Focusing on bio-mechanically and anatomically correct movement, we view yoga as a means to promote and maintain quality of life, health, and autonomy on a physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual level.
Our teaching styles range from Anusara, Hatha, (Power-) Vinyasa Flow, Iyengar to restorative and Yin yoga.
In our fundamental conviction that the mere practice of poses is not enough to cultivate a healthy, and – most importantly – conscious sensitivity for our body both on the inside and the outside, we deepen the understanding of our very personal (motion-) patterns throughout our yoga retreats and during our travels and again and again create connections to everyday life. Focusing on bio-mechanically correct movement patterns and holistic well-being, motion and strength, breathing technique, classical yoga philosophy, spirituality and meditation, our scope expands to the therapeutic aspects of yoga.
The ancient philosophy of yoga in its full extent, in connection with advances in and adaptation of the Asana to the needs of the 21st century human body, make yoga the marvelous, helpful, clear, and rewarding path that it is.
Our Yoga classes are taught in English and / or German.
As founder of yogafürdich in Berlin in 2008 Victor looks back on decades of own yoga and meditation practice. Next to completed trainings and workshops in yoga and gym, he is practicing constantly and regularly yoga and meditation as his life and health elixir. This knowledge he is sharing with his students and fellows. For him it is important to always to face the people who come to him in the classroom, with an open heart, without wanting to moralize them, especially in terms of their lifestyle.
“I am a very free-spirited yogi who has learned through the years about my own practice and especially from my own experience to combine the ancient tradition of yoga with the events of modern life and to unite them. Therefore, my teaching is authentic, clear and precise, often demanding and intense, yet leaving enough room for the fun and the joy of Yoga. ”
Victor is teaching Power Vinyasa Flow Yoga, a modern style of yoga which can affect on transforming one’s entire personality.
Since 2012, Sabine is teaching a mindfulness-based, calm and precise yoga style in Yogastudios and private lessons in Berlin.
After two decades of her own yoga praxis, she decides for her first training at Spirit Yoga in Berlin, another training in the traditional style after Sivananda, training in Yin and restorative yoga as well as yoga therapy.
Basis of her teaching is the flowing style of Vinyasa Yoga with the emphasis on Pranayama and meditation.
Yoga does not have a certain way or style for her, but is an individual practice path, in which you have to experience and explore always new paths and ways and reevaluate, where you stand, what you need and where to go.
Her lessons provide the space to go this way with joy and enthusiasm.
“I’m focused on cultivating AWARENESS & BALANCE through truly listening, offering the knowledge I’ve been taught by exceptional teachers and mentors, and through body work and facilitation. Whether it’s exploring presence of breath and Qi, in movement or stillness, my sessions are designed to reinvigorate all the layers of being.”
Evelyn is a 500HR Certified Teacher, with a background in Vinyasa, Tantric Hatha (inc. Pranayama, Yoga Nidra, Meditation & Yin), Qi Gong Kung Fu, Shiatsu, disciplined self-study and an inquisitive mind.
She facilitates one on one sessions in Yogic practices, Meditation and Breathing Techniques. Evelyn also offers Shiatsu therapy and massage. These practices are a renewal of energy. She’s working with the physical, mental and energetic bodies. Zen, awareness and practice can help revitalise and shift habitual patterning.
“Training in Tantric Hatha with Zuna Yoga taught me the dynamic exchange of breath and its ability to harmonise our experience. My Diploma in Shiatsu & Oriental Therapies taught me balance. It was more like life school really! I believe the symbiosis of different traditional techniques (Kundalini, Tantra, Hatha Yoga, Taoism, Shiatsu and Chinese Medicine) creates a stream to freedom in the mind-body connection.
I teach in line with the lineages I’ve studied and in respect of the traditions and teachers before me.”
Lauren is passionate about all things related to life, love, and spirit, and is grateful to be sharing the benefits of a consistent spiritual practice with communities around the world. A language teacher by trade, Lauren began her transition to the healing arts in 2016, after several years of exploration in the New York City yoga community. She became manager of her neighborhood yoga studio, while simultaneously completing her first 200 hour Hatha/Vinyasa Teacher Training. She was completely immersed in the worlds of yoga, massage, Reiki, crystals, energy, acupuncture, plant medicine, and sound, and ever since has gravitated towards these modalities. After leaving New York in the fall of 2017 to walk the Camino De Santiago, Lauren has found her way to Morocco, where she has taken up the Ukelele, sat her first ten day Vipassana, and been teaching for the past few months.
Lauren believes that students already know the answers and the work of the teacher is to assist in this discovery – reminding us to turn inward, focus on our breath, and return to our hearts. Her teaching is a blend of all the practices, places, and people she has encountered on her path, and she looks forward to sharing with the NOSADE family.
Judith teaches Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Yin Yoga, Pranayama and Meditation in Berlin. Yoga has been an integral part of her life for six years. At the beginning, yoga was just a tool to relieve back pain. But then yoga became more for her: Yoga is her anchor and hold in life.
