Iris is a German artist and internationally renowned filmmaker based in Latin America and Europe. Her documentaries and movies reflect the social reality of the indigenous people in Latin America and Indonesia.
Until 1995 she was a well-known actress for German TV and theatre. She subsequently worked as a theatre director in Berlin, Hamburg and Vienna. She is a prize-winning sound artist and maintains some involvement in these fields.
From 1988-1993 she became interested in meditation, breathing, singing and dancing as spiritual techniques with the Sufi master Pir Vilayat Inayat Kahn. Every year she participated in monthly retreats in the Alps.
From 1993-1995 she trained in Tantra Yoga with a range of teachers including Margo Anand, Doris Christinger and Peter Schröter from Sky Dancing Tantra, Diana Richardson, Kutira and Allan Lowen.
She has been practicing Tantra for the last 20 years with her partner, David Höner.
Iris and David have been teaching Tantra in different parts of the world since 1996 and Iris currently presents at the University of Quito (Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar) and Durga’s Tiger School. Since 1994 she had worked with indigenous people in Latin America, and has become involved with Shamanistic Energy work.
In February, 2013 Iris completed a advanced Tantra Yoga Certification with the traditional tantrica Bhagavan Shanmukha Anantha Natha in India. She is certified as a Master Yoga teacher by Yoga Alliance International and a 500 hrs E-RYT of Yoga Alliance. The Mistress Kapad Dini Ambar iniciated her into Shri Vidya Tantra.
Since 2000 Iris has developed Durga’s Tiger Teachings, incorporating Tantra Yoga, tantric Philosophy and Shamanism. Her Durga’s Tiger Dance Meditation is a powerful fusion of yoga energy work implemented in different dance styles. The training involves voice work including chanting and “liberation of the voice.”
Iris Disse is the catalyser of Durga´s Tiger School, choreographer of this transforming energy composition of Yoga, Tantra, Arts and Shamanism. Iris is Master Yoga teacher in the school teaching Kaula Tantra Yoga classes, Durga´s Tiger Dance and “Applied Tantra Philosophy.”
He comes from Venezuela.
Graduated in Political sciences with a Master in Business Administration (MBA).
After few years working in what he studied, he decided to change his profile, he started meditating and then practicing yoga eproximately in 2004. He practiced and explored deeply different Yoga styles; between them Hatha Yoga, Vidya or classical yoga, Rocket Yoga, Power Yoga, Anusara Yoga, Dynamic Yoga and Kundalini yoga and he has being giving Yoga classes from about 10 years ago.
Also, he practiced different meditation styles during several years, like the Osho meditations (In the Osho Center in Caracas), Zen meditation (Zen Centre Bodaishin Caracas), taoíst meditaions and Vipassana meditation. Thanks to this experiences y works a lot with meditation and its focus on the support of the modern science, sharing what is called medic meditations .
He studied Gestalt Therapy in the “Instituto Venezolano de Gestalt”, and he uses this tool more in the psychosomatic field of the therapeutic session, working with the person on the way he / she comes to term with his / her affection. He works mainly with the chinese medicine (acupunture, moxibustion, energetic massage) and he dive different styles of massage and treatments like the ayurvedic massage, muscular massage and osteopathy.
Hector completed 200hours Teacher Training in our school and he’s in charge of Pranayama classes, Mantra Chanting, Kundalini Yoga and Kaula Tantra Yoga
Catherine-Ayer Gresham (C.A.)
Catherine-Ayer Gresham (C.A.) was brought up in North Carolina, US. She has been practicing yoga for 7 years now. She completed a 200-hr Vinyasa Flow Teacher Training with her teacher Lexi Hawks, at Longwave Yoga in 2015.
After completing her training, she still felt there was something missing in her practice. She left to travel for the next couple of years where she continued her personal practice as well as teaching along the way. In January 2017, she completed the 500-hr training at Durga’s Tiger School. Bringing Tantra back into her body was a homecoming.
She now enjoys the Tantra practice, along with meditation. Her area of concentration is the healing of the womb space in the collective conscious as well as bringing sisters and brothers together to heal with compassion and love.
Catherine is administrator of the school in Ecuador and she is giving classes of meditation and kaula tantra yoga.
Nicolas come from Argentina.
He’ s a scene and experimental artist who researches in the fields of art, therapy and society. His main tools are empathy and play. He is a clown and clown teacher who´s been developing his own particular style in performance, scene direction and pedagogy for more than 14 years.
