Chiara is a graduate of Yoga Pranala Intensive 2013, RYT200. Chiara teaches gentle Yoga Pranala, directly from the heart. In her class we slow down to became stronger. We learn to be gentle with ourselves so as to be gentle with everyone and everything. She is also passionate about the healing potential of Essential Oils and has completed the formation to become a “master blender.” She often incorporates this amazing gift from Mother Nature during practice, to shift and raise frequencies. read more
Born in Yogyakarta and grown up in Jakarta. After thirteen years working as Marketing Administration Staff in Gramedia Group (at Tabloid BOLA) one of the biggest printing media company in Indonesia, her passion for Yoga drawn her to Ubud and BaliSpirit Festival. She has been practicing Yoga both in Jakarta and Bali since 2004, studying local Balinese Yoga and also got her Scholarship from SOSA [School Of Sacred Arts] Teacher Training [E-R.Y.T 200]. Eva teaches in local studios and several resort In Ubud-Bali and arranged retreats and healings. She often combined Local Balinese Yoga in her class to create more “local” taste of Yoga.
Before graduating from Yoga Pranala Intensive Teacher Training in 2014, Putu Purnama had worked previously as a yoga instructor for five years; He also learned yoga from his grandfather and other Balinese yoga practitioners, such as Kd Suambara (Ambarashram). , Kt. Bandiastra and Bapak Suweca. He uses Swami Sivananda breathing techniques, Ashtanga yoga, Power yoga and Laughter yoga as well.
Robyn Thoren Smith is a graduate of the 2013 Yoga Pranala Intensive. She has been practicing yoga since 1998 when she took her first class with her college roommate and fell in love with the peaceful, expansive ease that she experienced in yoga practice. Her passion lies at the intersection of mysticism and embodiment; the place where our spiritual light meets our shadowy and wonderfully messy humanity. read more
My name is Luh Manis. I was born and raised in Bali. I have had special training as “Jero” or Balinese priestess. After having undergone this special training, I have the responsibility to lead ceremony, following all of the traditional observances. Since I became a “Jero”, I became sensitive to energy and I had to deal with a lot of power. Yoga and meditation help me to balance all of that. I trained with ’Shakti Mhi of Prana Yoga College and certified by Prana Yoga College BC at 200-hour level. read more
Estee began her yoga journey in 2003 to help with a back injury. Her desire is to support first-time yogis kick-off their yoga journeys with clarity, fascination, and playfulness.
Estee’s classes, private sessions and workshops are dedicated to yoga beginners, encompassing Hatha and Yin practices as a means to converse with the Chakra System and awaken to out own Inner Teacher and Healer.
She is currently enraptured by breathing through the nose in asanas; chanting mantras; practicing mudras, and studying the chakras. In Ubud, she is often found writing, eating, singing, dancing, project-making and studying with Denise Payne.
Anouk has been practicing Yoga for eighteen years. Before coming to Bali she has been teaching in India, Europe and East Asia. In her classes, she joyously endeavors to lead her students through a journey that embraces not only the physical but also the deeper aspects of Yoga.
Anouk completed her training in India, obtaining a certificate by Yoga Alliance to teach internationally. She has since instructed in several teacher trainings, sharing not only Asana but also the breathing techniques (Pranayama) and meditation (Dhyana). Today, Anouk’s teachings in these practices are inspired by her teacher and partner, Emil Wendel.
Also known as Pinglan in Bali, has been teaching yoga since 2005. Her journey began with a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course, and then lead her to study with Yogachariya V Venkatesha & his wife Acharye Hema at the Atma Vikasa – Centre of Yogic Science. Ingela continues to work hard to bridge east and west in her work to introduce the first ever yoga university degree to to be taught at a Norwegian University.In 2010 Ingela met her Guru, Swami Vagishananda – definitely the most important and influential meeting of her life. Finally there were clear answers to the purpose of life and what all the efforts and practices were for! Feeling blessed to be in close connection with her Guru, Ingela continues to receive deep studies in Vedanta, sanskrit, mantras, and Puja, as well as looking into the values and philosophy of the yogic tradition. This has given her a good grounding in the purpose and practices of Yoga as a way of achieving balance, harmony and total fulfilment in this life. Ingela’s classes are in Hatha yoga. We take it slow, in order to really feel every anatomical, philosophical and spiritual aspect of yoga.