In 2017 she completed the 250 hours teacher training at yogafürdich with Victor Thiele, Frauke Schroth and Sandra Winkens. This was followed by further education with Elena Brower, Gurmukh and Katonah Yoga. Her great love for Ayurveda and essential oils are additional parts of Judith’s work.
Judith teaches pure, precise and plain. With great joy and ease she is leading people to more well-being, clarity and joy.
Just take a break, breathe deeply, arrive at yourself. Isabella’s yoga classes are a skillful blend of Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin Yoga, powerful movement and stillness that give you the opportunity to connect with yourself. After many years of own practice Isabella decided in 2014 to complete her Hatha Yoga teacher training. In the following years, a Yin Yoga training with Stefanie Arend followed, as well as teacher enhancements and workshops with Elena Brower and Yoga Biomechanics with Jules Mitchell. She has deepened her meditation practice in recent years with courses on self-acceptance and self-love with Ralph de la Rosa. In addition to her regular guest lessons in Berlin, she also gives workshops on the topics of serenity, heartbreak yoga and womanhood: www.isabella.yoga.
Isabella combines sensitively conscious movement and mindfulness, with challenging elements, as well as peace and quietness. The students learn to recognize themselves in practice, to come into power and strength to find their own authentic expression. The discovery of the joy of movement is in the focus.
“Upon moving to Switzerland 8 years ago, I discovered yoga while looking for something steady that would complement and balance out my regular desk job in the world of architecture and materials. Inspired by enriching yoga classes, I successfully participated in a 200h yoga teacher training based on classical Hathayoga in Kerala, India. In March 2017 I completed my 200h “Anusara Teacher Training”, further deepening my understanding of the human architecture, yoga philosophy, and heart qualities. Right from the start it was the impact the combination of the different Asanasand breathing techniques had on body, soul, and well-being that fascinated me. Despite the physical exhaustion I felt deep relaxation and was at peace with myself. My own experience and my enthusiasm for yoga, inspired by my teachers, my training, workshops, students, friends, my surroundings, and my travels, is what I strive to share with and pass along to others. My approach to teaching is structured and forceful, while at the same time gentle and joyful to convey feelings of strength, courage, and levity in an unbiased manner free from constraints. I want the different Asanas, Pranayamas, and short meditation techniques I employ to allow students to leave my lessons with a smile on their faces. My teaching method aims to incorporate everyday thoughts, the body, and – in particular – breathing, to enable students to find themselves step by step.”
Movement and body as an instrument to create harmony have always been an integral part of her life. Gaia studied classical, modern and contemporary dance for 16 years. Inspired by Vinyasa Yoga her teaching style emphasizes body awareness and alignment, focussing the attention on cultivating sensibilty, honesty and concentration on the mat and in life. When teaching, Gaia’s focus is to guide students towards having the confidence and understanding to develop a self-practice and to personally experience the transformative power of yoga.
Gaia is living in Italy and teaching Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Power Yoga & Restorative Yin Yoga. Follow her on yogatrail. Or join her on one of her teacher trainings with TRIBE – Yoga Teacher Training School.
For over 10 years you can find nomad heart Katrin regularly on the mat. In the yoga practice, she found peace and strength from the very beginning – serenity and gratitude followed.
The desire being able to pass that to others has initiated her doing a yoga teacher training in 2013 in India at the Ashiyana Yoga Centre and aroused her interest in yoga and holistic life approaches. Additionally it is Katrin’s heartfelt concern to integrate yoga into a normal life, to practice with fun and joy and to submit no overlying strict dogmas.
She is encouraged in each class inviting people to take a step towards the path to themselves – whether on a roof terrace over Marrakech, in the vastness of the desert or at the beachfronts of the Atlantic!
Katrin lives in Berlin and teaches Power Vinyasa Flow and Power Core Pilates.
Movement, change, dynamics.
Introspective, calm, balance.
Yoga unites aspects of life that seem to have nothing in common.
On the mat we feel these opposites.
“In my practice and my teaching, I emphasize on biomechanical orientation, which brings change through introspective that allows us to master our daily life dynamically but yet calmly.
Physical and mental well-being. This is yoga. On the mat and off the mat!
Trained in yoga therapy, I also teach students with limitations and find individual paths in the yoga practice and for everyday life.”
Henriette teaches Anusara orientated yoga at all levels, with the goal of building a bridge between mat and everyday life together with her students. As an experiential educator, she always follows the motto “A gram of experience is worth more than a ton of theory.”
Don`t push the river it flows by itself. (Berry Stevens)
Jutta is a yoga teacher, painter and analytical Gestalt therapist. She lived and worked for 25 years in Salem on Lake Constance. For many years she already travels to Morocco and has lived 6 months in Marrakech.
With Yoga, Gestalt therapy and painting she combines everything close to her heart. Her focus in teaching yoga goes especially towards body awareness, towards feeling blockades and pain and to seek relief within. Depth fasciae work is her favorite area. People who have made not any experiences with yoga or who feel physical limitations are in perfectly good hands. Experienced yogis have the opportunity to dive deeper and to rediscovering levels.
