A Certified Yoga Teacher and a Plant-based Raw Chef, Joanna strives to empower people to live up to their full potential by mindfully breathing and eating, while developing a mind-body connection. Her quest for optimal health and a fulfilled life begun over 10 years ago, when she started practicing yoga and meditation. In a journey to nourish and heal her own body, she experienced a wide range of techniques, which led her to pursue yoga teachings around the world (India, US, South America, SE Asia, Australia) allowing her to develop a deep and broad understanding of the practice and its philosophy. Joanna completed her 200h teacher training in Byron Bay, Australia, and she intends to always remain a student of the spiritual teachings. Yoga has brought a profound purpose to her life and that’s what she shares with her students.
A student of yoga since age 11, Ingrid healed her body and her heart through the practice of yoga. Ingrid’s study of yoga, yoga therapeutics, and yoga philosophy led her to become a certified yoga instructor in 2001. Since her certification, she has expanded her practice to teaching yoga, breathing, and meditation techniques to all ages, including young children. Because of her deep passion for the practice and the influence derived from the many great spiritual traditions, Ingrid continues to evolve her practice by incorporating both the physical and spiritual aspects of yoga. Her classes provide a stimulating and safe environment to relax and begin to release stress, emotion, and anxiety through stretching, breathing, and movement. Throughout the sessions, students learn to live in the moment of the practice and learn to find acceptance, see self-awareness, feel an interconnection, and rediscover self-love. With her life-affirming and exuberant teaching style, Ingrid offers years of experience to share her empathy and love for the healing process and total wellness to each of her students.
"Teach... what is inside you, not as it applies to you, but as it applies to the other..." T. Krishnamacharya.