Kathryn (Sarb Sewak Kaur) is an inspiring and elevating Kundalini Yoga and Meditation teacher who is passionate about sharing the teachings with as many people as possible. Kathryn discovered Kundalini Yoga in Mexico in 2000 and has been teaching classes and retreats worldwide ever since.
Catherine began training as a Level One Kundalini yoga teacher in London, France and Russia and recently completed two modules of her Level Two training in Rishikesh, India. Catherine is passionate about the teachings of Kundalini yoga as a physical and spiritual practice and as a means to tap into the creativity and true potential of each individual.
‘As an Executive Director at a Swiss Investment Bank, Candace has over 20 years’ experience in the financial services industry. Five years ago, suffering from stress-related back pain, she was referred to the Breath of Life clinic. It was here that founder and Osteopath, Sam Kankanamage, introduced her to Kundalini yoga.
Rebekah Shaman works specifically with plant medicines to help spread plant ‘consciousness’, and assists those in the concrete jungles to live more shamanically, reconnecting them back to Nature and the natural cycles and rhythms of life.
Christine Chénier ~ Candrika (spiritual name)
500 RYT & 95 CYT
500 hour Classical Hatha Yoga – Sivananda Teacher staying true to the authenticity of the Sivananda practice. With a great passion for yoga and years of school teaching experience with children worldwide, in 2015 Christine decided to complete a Children’s Yoga Teacher Training Course.
Pleuni Van Hulten
As a dancer and choreographer, Pleuni discovered yoga early in her life. A few years ago she left the Netherlands to travel the world teaching Scaravelli inspired Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga. In her classes we explore the bodies natural way of moving and we try to find a lightness in the practice.
Emson is a trained dance movement psychotherapist and somatic experiencing practitioner. She considers the body as an intelligent self-regulating vessel, which can become challenged and compromised by the traumas of life and the “numbing agents” of modern living.