Laurence spent the last six years in India, immersing herself in the tradition that each of her masters embodies. Her practice is oriented towards a meditative devotional space, inner quest and the organic reorganization of the being and the body as a single entity. Laurence is a practitioner of yoga for over 20 years, trained in contempary dance, in classical indian dance Bharata Natyam and Odissi, and in South Indian martial art Kalaripayattu. She is certified in Hatha Vinyasa and Pralaya Yoga, Ayurvedic Massage and Abhyanga. (Please book appointments via the reception or email@example.com). In 2014 she was initiated in the Sri Vidya Tantra tradition within wich she currently researches and develops the performance of danced rituals.
Created by Robert Boustany, Pralaya yoga is characterized by a series of alignment techniques specifically designed to balance, protect and prolong the longevity of joints and muscle fibers by
identifying and developing the weakest muscles. The resulting alignment helps to prevent injuries, accelerates the healing process of existing imbalances, releases physical tension, and develops exceptional strength and flexibility.
Eva Priyanka Wegener
Born in Sri Lanka, raised in Germany, Eva studied political science, sociology, contemporary dance / performance art and yoga in both Europe and Asia.
Meditation and yoga became part of her life since her first journey to Sri Lanka and her first encounter with Meditation. About 15 years later she created Sri Yoga Shala, a holistic outdoor retreat space set in midst the Sri Lankan jungle, close to the shores of the Indian Ocean. Sri Yoga Shala is a space for yoga, arts and bodywork: a platform that aims to create spaciousness and spontaneous community.
Eva studied Hatha Vinyasa Yoga always paired with a philosophic approach derived from the tantras, with Henning Scheel, Andrej Lappa, Louisa Sear, Daniel Odier, with several teachers at the KYM (Krishnamarchaya Institute), Iyengar Yoga with senior teacher Nanda Kumar, Vedanta at the Swami Dayananda Ashram in Rishikesh, Ashtanga with Sachidananda in Mysore, with David Swenson (cert. Advanced Course), Ana Forrest (cert. Advanced course), Shiva Rea (Lunar Arts), Sianna Sherman, Sally Kempton, Clive Sheridan and others. Eva holds an E-RYT 500 / YA certificate.
The Om Space / Colombo
British Wheel of Yoga, UK Qualified, Registered Senior Yoga Teacher - Yoga Alliance UK and certified International AcroYoga teacher, Serena has been practicing yoga for 20 years and teaching for 13, both in the UK and Sri Lanka.
She founded The Om Space yoga studio in Colombo, teaches multiple classes a week, has written a weekly yoga column for the national press, runs a home and is the hands-on Mama of two.
Needless to say, Life is full and it is her yoga practice that keeps her centred.
Serena believes in the transformational power of yoga as a sustainable source of happiness, allowing us to tap into our unique energy.
Experience for yourself some the vitality that fuels Serena's life and enjoy the benefits of a healthier, happier lifestyle.
Kundalini Yoga / Gong Bath
Fiona discovered the transformational effect of Kundalini Yoga in South America, having left a stressful job as a lawyer in London. She has been teaching Kundalini Yoga for 16 years is presently a full time Kundalini yoga teacher & Professional Trainer in the Aquarian Academy where she runs Kundalini Yoga Teacher Trainings in Sri Lanka where she lives.
Fiona is a passionate and dedicated teacher whose classes are a safe space to explore your inward journey, to discover your unique potential. Her mission is to inspire you to be best and clearest You, you can be. Her background in the corporate world enables her to build a bridge of understanding between yogic technology and the real world.
She writes an inspirational blog with practical ways of bringing yogic lifestyle, philosophy and emotional intelligence into everyday living.
Ximena is a nomadic yogini who fell in love with India and a professional dancer, too. The search for a method of self-knowledge took her to the yoga practice about 15 years ago. Inspired by the freedom and creativity that dance provides, the healing power of somatic techniques and the wisdom of the ashtanga vinyasa method, she guides a strong and tender practice accessible to all.
Emeses practice stems from several lineages - hatha, ashtanga, iyengar, vinyasa and aerial-yoga. Over the last 15 years she developed a moving meditation which is designed to awaken the flow of energy.
Her discerning spirit (and many years of practice) allow her to be sensitive towards her students needs, help them connect to their inner guides and enjoy the practice from deep within.
Emese combines movement, dance, yoga, breath-work, meditation, symbolism, music and rituals.