His nomadic lifestyle brought him to go in depth with the magical world of Andean-Amazonean Shamanism, exploring rituals, musical roots and cosmovisions. He has also designed and participated in humanitarian projects in war context and social emergencies.
He’s been invited to participate in festivals, gatherings and projects in Latin America and Europe: Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador, Austria, Germany, France, Poland, Estonia, Finland, England, Switzerland, Romania, Israel and Palestine where he also taught in diverse universities, theaters, schools of art, spirituality, transpersonal psychology and humanitarian aid.
He studied with different contemporary teachers and shamans of various traditions, like Marcelo Savignone, Cristina Marti, Gustavo Lecce, Juan Monsalve, Victor Stivelman, Taita Querubin (chief of Cofan nation). In the scenic art he trained Clown, Lecoq Technique, Masks, Commedy, Improvisation, anthropological theatre and studied scene direction.
Also, he explored body techniques and languages like the circus, contemporary dance, tantra, sound painting, capoeira, yoga, fencing. He specialized in contact improvisation which is now one of the bases of his investigation and training. He has created and directed performances for street and theater room such as “Cantos Cuentados”, “Carloncho!” and Ëstudio Tornattori” performing in different international festivals in Latin America.
In his performances and classes he looks into points of contact between structure and improvisation, game and collective unconscious, laughing and healing, shamanism and paradigm change.
Daniela de Girolamo
Daniela was born and raised in Italy. After some years traveling as a tour guide, she decided to settle in Granada, Spain, where she studied a Sol y Luna.
In 2005 she began studying ayurvedic medicine with the study of abhyanga massage and marma treatments.
In 2006 Daniela was certified as ayurveda massage therapist by APTN_COFENAT. She also began to study shiatsu and traditional chinese medicine. Thanks to this beautiful 4 year path, in which Daniela gained an understanding of natural elements and their relationship with the body, she can integrate the knowledge of these two ancient arts of healing and utilize the many similarities between Ayurvedic and Chinese Medicine. In 2010 she was certified as a Shiatsu Therapist by A.P.S.E.
In 2010 she was certified as a shiatsu therapist by A.P.S.E.
Daniela’s love for shiatsu and subsequent practice with patients stimulated her to deepen her study. In 2010 she participated in the intensive course “Diagnostic and work with chakras” with Diego Sanchez of Uruguay. In 2011 she attended the postgraduate course “Shiatsu and Menstruation” with Marina De Franceschi of Italy.
She began to regularly practice Qi Gong to be in good health and energetically strong while working with patients. Between 2010 and 2012 she trained at “Sol Y Luna” school to become a Qi Gong teacher.
Daniela taught and worked with shiatsu in different centers in Granada. Between centers she participated in Artes Sanas en Movimiento, a creative project where she met professionals of many other disciplines and exchanged methodologies in yoga practices, Qi Gong techniques, and classical indian dance.
Between 2011 and 2012 she travelled in India where she practiced hatha yoga in Sivananda Ashram in Neyyr Dam and experienced a treatment in Parathuvayalil ayurvedic hospital in Cochin.
Since arriving in Ecuador in 2013, Daniela has been training in Kaula Tantra Yoga with Iris Disse and assisting with the creation of Durga’s Tiger School.
She goes on exploring different techniques of yoga and energetic work such as Ovaries Breath, Meditation, Yogabeats, Hatha Yoga, kundalini Yoga, Qi Gong and teaching with passion and inspiration, having accumulated around 1500 hours giving classes.
In February 2018 she finished the teacher training of Yoga for Pregnancy and after birth.
She is Master Yoga Teacher in the school as well as general manager of Ecuador and Europe, and she gives classes in active meditation, kaula tantra yoga, partner kaula tantra yoga and yoga for pregnancy.
Rosa Maria Cisneros
She is Sociologist and during different years, she gave private counselings as manager of market research.
In 2012 she trained as Kundalini yoga teacher.and from that moment she began to go in depth with themes like “consciuous pregnancy”, “upbringing without attachment” and “breastfeeding” so that now she gives yoga classes for pregnancy, for people who are loooking for a baby and for wemen who just gave birth.
Another one of the themes she works with is the couple and she gives workshops for couples.
