’s a source of information about the world within her, her physical body and it’s also a sacred place to just be in the moment as it is, not as it could be or was a few hours ago. She is mostly inspired by nature (barefoot walking & moon stalking), books (in fact she is an avid reader), human-to-human interactions, podcasts (yoga, health & personal growth), ancient wisdom, coffee and food explorations around the globe, her life partner Alex, soul sister Natalia and her yoga teachers (big shout out to Poonam Stecher!). As much as she will remind you to smile in her classes, she will also keep encouraging you to keep it real - full body, mind and soul awareness. Malwina moved to Zurich in 2017 from London where she worked as a pre-school teacher. Although she had decided to leave her school teaching career, she wants to carry on teaching yoga to children as they always (without a fail!) remind her to play and that the greatest joys can be found in the simplest things in life. Malwina trained as a Children’s Yoga Teacher with Susannah Hoffman at Triyoga, London and is studying Hatha Yoga at Sanapurna in Zurich with Poonam Stecher Sharma, Sanjeev Bhanot and Manoj Bhanot. Come, say hello, drink tea together and learn from each other - yoga revolutionise it!
Yoga ist für Carina schon seit 7 Jahren ein wichtiger Bestandteil ihres Lebens. Die Erfahrung, durch Yoga jeden Moment bewusster wahrzunehmen und so mehr über sich selber und seine Umwelt zu erfahren, fasziniert sie immer wieder von neuem. Yoga has been an important part of Carina’s life for 7 years. The experience of perceiving each moment more consciously through yoga while learning more about oneself and our environment still fascinates her today. Carina is a very creative and positive person who loves to go for long walks in nature, to paint, to cook or to philosophise about life. She is committed to reduce waste in our environment, and works daily on filling her life with fewer things but with more inspiring people and experiences. Her helpfulness and empathy are felt not only in conversation with her, but also during her yoga lessons. Finding balance and using one’s own resources responsibly is very important to her. Her lessons are characterized by demanding flows, intense poses, but also enough regenerating asanas. This always with the aim to create more awareness for body, breath and spirit. In her kids yoga class she sets the same values. She wants to create a safe and inspiring environment for children, freeing themselves from the pressure of society enabling a more playful exploration of life. Children have a lot of curiosity and imagination, which is often not encouraged enough in everyday life. So yoga helps and allows children to learn more about themselves in a playful way.
About Six years ago, Tanja came into contact with yoga for the first time. Today, she is frequently inspired and fascinated by yoga. Tanja loves when her body is moving through various asanas, connecting the movement with her breath and allowing her mind to rest. The noticeable positive effect that yoga has on everyday life impresses her again and again. During Tanja’s studies as a primary teacher, the desire to become a yoga teacher started to emerge. Soon, a small yoga group evolved, so Tanja began to lead her fellow students through a weekly short yogaflow. Satisfied faces after the weekly yogaflow strengthened Tanja’s desire to deal with yoga more intensively some day. In 2017 she completed a 200h training at Airyoga Zurich under the guidance of Stephan Thomas. It is a privilege for Tanja to pass on her excitement and fascination for yoga and to help participants to find more awareness for their body, breath and spirit through powerful yoga practice.
Katja Zauchner - It was 2005 and Katja was studying Media Design in Austria, when she went to her first Yoga class. Although she was intrigued, she did not practice on a regular basis until years later. However she then soon noticed, that Yoga is more than just moving into poses, and that the practice gives her a lot. Especially after the birth of Katjas first daughter she realised how greatly Yoga influenced her physical, mental and psychological well being. The wish to go deeper and learn more about Yoga led to the decision to do a 200h Hatha Yoga Teacher Training at Airyoga Zurich with Stephen Thomas. She is grateful that she was able to study not only with Stephen, but also with other international teachers like Doug Keller, Claire Dalloz and Anya Porter. In 2018, Katja will attend a pre- and postnatal Yoga Teacher Training with Sue Elkind, so she an accompany women during a very special time in their lives. Katja is excited to share her fascination and love for yoga. Apart from yoga, Katja loves her husband, her daughters, photography, books, sewing, baking (she makes killer chocolate chip cookies), music, summer, thunderstorms, crashing waves, walking barefoot, cats, naps and laughing. Katja teaches Hatha Yoga, Yoga Nidra and prenatal Yoga. She teaches in English and German.