La Source Teachers
Practicing yoga since 1967 and teaching since 1984, Denise has experienced the feeling of easiness, lightness, joy and health in life and wishes to impart this wonderful experience to all her students in the varied styles of yoga that she teaches - Ashtanga, Sivananda, Pregnancy and Hormone yoga.
Fredric has been teaching yoga for 23 years and has been co-founder of Centre de Yoga - La Source since 1995. He started yoga in 1987, took the Sivananda teachers training in 1990 then taught at the Los Angeles Sivananda center for several years. Due to his own back injuries before yoga, he developed a sequence of yoga variations that form the cornerstone of his popular yoga for the back program.
Receiving her yoga teaching certification in 2002 and meditation teaching certification in 2005, Claudia would like to help her students develop a proper sense of their physical body in order for them to access the more subtle inner self. This would enable a greater possibility for spiritual awakening to take place.
Marta's experience with yoga started in Warsaw, Poland in 2003 with Iyengar Yoga and continued with Ashtanga yoga in Luxembourg with Peter Taylor and Denise Pesch. She became a certified yoga teacher to further share her passion for yoga.
Jennifer started Sivananda Yoga in 2007. In 2009, she became certified as a Yoga teacher at the Yoga Vidya Ashram in Bad Meinberg, Germany. She first taught yoga in Berlin. She likes to create an atmosphere of confidence and concentration during class so students can experience deep relaxation, find joy, inner stillness and develop strength and flexibility.
Nadine is a certified Sivananda Yoga teacher. She achieved her diploma in April 2012 at the Sivananda Ashram at Neyyar Dam in Kerala, South India. Simultaneous she follows a four years training with the “Berufsverband der Yogalehrenden in Deutschland e.V. (BDY)” in Germany.
Desiring to participate in the transmission and the preservation of the yogic culture, Andre dedicates himself to transmit authentic teachings combining ancestral knowledge with contemporary attitudes through courses, seminars, and trainings as well as accompanying groups to traditional India.
Matthew began Yoga as a teenager 25 years ago and has been learning about Asana, the body, meditation, self-development and spiritual practice ever since. He began Ashtanga Yoga in 1992 and has been teaching the traditional method since 1996. In recent years, he has also incorporated alternative sequences into his teaching as a support to the standard Ashtanga sequences. All students are encouraged to work to their own particular level and inclination so that the Ashtanga Yoga and Vinyasa Krama methods can support practitioners of any level. His workshops encompass a broadminded and holistic approach to keep working towards true connection and spirituality.
Joan is a distinguished YogaWorks Senior Teacher who weaves her personal yogic journey into popular teacher trainings, workshops and retreats around the world. Her teachings come from an organic, intuitive place as she draws upon the joyful study of ayurveda (the science of life), chakras and meditation.
Kathy brings an informed, deep, long-time practice of 36 years to her Ashtanga teaching, supporting practitioners to strengthen their core/breath/alignment to correct and avoid injuries and move from the inside. Her style is practical and hands on. You will receive individual attention, adjustments, and insights to help you deepen your practice.
A true seeker, Daniel has dedicated his life to the practice and teaching of yoga with contagious enthusiasm. He met and lived with his guru in India at the age of 25 where he practiced intensely day and night all aspects of yoga - asana, pranayama, bandha, mudra, mantra, kriya, and meditation. His thirst for knowledge led him into deep study of yogic scriptures and philosophy. He returned to Sweden where he started a successful yoga center and now travels internationally to spread the teachings he has received.
Arnaud discovered Ashtanga yoga in Dharamsala, India and later returned to Mysore to study with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. In 2003, he founded the Arjuna Shala in Montpellier and leads courses in various cities in France and abroad (India, Peru, Greece, Czech Republic, etc.). In 2012, he created Ashtanga Sadhana teacher training school. His teaching approach combines bio-mechanics and the aspect of energy in an attempt to create unity of body, breath and consciousness.
Originally from France, Swami Atma directed the Chicago and Los Angeles branches of the Sivananda Yoga organisation and led Teachers' Training Courses in California, New York, Bahamas, Canada and India. In December 2000, he founded the Advaita Yoga Ashrama (AYA) and continues to teach internationally.