She works with Hector in Durga’s Tiger School in classes of Pranayama, Mantras, Kundalini Yoga
Hector and Rosa work toghther in:
We give workshops about all that themes related with yoga from its humanology to the philosophy aspects and also related with the pure metodology of the yoga practice (allignment, meditation, breath, nutrition etc.)
We also give international workshops on “Health Coaching”, created by the Dr, Samuel Santokh, in which we look for train of future healing specialists. In these workshops we analyze the scientific contribution, the modern discoveries of the clinic psyco-neuroinmunology toghether with the philosophy, humanology and therapeutic suppport of Yoga, especially of the Kundalini Yoga and tools of taoism.
We also give workshops for couples, for the conception, conscious gestation and psyco-emotional training for men and women.
Christoph is a German actor, theatre director and teacher based since 1984 in Ecuador. His theatre works made him travel through almost all countries of Latinamerica as well as Mexico, attending festivals and directing plays. His works as an actor in film and internet opened his career to a vast audience in the Spanish speaking world.
After workshops in the Theatre Lab of Jerzy Grotowski en Wroclaw/Polonia he studied in the Jacques Lecóq School for mime, movement and theatre in Paris and attended during 3 years workshops with teachers of the Lee Strasberg School of Acting in different cities in Europe. He studied Tai Chi (Yang style) with Ana Triebel in Berlin/Germany.
Up to 1984 he worked in Berlin in different independent theatre groups. In “Voice and Movement”, a group directed by the Russian composer Vladimir Rodzianko, he worked on a combination of extended range vocal expression, based on the training of south African actor and vocalist Roy Hart, and selected dance and mime movements. Another group was the today still existing “Berliner Companie”, a very successful touring political theatre network. Since then Christoph has a special emphasis in the political impact of theatre art works.
From 1988 to 1992 he was Director of the german-ecuadorian cultural centre “Asociación Humboldt”, now Goethe Institute, in Quito. He organized more than 800 national and international cultural events.
From 1986 to nowadays he directed and acted in more than 40 stage plays. From 1981 to 2017 he acted in a big variety of films for cinema, television and internet, produced in Italy, Germany, Hungria, Argentina, Ecuador and Colombia.
In 2011 he carried out together with his wife, the ecuadorian actress Tamara Navas, the project ¨Theatre on Wheels”, meetings with imagination – creative journeys with a theatre truck, named “The eternal invisible”, visiting 50 cities and towns of Ecuador.
Christoph is a researcher of creative processes in individuals and groups and of different paths of non-directive (self-taught) learning. In Durgas Tiger School his teachings put emphasis on theatre as a playground to act out the deeper emotional sources of our creative being, using a great variety of techniques from improvisational theatre, dynamics from Gestalt therapy, clowning, working with masks, scene work, and others.
Malin Wind Disse
Wind Malin Disse was born in Berlin, Germany.
From the age of 4 years old he has been living in Ecuador with exception of a fiew years in Switzerland and Germany.
In 2015 and 2016 he spent 2 years in Germany to study about the german politics of integration of migrants.
He loves extreme sports, and became in a race the 3. of Europe in Downhill.
Wind´s path as an anthropologist, artist and 500hrs certified Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance International yoga teacher leads him to be seen as a cultural mediator, a bridge between worlds.
Due to his deep interest in shamanism, he has contacted many shamans of the Amazon and Andean region of Ecuador, and worked with them to understand their traditions.
From 2009 Wind has been invited to learn more about the shamanic tradition of the Cofán- A’i socio-culture and ended up being accepted as apprentice by the shaman Don Avelino Quenama.
Wind´s thesis as Anthropologist was about the theme: Orality, practices and symbols of the A´i shamanism, including the relation with visionary plants. Don Avelino gave him the authorization to do his own ceremonies with the yage medicine and share his knowledge.
Since then, Wind Malin Disse has attended and guided many shamanic ceremonies in order to keep on learning and help others to enter into a shamanic state of consciousness that allows shamanic healing.
He’s in charge of classes of Kaula Tantra Yoga and Shamanism
Born in Medellin, Colombia in 1980, Marcela relocated to Ecuador 1989.
She has studied Acupuncture, Healing Humanism and Healing-Creative Theater in the Neijing School of Quito, Ecuador.
Marcela explores performance techniques such as physical theater, clown, art comedy, storytelling, stage, and theater of the oppressed. She also applies these techniques in different social scenes, developing each project with individual and group exercises.
