Martina's yoga classes have the air of feminine, dance energy and she teaches with her whole heart. She is a certified Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga teacher (YT-500) and has taught for over 6 years.

In 2008 she completed GaiaYoga teacher training with Marco Bianco and Sandra D. Bianco. Since then she has deepened the practice in Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga with David Swenson, Paul Dallaghan, Neil Barker, Mark & Joanne Darby, Govinda Kai, Katiza Satya, Lea Lončar; completed progressive vinyasa intensive with Javier Castro, explored the practice of Iyengar Yoga with Kate Foley and acro yoga with Adam Rinder.
Ashtanga and Vinyasa classes
An excellent way to start your day. Vinyasa means linking breath and movement where breath and deep stretching asanas are linked together creating the dance sequence of postures. Surrendering to 'ocean sound breath' or Ujjayi we simply go with the flow in a fun and easy way :)
It is a cardiovascular exercise as well as meditation in motion. The breath leads the way to lightness in postures and flowing through positions creates awareness and concentration.
Yoga brings harmony into our lives. There are different yoga styles, but they all have the same goal: physical, mental and spiritual health.
By doing yoga asanas or postures we increase the strength and flexibility of our bodies, strengthen our joints, increase circulation, improve the digestive system, cardiovascular and nervous system and the centre of gravity. Besides, regular yoga practice increases energy and vitality and boosts our immune system. Yoga asanas and pranayama remove toxins from our body more effectively than any other physical activity.
NAMASTE (I bow to you)

"Yoga practices help us develop awareness and detachment. When we can begin to watch our personality's fearful reactions to situations, we can develop compassion for our own lack of courage. Through compassion we realize there's nothing to lose. There's nothing to grasp, nothing to get -- we are everything. Flexibility of mind as well as body allows for adaptability and ease of being in an ever-changing world."
(unknown author)