Marta Capannoli teaches Hatha Yoga with elements of Anusara®️, after having completed her 200 hours of teacher training -Immersion and Teacher Training- in Milan under the guidance of Alessandra di Prampero, Andrea Boni and Piero Vivarelli from November 2014 to July 2016. She continues to study and deepen the various aspects of this discipline through workshops and seminars in Bologna, Milan and Rome. Her first introduction with Yoga was in 2009 at the cultural association Corte dei Miracoli, and since then she has attended with passion, constancy and pleasure the classes of Silvia Cavicchioli, a sensitive and intuitive teacher who immediately conveys to her the importance of physical practice, breathing techniques and meditation. Through dynamic sequences, she invites her students to take small dives inside themselves, keeping an open attitude to the infinite opportunities that Yoga can offer and to practice with confidence to rediscover in every position the balance between the stability of the movement and the softness of the body.
Founder and teacher Marieke Bergamotti began her yoga journey in Tuscany many years ago. She took her first yoga class in Buonconvento with her teacher Ester Lim in 2009. In 2011 it was also with her were she followed her first Astanga -Vinyasa teacher training program.
In 2018 she met Julia Monosova and it was her that inspired her with her yin yoga classes. In that same year, she found Anat Geiger and Marcel van de Vis Heil and decided then to follow there functional yin teacher training program. She discovered there that our bodies are fundamentally different and that in our practice we need to balance. They inspire her endlessly in her teachings and taught her about the functional approach to yoga. Marieke continues to study with Anat Geiger, Marcel van de Vis Heil and Paul, and Suzee Grilley.
‘’ We want to not only challenge ourselves but to also allow ourselves to be vulnerable. To be still, to observe, to be kind and nourishing. To grow I need to start from the base, practicing compassion for the self and exactly this I would love to share... all the rest then will follow’’...