Among the social projects in which she has participated in are:
- “Reading Caravans,” which seeks to motivate teachers and basic education students to read through creative play and fun art.
- “Seeds of Light, Healthy and Awake Ecuador,” which focuses on the union of women and youth in Las Marias neighborhood where they learn to cook and share stories.
On the storytelling stage she presented “Percucuentos, stories that resonate from the heart” with the Peruvian drummer Alfonso Gamboa. Her individual tales “Los cuentos de Tató” which includes stories of authorship, oral tradition and various national and international writers, filling them with a number of different theater techniques. She has dramatized her own story with the theater group “Clown destinos” entitled “The terrible problem of the dark lady” and “Conversations with the mirror” with the group “La Luciernaga” Healing-Creative Theater.
Marcela completed 200hrs training in our school and teaches Arts classes called “Between theritual and the play”
Christian is a Swiss explorer of breath, sound, and movement based in Ecuador and Switzerland. Wherever he is, he creates experiences based on his passion for Tantra, Yoga, breathwork, music, dance, bodywork, and writing.
In 2019, he participated in a Yoga Teacher Training at Durga’s Tiger School, completing 500 hrs in 2020, and co-founded and taught at Kaula Yoga Zurich. In February 2020 he became part of the school faculty in Ecuador.
He found the Tantric Path in February of 2017. Ever since, he keeps exploring it with various teachers and schools, such as Estera Saraswati and Zenon D. Dorje (House of Tantra), Lorenzo Stiernquist, Kristina Marlen, Elana Andermatt, the International School of Temple Arts (ISTA), and Pema Gitama (Wild Tantra).
Christian is also a bodyworker, offering relaxation and Tantra massages, and he is currently in training to become a BioDynamic Breathwork & Trauma Release System practitioner.
Until 2018, he worked as a researcher in public transport, and he holds a PhD in that field from ETH Zurich.
At Durga’s Tiger School, he teaches Kaula Tantra Yoga, meditation, and “Applied Tantra Wisdom”; he also accompanies various parts of the training on the guitar, leading singing circles of Mantras and medicine songs.
You can find him at unguardedlife.com.
Fanny comes from one of the native families of our mountain, the Ilaló. Her family has actively supported community life on the mountain through many generations.
As part of our Shamanism program, we convinced Fanny Simbaña to share a little bit of her knowledge of the traditional medicinal plants that grow here on our volcano. Fanny’s knowledge of medicinal plants was handed down to her by her mother and grandmother, as it has been from generation to generation.
In her classes, Fanny introduces students to the various plants used for the ‘Limpia’ (energy cleaning), plants used for common ailments, and plants which help women recover after childbirth.
Students have the opportunity to have a ‘Limpia’ made by Fanny, a cleansing ritual in which native medicinal plants are used to clean a person of energies which may be contributing to ill health and bad luck.
Fanny is also in charge of keeping our center beautiful, clean, and colored with plants and flowers.
She has been working with Iris and David for many years and is part of the family together with her sons and daughter Mercy, a 12 year old yogini who has been practicing yoga in our school for two years now.
Fanny completed 200 hor training in Durga’s Tiger school
Alimishky Music Project
The group is composed by several people and we have the honor to have with us at the school Anahi sandivares and Javier Wermuth from Argentina.
Anahi Sandivares comes form the province of Córdoba, Argentina. She grew up in a village, Tránsito where she started in in a very yourg age to study and dance Flokloric dances.
In her teenage period she traveller through Argentina and Italy with the Municipal Ballet of Arroyito and she started to penetrate into the Latin America Dances.
In 2003 she entered in the Social Communication School in the National University of Córdoba untill 2007 whe she decided to travel through South America with the Alimishky Project. She’s travelling with the people invlved in this project more than 10 years, investigating and studying the traditional folklores of South America with their musicas, dances and traditional instrumenta.
In the lasts years she developped dancing and music works and creations like the Individual Dance-Theatre of South America and the collective creation “Wilkamayu Luz al sur” and simultaneously she realized many workshops in different educational spaces as well as musical presentations in countries like:Uruguay, Paraguay, Perú Ecuador Colombia y Brasil.
In 2017 she met a Iris Disse and together with Javier Wermuth they started to work in Durga’s Tiger School making music for dance classes in which the spiritual development of the being relates with the connection with ancestral rithms and dances.
