Sen Wellness Sanctuary

Our Teachers

maren_smallMaren Lander 

Inspired by a dear friend of hers, Maren started practicing Kundalini Yoga in 2011.

A certified Level I and II Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Teacher, Maren graduated with Amrit Nam Sarovar in 2012 after training with Har Nal Kaur in London and Karta Singh in France.

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mariekekouwenhovenMarieke Kouwenhoven

With 8 years dedicated practice of yoga with a wide variety of styles and gifted teachers, Marieke now sees yoga as a journey home, reconnecting us to the deepest parts of ourselves. Her classes are inspired by the teachings of different styles of yoga (Anusara, Vinyasa, Hatha & Yin) combined with the wisdom of Ayurveda.

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mischavarmuza_smallMischa Varmuza

Yoga forms the framework of Mischa’s life; bringing her strength, flexibility and discipline both on and off the mat whilst reminding her to stay present, open and compassionate. It has taught her to find space between thoughts and actions and to see lightness in the dark moments, cementing both awareness and gratitude into her life which has transformed her perception of the world.

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kathryn_smallKathryn McCusker

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.

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catherine_smallCatherine Page

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.

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catherine_smallCamilla Emson

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.

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