We are a group of joyful, open hearted and energetic yoga teachers who decided to bring the experiences from their travels and times spent with world known yoga teachers back home.We hope to pass the feelings of balance and joy onto as many people as possible. And of course have a lot of fun doing it :) We offer private/group classes, workshops and retreats in Dubrovnik & area. All levels of practitioners are welcome. We offer classes in a variety of yoga styles as Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Hatha….
Rhubin pours her artistic energy onto the mat and into sequences that help her center and draw from an inner well of inspiration that lead to creations in the field of illustration, photography, fashion and other arts. In her classes she works towards achieving the same effect within the group, helping people tap into their creative powers.
Her path as a teacher started with a trip to India where she spent time deepening her asana, pranayama and meditation practice and studying yoga philosophy. She completed her 200 hr yoga teacher training at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram in 2010.
After a few years of teaching at a studio in Dubrovnik she encountered the Ashtanga Vinyasa System, and immediately felt an intense pull to the practice. It didn’t take long for her to pack up, fly to India and surrender herself to the guidance of Rolf and Marci Naujokat. In 2013 she completed the advanced teacher training at Kranti Yoga in Goa and is now a 500 RYT Yoga Alliance accredited teacher. She regularly continues to further her practice with KPJAYI authorized teachers Kirsten Berg and Mitchell Gold. Rhubin also completed a 40hour teacher training with David Swenson in 2016 and continues to further her knowledge by attending workshops with authorised teachers like David Robson.
Dalia is an open minded, warm hearted yogi who looks at the student and tailors the teaching to his possibilities and needs, finding ways to integrate yoga into their everyday life, and helping them keep the passion and joy of practice, appreciating whenever one finds the time and peace to spend on the mat.
Her own experience with having to adjust and modify her practice due to an arm injury from childhood, has led to applying the values of tolerance, acceptance and perseverance to her teachings.
She strongly believes that the obstacles one encounters in life and on the mat are true opportunities to learn and develop a deeper understanding of the worlds that lie within us. Dalia started her yoga path during her life in India, where she also completed her teacher trainings, the first in 2010 at the Shivananda Yoga Ashram in Kerala, and the Advanced Ashtanga Vinyasa training in Goa, 2013. She keeps furthering her experiences in classes and workshops in Asia and Europe with international teachers as Rolf and Marci Naojukat, Kirsten Berg and Mitchel Gold. In 2016 she completed a 40hour teacher training with David Swenson, and furthers her knowledge during workshops held by authorised teachers like David Robson.
Katarina is a bright and joyful teacher, who draws from her years long working experience as a social worker to create great group dynamics and a very supportive environment for her yoga student.
Her first encounter with yoga happened during her studies in Zagreb, while her more dedicated exploration of different yoga styles and a go to daily practice started forming about a decade ago.
Yoga helped her fight of constant doubt and the pressures that come with it, it allowed her to stand strong and act against the fears that were keeping her from making deep changes she felt were necessary for her to truly start opening up to life.
Katarina completed a Yoga for Kids TT under the guidance of Cayetane Rodenas, Yoga&Kids Director at Gaya Yoga Zagreb in 2016. She then completed her 200RIT education with the Om Yoga studio in Zagreb.
She is constantly working at finding new ways of spreading yoga amongst the groups withing the social care system to help them achieve a better quality of life.
Mirna actively practices yoga since 2006. Since then she attended different workshops with foreign teachers like Sean Corn, Peter Brajdić Mitidieri, Bruno Bartulich etc.
After graduating at the Faculty of Architecture, 2012 she completed the 200RYT teacher training at Divya Yoga school in Zagreb under the guidance of Petra Carmichael and Sandra Petra Pintaric. She started to work as a teacher at the same studio and completed the Art of Living course by Surdashan Krya-e that year.
Since then she continues attending workshops with Yiannis Andritsos, a Dharma yoga teacher and Dharma Mittras close disciple, while the workshop with Mark Kan, Dharma Mittras student and founder of Dharma Yoga in London, was the reason she decided to devote herself deeper to the practice of Dharma yoga.
In 2013 Mirna moves back to Dubrovnik where she continues teaching Dharma Yoga. In 2014 she hosted Mark Khan who held a Dharma Yoga Master Class in Dubrovnik and 2015 she furthers her education in New York on a E-500 RYT Dharma Mittra teacher training for-Dharma II and III level.
With a background in psychology Hanna works on establishing a peaceful body – mind communication with oneself during yoga practice based on values as self-acceptance, trust and thankfulness.The focus on personal development through yoga has actually rooted in her own struggle during a difficult time in life, when yoga helped her rediscover the perpetual lightness of being we all carry within. She teaches regular classes at the CITYOGA Darmstadt and PURE YOGA Darmstadt, where she combines ashtanga vinyasa yoga with mindfulness techniques and approaches to allow each individual harness the most out of the practice.
Hanna completed her 200 hr yoga teacher training at the Private Yoga Institute Frankfurt where she now regularly teaches. To broaden her growth she attends yoga workshops all over the world, Vipassana meditation courses and practices with teachers who have spent their lives learning at the source with Shri K. Patthabi Jois like Rolf & Marci Naujokat, Kirsten Berg & Mitchell Gold,Gibran Gonzales and Lucida Andrade. She also regularly spends time as an assistant teacher during classes and retreats lead by Rachel Grey in Europe and Bali.