In yoga there is the belief: You will find the right teacher, when you need it and the time is up

So maybe for you I am the one:


Hello, my name is Christel, I am living and working in Hamburg as a freelanced journalist and a very addicted yogateacher.

It is the most beautiful addiction I ever had.
What has fascinated me from the beginning of yoga is the union of body, mind and spirit.
It was a long way until I found a yoga style to have and to teach. And it's fascinating how much I benefit myself from it. And this energy, this new life I will be happy to share and teach my students.
I myself am a qualified sports scientist who had studied at the Sport University in Cologne and did my thesis on rehabilitation after myocardial infarction. Both the sport, as well as the interests of prevention and rehabilitation has always accompanied me.
 
 
My day job is a journalist and therefore my article on the website may become a little long.

But I do not want to talk just about the asanas. There is so much more knowledge I would like to divide.

 
How many other people I came to yoga due to a riding accident.  And I have to speak about yoga therapy itself. I was amazed at how well it worked and since I am always deeply immersed in the "science of yoga"
My first experiences I made over 20 years ago in India.
My yoga teacher training with Bryan Kest had made it, the creator of Power Yoga.
In addition, seminars were with Paul Grilley, the inventor of Yin Yoga
 
And a mixture of these two forms of Yoga, I think is fascinating and perfect.
With the active athletic power yoga Yoga is meant - the yang.
With the LSD or Long Slow Deep - Yin Yoga.
Yin and Yang - a perfect combination.
 
Quite new is my training in Thai Yoga Massage, also known as Yoga for lazy people. It fits perfectly with yoga. And soon I will go deeper into this training in Changmai, Thailand.
 
My teaching style: In general, I mix with Yin Yoga, Power Yoga and meditation.
Pranayama (breathing exercises) are a must in every yoga class.
 
But it always depends what kind of students I have in front of me and what they tell me about their previous knowledge and needs or physical conditions.

So I listen to them - and they should learn to listen to their bodies.