Our teachers are a team of caring and supportive individuals. They create a space where every student is welcomed and encouraged to explore new connections between body, mind and spirit.
When I went to Chamonix to do my 200 hour teacher training with Mariza Smith in May 2018, I had no idea yoga could impact my life as deeply as it would. After a month of intense training, teaching, practicing, and meditation I knew that yoga was an integral part of my life.
When I returned to Basel, where I have lived since 2012, I founded Satya Yoga and began teaching Vinyasa yoga classes. I love the shared energy of a group yoga class and the openness and enthusiasm my students bring to practicing yoga.
Other than on my yoga mat, my favorite places to be are on a mountain trail or curled up on the sofa with a book.
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This helps to find a balance between the body and the mind and through this to stay fit in daily life.
Numerous yoga trainings, workshops and travels followed and shaped Fabian into a competent and passionate yoga teacher. He is certified teacher in various yoga styles (Bikram, Hatha, Kundalini, Yin, Restorative). Fabian welcomes students at Satya Yoga to a relaxing Yin yoga class. The focus is on balancing and restoring our physical and mental bodies. Fabian creates a safe space to connect to your higher self.
My classes are designed for beginners and for advanced students. The classes also include reflections on philosophy and nutrition. Namaste.
From a young age Joanne has had a deep fascination with movement and the body, always understanding and discovering that calming and addressing the physical body, also calms and relaxes the mind, creating for us a happy and peaceful way to live. After much fascination and reading yoga texts and books throughout her teenage years, Joanne entered her first yoga Shala at the young age of 19 and never looked back from a yogic and spiritual path.
She has studied varying forms of yoga but found her home and love for Ashtanga many years ago, which she continuously studies daily and with many wonderful teachers all around the world.
As well as a physical Asana practice, Joanne has a great love of Buddhist practices and often studies texts with beautiful Buddhist teachers all over the world. This fascination and search for a peaceful and meaningful life lead her to live for 2 years in a Buddhist center, both working and studying closely with teachers and learning how to live mindfully every day.
Joanne’s classes are of a strong Vinyasa style, yet alignment and working with bandhas and the breath are key to a healthy practice, which helps calm and focus the body and mind.
I come from Colombia, where I had the opportunity to practice with some of the best and most recognized teachers there. I have also been inspired by ancient indigenous knowledge and world view, which has provided me tools to help me awake the seed of love (present in us all).
The yoga flow in my classes consists of going deep into the postures and developing a strong, flexible, and resistant body structure. This of course works simultaneously and in the same way with the mind.
Yoga allows me to pause where I can breathe, be grateful and smile…also from within. Come and join a class and leave with a open heart and and a smile.