Solmaz's classes emphasize alignment, mindfulness, and finding the appropriate posture for each individual body. She encourages her students to learn how to practice the poses safely, how to hold the poses to build and improve strength, flexibility and concentration. Solmaz teaches in English, and upon request, in Farsi.
Miguel came into yoga by accident. He started practicing yoga as physical therapy to recover from injury and develop new strength, balance and flexibility for other sports and activities in his life. What began as physical routine in 2006 has transformed into daily meditation for well-being and happiness. His classes develop mindfulness of body and breath using simple poses and concentration techniques to build a robust and relaxing practice. Modifications are offered to provide the appropriate level of challenge and support to meet individual needs. In his teaching, Miguel aims to help others achieve their goals and find inspiration for new ones, all while expanding self-awareness and practicing peace, harmony and love.
An avid athlete and outdoorsman, Peter's first experience with yoga came in 2010. He was drawn to the increased strength, flexibility, concentration and awareness that a dedicated yoga practice offers. For him, yoga has become a way of staying grounded and balanced. His teaching style is down to earth and slow-paced, with an emphasis on relaxation and mindfulness.
Corinna came to yoga when she was seventeen years old. What she experienced during her yoga classes stayed with her, and later inspired her to do a 200-hour Vinyasa Teacher Training in Tuebingen in 2013. Among her teachers are Alexandra Becker and Roland Jensch. As a student of sports and sports medicine, Corinna pays great attention to body alignment in her yoga classes, but believes it is crucial to be considerate of the uniqueness of each individual. She is eager to help her students find what feels good, have fun in her classes, break a little sweat and feel light and relaxed after their yoga practice.