As a traveling yoga teacher, Feli’s mission is to inspire and motivate as many people as possible in their own yoga practice. “Yoga is my basis for a happy, healthy and self-determined life in the here and now – that’s what I call YOGALICITY :)”
Feli emphasizes the importance of a careful practice, as well as the perception and acceptance of one’s own needs. This is the basis for her to approach and transform individual boundaries with joy and ease.
The roots of her yoga education lie in classical hatha yoga. This was followed by further education in the areas of yoga therapy, Yin Yoga and Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga. In addition to dynamic yoga, she is passionate about teaching Yin Yoga because she is fascinated by the healing and transforming power of this yoga style.
Nadine has lived in Berlin since 2002 and has also found yoga there. Especially in the bustling city, she finds her little daily break. The yoga mat is for her a small island on which the world out there should not matter for 90 minutes.
She has practiced for 15 years and feels very connected to the flowing Vinyasa Flow style. In 2011 she completed her yoga teacher training with Lara Baumann (Quantum Yoga) in London and in 2016 the further 500+ education with Patricia Thielemann (Spirit Yoga Berlin).
Nadine teaches fluent, dynamic and above all powerful yoga classes. She attaches great importance to motivating her students to draw from their own strength and to meet their own practice and themselves with humor and ease. The time on the yoga mat is to give the student a sense of strength, but also peace, in order to be able to face everyday life stronger.
Two years ago, she discovered her love of restorative yoga and also offers Yin Yoga lessons. Through regular workshops and further education, among others with Max Strom, Bryan Kest, Ana Forest, Tias Little and many others, she finds new inspiration for her own practice and her lessons.
Traudi Pich discovered yoga in 2001. After years of work in the fitness industry, her desire for more peace and serenity had grown. First, the body-oriented and dynamic “Power Yoga” after Bryan Kest with numerous workshops with him. The millennia-old healing system fascinated her, not only the positive effect on the body through a better posture and flexibility but also the balance and peace that you could experience after every hour. To deepen this, she completed a medical-scientific Hatha Yoga teacher training in 2008, as well as the “Prana Vinyasa Flow” training of Shiva Rea. After two more educations and many teachers and influences, for which she is very grateful, she regularly teaches open classes, personal yoga, and workshops.
Traudi lives in Ingolstadt and since 2017 runs her own studio Try2Fly “Yoga and Ayurveda”. Her style combines various influences such as Vinyasa Yoga, Prana Flow and Kundalini Yoga. In flowing sequences, somatic and energetic levels of the body meet and fill all cells with life and vitality – we feel this as calmness, centering and inner balance.
Katrin discovered yoga 10 years ago when she practiced her first sun salutation. What initially was meant only as a compensation for other sports, quickly developed into a passion that continues to this day. In addition to her work as a lawyer, Katrin completed her apprenticeship as a yoga teacher at Spirityoga in Berlin in 2014. Since then, she has continued to pursue her studies.
Katrin is particularly fascinated by the healing power of yoga, which is created by the combination of breath, mind and movement and, besides physical relaxation, leads to inner peace and serenity. In her clearly structured and partly demanding classes, Katrin attaches great importance to giving each student sufficient space for his or her individual needs and to discover the many facets of yoga for themselves.
Katrin teaches a powerful Vinyasa Yoga at various studios in Berlin.
Birgit has 20 years of own yoga and meditation as well as 10 years of teaching experience. She is a Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga teacher (500h), Yin Yoga teacher, prenatal and kids yoga teacher, health coach and author. Birgit has a passion for supporting others: she loves working especially with women to engage them finding themselves again through yoga and a slowliving lifestyle. She loves bringing people back to a natural, slow life.
“My life’s mission is to support you to re-discover your authenticity and live in it completely, I will support you to find your ultimate wellness through yoga and a healthy lifestyle.
Suffering is part of life. When I personally realized that suffering actually came from the constant looking for happiness and the perfect life, something changed in my own life. Recognizing that being unhappy comes from a wrong perspective and wrong thoughts everything changed. Now I feel that I want to live life as a whole, with all the ups and downs, and not just the happy side of it. Life is beautiful and perfect as it is, and that is happiness.“
Anica founded NOSADE to share authentic travel experiences in beautiful, diverse, and ever fascinating Morocco with like-minded nomad-hearted people.
One of her concerns as an entrepreneur is combining a conscious approach to nature and culture on the one hand with a company that creates jobs for locals and operates in a sustainable and fair fashion on the other. She strives to provide both clients and employees with educational and formative experiences.
As a yoga teacher she blends knowledge of the bio-mechanical aspects of healthy motion in yoga with a balanced and conscious approach to life that is rooted in thousands of years of yoga tradition and teachings.
“Make conscious choices about how to move – joyfully, and yet skillfully and aware – how you want to think and feel and take these learnings from the mat to your daily life.”
Anica is a trained yoga therapist. She also teaches Anusara yoga to students of all proficiency levels, focusing on the development of an autonomous awareness for a pain-free and self-determined life in motion.