April Yoga Teachers

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Jivamukti Yoga Klassen

mit Advanced Certified Jivamukti Teachers
unter Leitung von Johannes Mikenda

9:00 – 10:00
Basic
for beginners and experienced practitioners 
seeking to improve their practice


16:00 – 17:15
Open
for experienced practitioners 
seeking to expand and deepen their knowledge of yoga

1 – 6 | 9 – 14 | 17 – 18 | 30 April – 3 May

Johannes Mikenda

Johannes is an Advanced Certified Jivamukti Yoga Lehrer, Member of the Jivamukti Advanced Board, and Director of the Jivamukti Yoga School in Elmau. His goal in teaching is to convey the essence of Yoga in a way that is suitable for everyday life. Given his therapeutic and sports science background, he teaches individually tailored exercise programs.

6 – 8 April

Anett Reibig

Anett is an Advanced Certified Jivamukti Yoga Teacher and teaches at the Jivamukti Studios in Munich. She comes from an artistic background and combines her love of movement with the inward path. She herself is captivated by the use of movement and breath for working on inner processes, and shares this passion in her teaching.

14 – 16 April

Zsuzsanna Villany

19 – 27 April

Jutta Däschlein

In her yoga classes, Jutta combines a basic understanding of asanas with flowing vinyasa, pranayama breath, and movement in conjunction with a mindful awareness of one’s own body.
For Jutta, putting “Yoga = unity” into practice goes beyond the physical practice of asanas. Yoga is a philosophy and a practical approach to life, where practicing on the mat can bring us more peace and mindfulness in everyday life…

27 – 29 April

Cherryl Duncan

Cherryl Duncan has been inspiring change for over 10 years. An internationally trained and recognised teacher of yoga, eastern philosophy and a catalyst for authentic living and expression, Cherryl created her own method of yoga called dharmaKaya. After years of teaching as an 800 hour Advanced certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher, Cherryl refined her own style to include the 12 years of study in other fields such as Tibetan Buddhism, Western Philosophy, as well as the close and brutal study of her own psyche.