In 2018 she completed the 500 hrs Teacher Training in our school and from that moment she continues to develop practices which relate her Art with Tantra Yoga and Dance as a potencial of healing expression.
Javier Wermuth is born in Córdoba Argentina and grew up in Salta, in the north of the country.
From when he was child he was connected to the popular music because of his family. He studied in the post-secondary School of Music in Salta with the teacher Gustavo Kantor.
After having been travelling in Uruguay for his studies, he met in Córdoba his partner Anahí Sandivares and he started with her a trip through South America studying the musics, dances and cultures of the continent.
Together with the musicians Ernesto Guardia and Marcelino Peralta they form the group Alimishky.
After 13 years of travels he has become a multi instrumentalist playing the South American guitar, the charango, the cavaquiño of Brazil, the Colombian bagpipers, the Candombe drums and the Murga of Uruguay, the Brasilian percussion like pandeiro, Zurdo, etc., the Peruvian cajon, the Afro Colombian music with the Tambor Alegre, the Tambora, the Llamador and the Maracas as well as the wind andean instruments like Quena, Quenacho, Sikus and Sampoña, among others.
During these years he realized workshops in the whole continent sharing his knowledge with people of South America.
In 2017 he met Iris Disse and plays music for her classes in the Durga’s Tiger School.
In 2018 he completed the 500hrs Teacher Training where he teaches about ancestral musics of Latin America. He also makes musics for the “LImpias” at the school (energy cleansings) and he guides meditations with his music, as well as sharing Kaula Tantra Yoga.
Don Alberto Taxo
He was born in Ecuador on the 20th of March 1954. He belongs to the Ati people of Salcedo, in the Cotopaxi province. He speaks his native language which is the Kichwa and through the sound of his language, together with the chanting and the drums he connects with the beaings of Pachamama (Cosmic Mother) and of the Ashpamama (Mother Earth) to attain healing as ancestral knowledge and practice of Andean curlture he belongs.
He could study in and out of the country the following subjects: Neurolinguistic. Communitary Mediation, Neuro-Coexistence, Bees-Theraphy, Integrative Medicine, Ancestral Andean Philosophy and medicine, Methodology of the Cientific Investigation, Kitchwa Linguistics.
He was given the highest honor of Master Iachak by the Shamanic Council of South America.
Don Alberto’s way is powerful and gentle. He creates a space where each person can experience for themselves the truth and practical applications of the ancient Andean wisdom which he brings.
Don Alberto has been sharing this wisdom for fifteen years in the United States and Europe. He was given this responsibility in 1989 at a great gathering of Andean Elders.
He’s Author and co-author of several books in which the theme of the Andean culture is explained to the world.
As leader of his community, he actively participated in the politic of the country and the indigenous prising of the ’90s, in which they obtained by the government, basic services like education, electricity, potable water for the indigenous community of the Cotopaxi region and the whole country together with the respect and recognizement of the indigenous people as humans with a big cultural tradition (language, habits, wisdom etc).
Now he lives together with his large family in La Loma, a mountain close to his community where he goes on teaching and sharing the andean traditional wisdom and the principles of Allí Kawsay, Sumak Kawsay (the good living), The path of the Iachak and he coexsists with all beings.
Anina has discovered her love for yoga as she retired from her career as a classical ballerina with the State Opera Berlin, Germany.
Yoga allows her to take her mind-body-connection to a spiritual level.
Experienced in different styles of yoga, she has trained Traditional Kaula Tantra Yoga in India where she also got certified as a teacher. (RYS500)
Anina is excited to share her classes at Durgas Tiger School after most recently having taught on Sri Lanka, Japan and in Zurich.
She will be in charge of the intuitive anatomy and physiology and Kaula Tantra Yoga teachings.
Valentina Lovato has born in Quito; thanks to her father, who is a musician, she knew the path of Arts as form of life and at the age of 4 years old the Dance becomes the encounter with Arts and in it, she discovered her own path.
She could experience master classes and trainings in Theatre, Contemporary Dance, Ethnic-Contemporary dance, Butoh and Kaula Tantra Yoga.
She’s interested by all the healing processes of the body and soul and she walked the paths of Chinese Medicine, Psicomagic, Medicinal Power Plants and Sacred Circles.
She has been part of different theatre and dance ensembles focused on the experimentation of the Art to cultivate the collective consciousness in direction of the community’s harmony.
