My name is Tina and I am coming from beautiful Munich in Germany. If you don‘t find me in south Bavaria, it means I‘m travelling and most probably indulging in one of my passions, yoga, landscape design, photography or surfing.
Immersed in dance as a child, I have a long-standing passion for creative expressions through the body. While looking for an alternative to the routine of dance classes I discovered Yoga. Instantly attracted to the physicality of the yoga practise, soon the spiritual aspects of yoga were sneaking on me through the physical. The decision to go abroad to see the world gave me the opportunity to attend my first Vinyasa teacher training course with Stéphanie Viu-Kessler and Trupteesh Nagaraj Hurikadale (founder of Samyak Yoga School in India) in Bali, April 2018.
As my teacher Stephanie said „we need to feed others as well to be fed“, you can not give back your knowledge, if you are not receiving it from someone. Teaching is the result of understanding what you are sharing. Thats why I am constantly seeking out opportunities to study with teachers across the globe, participate in workshops and further educate myself with trainings (currently total training hours 440). Staying humble, curious and open minded is probably the most important as a teacher and perpetual student. Learning is what made me want to share. Yoga is an amazing practise that gives me the opportunity to heal, observe, get to know myself better and teaches me to simply let go.
Grown up in a small village sourrounded by farms, forests and mountains I was constantly roaming around in nature. Through the deep connection with nature and landscapes paired with my creative streak, I studied landscape architecture and graduated my masters degree in International LA in 2016.