Yoga Instructors

Gera Fokkens

For me yoga is a philosophy of life. I can’t imagine life without yoga. It makes me happy to see what yoga can do for people. To me it is important that people are friendly, both to themselves and to others. This is also reflected during the sessions. By participating with attention and gentleness, one learns to be more tolerant: towards oneself as well as towards the people around. This makes life and the world a more beautiful place.

Tamara van Well

Yoga teaches me to embrace all the experiences in life just as they are. As one of my teachers mentioned: the wealth in life lies in how you have allowed its experiences to enrich you. Yoga brings me back to being and it keeps me centered. It’s a way of life, to live life with an open kind heart. My intention is to share experiences in yoga that have touched my heart. To connect with all other beautiful souls out there who want to experience life to the fullest, walk together in an amazing journey to be more present, loving, kind and share their light with the world

Marja Bazuin

When I started with yoga, I fell in love. For me yoga is all about connecting body, mind, soul and spirit. It’s a beautiful journey within. A journey to discover who you really are and why you are here. To listen, to feel, to connect. It’s an experience. I am here to guide you and help you find the beauty within yourself, so you can shine your light and spread your love. Let’s go on a journey together.

Riki Smits

Yoga became a very important part in my hectic life, back then working in the corporate world. As it was a physical and mental practice for me. Since 2014 my life has turned upside down, I learned and noticed how important it is to take good care of my body in daily life. Yoga is enormously supportive in this and now it has become much more of a lifestyle than just the physical postures in a yoga class. I like to combine and make intuitive use of these styles depending on the group, setting and time. In my yoga classes I like to take you on a journey in your body, with attention – to (re) connect and listen what your body has to tell you. To take better care of yourself.