200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
at Original Feelings

We are so excited to announce our second 200h Teacher Training at Original Feelings with Brooklyn, Mascha and Leanne.


1 week intensive:
14.07. - 21.07.2024

3 long weekends:
01.08. - 04.08.2024
22.08. - 25.08.2024
12.09. - 15.09.2024  

everyday from
08:00 - 18:00

early bird (valid till 01.01.2024)

regular price

We are so excited to announce our second 200h teacher Training at Original Feelings with Brooklyn, Mascha and Leanne.

The training is scheduled for summer 2024 and will take place in our studio in Berlin. We start off with an eight-day intensive in July, followed by three long weekend modules in August and September.. 

Our leading team includes Brooklyn, Mascha and Leanne, with over 30 years teaching experience combined. The 200-hour curriculum covers more than yoga theory - we hone on what you need to start your journey as a yoga teacher.

It’s a chance to deepen your practice, broaden your understanding of yoga, and a beautiful journey inward to give shape to how yoga can become a catalyst for change, growth, and something that you can share with others.

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

Inspiring guest teachers will share their knowledge in this next teacher training, including our beloved teacher Toni, who will offer a Katonah Yoga Module, exploring your body as a house. Prianca will come to us all the way from India, to share her rich knowledge and understanding of anatomy. 

Becoming a yoga teacher is a unique process for each individual. We believe in helping each student to find a style and practice that feels right, and our hearts are open to facilitate this process for each individual, and for the beautiful community that we’ll form.We can’t wait to gather a new sangha of students and teachers, and build friendships that last a lifetime.
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. 


Full Practice: Asana, Pranayama, Meditation

10:00 - 11:00

11:00 - 13:00
Teaching Skills - Sequencing, Assists, Anatomy, History, Philosophy, Asana Lab

13:00 - 14:00

14:00 - 18:00
Teaching Skills - Sequencing, Assists, Anatomy, History, Philosophy, Asana Lab

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.  

Leanne has been teaching yoga for over 20 years in Sydney, New York and Berlin. She mentors teachers all over the world, guiding them through the inner work and to a place of trust and confidence.Leanne is Yoga Alliance ERYT500 and  CEAS certified.


I am a Katonah Yoga teacher based in berlin. I did my first teacher training in 2018 with Anton Brandt and the Sacred Fig in Bali.
That's where i was introduced to the katonah Yoga material for the first time. after graduating from training, i immediately started my certification process to become a Katonah Yoga teacher.

I studied with Dages Juvelier keates, Abbie Galvin, Alex Sharry and Nevine Michaan.

I’ll be forever grateful to be able learn from such powerful and inspiring humans and amazed by the potency of this material.

For me, Yoga is about combining the trinity of mind body and breath in order to stay present.a thing my teacher likes to say that really stuck with me was: „you’re not just a mind in the office and a body on the mat, you’re always everything.“ this is why in katonah Yoga we‘re working with psychology through physiology by virtue of imagination and metaphor. one of the biggest metaphors is the body as a house.
It’s not a temple, it’s a house. and the goal of the practice becomes to make it your home, cleaning up every room and making it a place you enjoy being in.