200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training with Brooklyn, Mascha and Simon + Special Guests
*Certified by Yoga Alliance

"Your entire life is a form of self-expression. You exist as a creative being in a creative universe. A singular work of art."  —Rick Reuben

Join us for the 1st Original Feelings 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training! It will be a soulful journey into the incredible transformational power of Yoga.

Join Brooklyn, Mascha, Simon as they share their love and personal connection to Yoga and the Art of Teaching.

Discover Yoga as a tool to create change in your life and the lives of others.

We will delve deeply into the traditional roots, asana, pranayama, meditation, philosophy, anatomy and restorative yoga.. while embracing and exploring modern yoga innovations and innovators. Brooklyn, Mascha and Simon will teach all the juicy, useful and profound elements of their dream 200 Hour Teacher Training.

We feel that becoming a Yoga teacher is a unique process for each individual. We believe in helping each student teacher find the blend of styles and practice that is right for them.. we open our minds and hearts to allow this to happen.

You may simply want to deepen your personal practice or teach Yoga for the rest of your life. Your background, reasons for practicing and the special way you view the world will form your unique style of Yoga. The Original Feelings 200 Hour Teacher Training is a collaborative process of co-creating an experience to help you honor your intentions, express your creativity and live your passion for the practice of Yoga

Be an Original. Awaken the Inner Artist, Teacher and Impassioned Being.

This Teacher Training Course will cover:

- Progressive, Dynamic, Healing and Restorative Asana Practice
- Understanding Physical and Energetic Alignment
- Creating a Class with Principles of Classical Sequencing + Modern Vinyasa Creative Sequencing
- The Art of Assisting with your hands and verbally Articulate, Intelligent Cueing
- Practice and Teach Meditation and Pranayama
- Introduction to Physical, Fascial and Energetic Anatomy
- Yoga Tradition, History, and PhilosophyIntroduction to Yoga Therapy
- Zen Thai Shiatsu + Thai Massage
- Develop your Somatic Intelligence
- In Depth Printed Manual on Teaching Techniques and Asana Practice
- Deepen your Personal Practice and learn how to Teach Yoga

1 week intensive
16.7.2023 - 23.07.2023

3 long weekends
10.8. - 13.08.2023

TIMES: 09:30 - 18:00

Early Bird: 3.000,00€ (ends 15th of March)
Regular Price: 3.350,00€


Full Practice: Asana, Pranayama, Meditation


Teaching Skills - Sequencing, Assists, Anatomy, History, Philosophy, Asana Lab

Snack/Tea Break

Lunar Practice, Zenthai Shiatsu, Pranayama, Meditation
Our Guides:

I found Yoga as a place where movement wasn’t about how fast or strong you could be but rather the exploration and connection of self/Self. The winds eventually led me to Creature Yoga in the Bundjalung Country (Byron Bay, Australia), where I would do the majority of my training and teaching.          

My incredible teachers and mentors are Bess Presscott, Tahl Rinsky, Rose Baudine, Gwyn Williams, Brooke Elliston, and Almuth Krammer.

But it is the story of my ancestors, the sun, the stars, soils and salt waters of the south pacific that stain my skin and run through my veins. Modalities of movement, touch, deep listening and healing have been silently gifted to me and my people for generations. My work, my offerings started as a way to connect to them, my tupuna (ancestors) & my Wairua (spirit).

I was introduced to Yoga through surfing, my other big passion, in my late teens. With a background in swimming and triathlon, the Yoga asana practice was far from my usual movement patterns and challenging for me in many ways. But something about it captured me from the very beginning and over time Yoga started to influence all aspects of my life. I practice and teach both Vinyasa and Ashtanga Yoga. I love the creativity and intuitiveness of Vinyasa Yoga and the clarity and discipline of Ashtanga Yoga and am grateful to be able to share my passion for both with my students.

I completed my first Teacher Training in 2016 with Yoga Works in California where I’ve learnt their signature style of alignment based Vinyasa Yoga. I then moved to Berlin where I started practicing Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga with my teacher Susen Pijur, before starting to teach in 2019. Since 2021 I have been practicing Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga which has further deepened my practice and understanding of Ashtanga Yoga. In 2022 I started my advanced Teacher Training with Simon Park. Simon’s ability to read the body is truly impressive and his therapeutic approach to the practice opened new horizons for me in my teaching as well as my practice.

I am very grateful for the opportunity to share my love for Yoga and thank all my teachers for their guidance and support.  

I began my Yoga journey in 1995 with Shiva Rea in the World Arts and Cultures Department at UCLA. Soon thereafter, I became immersed in the great atmosphere of the original YogaWorks studios in Santa Monica where I completed his first teacher training with Maty Ezraty in 1998. Immersive studies with master teachers Joan White, Dharma Mittra, and Richard Freeman have been life-changing. I have traveled extensively worldwide to share my passion for Yoga in teacher trainings, workshops and retreats. I encourage fluidity, intuitiveness, and finding freedom through self expression. The influence of my yoga teachers and the artists I love, create an alchemy in the style I call Liquid Flow Yoga. Shiva once called me “The Flying Nomad",  because I truly believe the Earth is my home.