She’s mother of two girls and she considers the path of maternity as a shamanic path, like an altered state of consciousness, natural, in which a woman can develop the magic and stalker attention in the daily life, a constant meditation and transformation.
With a piece of every part of her life, full of love, she developed a workshop based on “Intuitive-Movement”, in which art, yoga and healing come together to awake the listening of our body and connect with the Sacred Dance of Life.
An actress and musician, Barbara teaches in many countries as a specialist for community processes and group communication. In our courses she shares tools about artistic group communication to solve knots in students’ emotional fields.
- 1966. Psychologist, Psychotherapist with studies in Psychodrama and licensure in cognitive behavioural therapy.
- Singer, actress.
- Long term stays in Latin America.
She has been a member of ZEGG community since 2001.
Apart from art, her passion is to create spaces where the truth of every human being can expand and thereby support healing of people and systems.
In the ZEGG Forum we offer a place to share from the heart. Topics as emotions, personal development, love, community living, and their place in transformational processes are discussed.
She shares, mantra chanting, art classes, Forum classes and Kaula Tantra Yoga in the training in Germany.
Musician and teacher for drum and percussion. Sweatlodge facilitator in the tradition of Sweet Medicine Sundance Path.
Training in Shinson Hapkido, korean martial arts.
Spiritual knowledge and practice in connection with creative self-expression is the central theme, which he follows in various aspects of his life with heart and inspiration.
The path of the “Twisted Hairs” unify the spiritual knowledge of different tribus and magic traditions.
Thomas shows this path with a lot of heart and humor.
He shares with us his large experience in shamanism classes and drums healing in the training in Germany.
Zula is a dance therapist, crazy performer and contact dancer. She does “Tantra dance” with us – there is much dance energy in the performing arts. (Zulas workshop is held instead of the shamanic clown we have in Ecuador).
Zola holds titles as an educator, a teacher for creative children dance, and as an arts therapist (dance, action theatre, painting, creative writing) from the Tamalpa Institute.
She has created many performances – both solo acts and with other professionals. She performed in “Screaming Mamas”, a play by Iris Disse, in Budapest together with Kretakör, the famous theatre group of Hungary, and in the ZEGG community with German artists.
Zula shares art classes in the training in Germany.
Ena Rivière Feder
Ena has been living nomadically for the past two and a half years, living in the process of un-learning, while searching to create space for the new to be.
Ena has lived and collaborated in different intentional communities, mainly in ‘Spain’ and ZEGG. Her training background lies in different formal and non-formal settings, including dramatic arts (circus, theatre & clown), dance (Afrocuban, modern, 5 Rhythms and Contact Improvisation), healing therapies (Shiatsu, Gestalt), group processes (group facilitation, Non-Violent-Communication, Active Listening, Process Work, Forum), natures rites (sweat lodge, vision quest, deep ecology), gender work and diverse yoga styles (Iyengar, Hatha y Ashtanga). She also has a BA qualification in Social Work and Anthropology.
In July 2017 she completed the Tantra Yoga Teacher Training in Durga’s Tigers School. This training helped her to consolidate her different passions and skills.
She shares Kaula Tantra Yoga in the training in Germany.
Joanna Heike Herrmann
Heike is tantra yoga teacher, pedagogue, dj and booker for psy trance events.
She graduated as a yoga teacher in Durga´s Tiger School in Ecuador with 500 hrs and YA and YAI certificate.
Since then she´s teaching yoga regularly and every day she can feel how Tantra Yoga changes her attitude towards life and its challenges. This is fascinating her so much, that it is one of her biggest wishes to share that experience with other people.
Heike shares Kaula Tantra Yoga and Meditation in the teacher training course in Germany.
In the last 20 years Maria has been primarily focusing on ways and approaches for inner growth and transformation as an individual and collective experience and expression for healing and deepening the quality of relationship to any living being.
Being part of a buddhist lay monastery for almost five years she received an intense training in mindfulness and conscious living.
Trainings and studies in music, transpersonal psychotherapy, Yoga and a life in community contributed to her path.
As a musician and Yoga teacher Maria loves to co-create spaces for soulful inhabiting of mind and body through an open beginner’s mind and unintentional exploration of our inner world. Being rooted in our own presence we have a base for any form of authentic contact and vital relationship.
MaRIA shares Kaula Tantra Yoga and Meditation in the teacher training course in Greece.