About Mari

Yoga can be more 
than just lying on the floor or praying or 
singing in a spiritual "other" world. 

Mari is a Yoga Alliance qualified yoga teacher, based in Berlin. 
Having danced ballett for over 17 years, Mari has always been into sports since she was little. 
But Yoga was not really her thing for a long time, then she got caught. 

Inspired and scared by the yoga hype in the western world, Mari asked herself what is behind it. 
The offer of classes and the variety of teachers is as diverse as the people and their motivations to attend a yoga class: strengthen the body, calming the mind, to do good for body and soul. 
But often the opposite is the outcome. 

So Mari was inspired to not just teach another yoga class, but to help her students to reach their goals. 
Dynamic exercises in flow that break the thinking in the box system and adapt to the practitioner. 
It goes hand in hand with a training of pranayama and meditation. 
And having fun. Fun brings you consistency, consistency brings you success.

By developing physical strength and a steady practice, 
yoga becomes a moving meditation to calm the body and mind.


Have fun with what you are doing 
and go your own way.

Mari started yoga because of the athletic aspect. But she found out that there is a deeper value of the yoga practice than just a strong, flexible body. The mind also gets stronger and flexible, calms down and reacts more balanced to stress, daily life and challenges.

Through a combination of a dynamic vinyasa flow, music, and mindful observation, you reconnect body and breathing and therefore body and mind. There is no kind of paradigma. For Mari, it is the combination of different yoga and sport styles, philosophy and the influences of our modern world that brings understanding and peace in our challenging daily (work) life. 

Mari truly believes that every person has to find and go its own way. 
She encourages the practitioners to be open for new experiences of body and mind. 
By expressing energy, you release tension and you calm the mind at the same time. 

Be open. 
Be questioning. Be critical. 
Don't close yourself, it may limit your potential.