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Ania is the general manager of PAKHUS YOGA – The Yoga Space
Caroline teaches Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin yoga,
Studied with international teachers: Stephanie Viu Kessler, Yogi Trupta, Kino MacGregor, Iain Grysak, and Gemma Vassalo, Tiffany Cruikshank in Yin.
Liva’s teaching reflects her musical work, where creativity and dynamism are important elements.Breath, expression and physique are put into play and there is space for enjoying the movement of the body and the silence of the mind. When she practices and teaches, it is also an experience of cohesion that finds its way – connection with herself and with the outside world.
Yoga is an invitation, an experience, a playful dance. Yoga can be challenging but at the same time be your safe home. In Liva’s classes you will always be treated with her beautiful voice singing during Savasana (relaxation)
Liva took Hamsa Yoga Studios 100 hours vinyasa TT in 2013. She studied Musical Accompaniment for dance at the Danish School of Performing Arts and has a BA in rhythmic singing from the Jutland Music Conservatory in Aarhus.
Cedric’s “yoga journey” started in 2009. In addition to a daily practice, yoga has become a life philosophy for him, which he applies both inside and outside of teaching.
Cedric’s yoga lessons are aimed at everyone, regardless of level, agility and strength. He places great emphasis on good “body alignment” which means that our body slowly returns to its most optimal position, and that each position is performed in a safe and healing way. Cedric teaches both gentle, slow, strength and more flowy yoga classes.
In addition, it is important for Cedric to create a safe and inclusive space where it feels both safe and good to be yourself, where you can expand your knowledge and feel good about your body, heart and mind. Cedric always emphasizes a larger theme, which can be woven into the positions and taken out into the larger perspective and into one’s own life.
Former PhD and researcher, Cedric has studied, taught, and trained internationally in yoga, meditation, movement, and body therapy. In addition to teaching yoga, Cedric offers education and retreats, as well as life and career coaching with a holistic perspective, which integrates mindfulness, the body and psychotherapy / coaching.
Read more about Cedric at www.heartwiseyoga.com
Eva has been working with dance and movement since she was quite young. She started as an elite gymnast in Roskilde when she was 14. Gerlev Idrætshøjskole at the gymnastics department later she attended the Rhythmic Center’s dances and drama line.
Eva is a trained Hatha yoga instructor within Ashaya yoga and has her Restorative yoga training from Hamsa Yoga.
In addition she has studied Intuitive body and movement with Stefana Serafina.
She teaches yoga with alignment but it is the connection between between body, movement, mind and spirit that mostly interest Eva . Yoga as a transformative process. Eva teaches with joy and humor and uses her creativity and long teaching experience to help you discover what yoga can do for you .
Ea is also a trained primary school teacher and has a continuing education from the Rhythmic Music Conservatory in rhythmics and movement for children. In addition, she has studied a master’s degree in psychology and development studies at RUC.
Kika teaching varies a lot depending on the style.
Her Vinyasa classes are quite strong and flow-y. Soft/slow flow classes are slower, gentler and loving and her Yin + restorative classes allow you to completely drop into stillness and presence with a lot of love and find that special space for you to be!
Kika does also sound therapy as she find it is the ultimate form of being present to help people drop into stillness, away from those distractions, to be able to really feel and process what is.
Kika about yoga:
Yoga for me is one of the most compassionate and beautiful ways to really tune in, to be fully present and create space in my body and mind and allow myself to take a pause in whatever is happening in my life at the specific time to come back to my body, my breath, myself; to feel even the smallest feelings and emotions and move everything out in this marvelous self-exploring and self-expressive moving meditation. It is a time and space where everything becomes clear in the wider context, a time and space where I am free to be unapologetically myself and learn to appreciate and love every aspect of being me, of life, and of others.
Practicing honest self-exploration also means appreciating how on different days our needs differ as well. We need both Yin and Yang, passive and active to stay balanced. Sometimes a vigorous and strong practice is what’s needed to tune into our strength and shake away anything excessive we carry around, whereas at other times what we really need is stillness and softness – staying present and tuning in.
In my teaching I therefore wish to offer a space for both.
I am also a sound therapy practitioner and with my gong baths and sound relaxation sessions I wish to enable you to really slow down to relax and restore your nervous system, allow yourself to take the time to just be and deeply feel whatever is going on.
Kirstine took her first yogaclass over 20 years ago – and she was instantly hooked. Her practice and teachings encompasses everything from strong vinyasa yoga to mellow, sweet yin yoga. Her teaching is alignement based yet always focused on tuning in on that spacious sense of being fully awake. You will find that her classes is always thorough and well-rounded, sometimes challenging but always leaving space and options for you to find your own practice.
Kirstine is cand.psyk and a writer; having written mostly for theatre and tv&film her debut novel came out in 2021.
Teaching yoga since 2003,
Leah holds a certificate in Kripalu yoga, Prenatal yoga and an advanced teacher certification in Vijnana Yoga.
Leah is the author of Yoga for Pelvic Floor Health: A Whole-Body Approach to Strengthening and Healing (available for purchase soon), she also completed with honors a masters of art in religious studies
Read more about Leah at leahwrobel.weebly.com
For Arenze, yoga is a tool for creating balance in body and mind – even outside the yoga mat! In her teaching, she emphasizes that the student feel in to her/his body and the practise is based on how yoga feels, not how it looks.
Arenze began yoga in 1994. Already the following year, she took on a three-month retreat and then moved into the ashram. She has been teaching yoga since 2002, first in Ireland, and since 2005 in Copenhagen and the surrounding area.
She has over 1500 hours of yoga teacher training behind her in Hatha Yoga, Meditation, Yoga Nidra, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Open Flow Vinyasa. She has special training in pregnancy yoga (gravid yoga), postpartum yoga (efterfødsel), baby yoga and children’s yoga, as well as therapeutic yoga for trauma, the mentally vulnerable / sick and children with special needs.
Arenze is also a storyteller and trained anthropologist.
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Jenný is a 300-hour certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher, architect and a dedicated yogi for many years.
For Jenný, yoga is a lifestyle that has helped her find balance, joy and strength she is passionate about learning from.
In Jenný’s teaching you will experience a holistic yoga practice, with dynamic and creative flow sequences along with inverted postures and balance exercises. Her classes encourage you to look inward as well as explore the deeper layers of yoga and the underlying philosophy. You will experience deep stretches, hands-on assists, meditation and chanting