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LULU

"A place to escape the everyday life and to simply be. A place to un-learn certain things and re-learn what is important in life, compassion, kindness, acceptance, change, stillness and self-love. Using our strength in movement and breath as an aid to remind ourselves of these things through every inch of the body. It’s a happy place."
TONI

"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."
FREDDI

"Yoga teaches me acceptance. I find freedom, ease and lightness in my practice and love to share this with others."
BROOKLYN

"Journey back to the inner temple as one of my teachers says - when we start to move away from the obsession of the outermost layer of ‘ourselves’ and return in."
STEPH

"Yoga is the practice of connecting - with our bodies, our feelings, our inner selves. It helps us find joy in everyday moments - moving freely, breathing together, exploring with curiosity! I can’t wait to practice with you."
MASCHA

"To me yoga is a practice of kindness - towards myself and others. It is a way to direct my attention inward, to be present and to transform my perception which ultimately influences every part of my life."
KATE

"To me yoga is a break from the over thinking mind. During the practice we bring in so many elements which deliver us into a greater state of presence - the breath, movement, listening to our inner voice - all elements of who we truly are, but which we unfortunately treat as separate most of the time. However, yoga has the ability to unify all these parts of us, and thus making us so intently aware and present, that if only just for the duration of the practice, all the other thoughts and stresses can fade away."
Leanne

"The role of yoga has changed throughout my life, with a common underlying thread - its capacity to heal. In the beginning this healing was mostly on a physical level, and gradually, it morphed into healing on a deeper level, teaching me how to listen and soften.I think that’s why I still love teaching so much, because of the potential the practice holds.It can bring us structure and discipline, but should also give us the space to get on the mat and hold ourselves with kindness."
MICHAL

"To practise yoga is like learning how to ride the bycicle of life to me - enabling you to connect with your true nature (love), getting to know yourself on different levels (body, mind & spirit), trusting yourself to ride an authentic path lead by your inner compass (intuition), towards your soul's purpose (meaning in life)."
MICHAL

"To practise yoga is like learning how to ride the bycicle of life to me - enabling you to connect with your true nature (love), getting to know yourself on different levels (body, mind & spirit), trusting yourself to ride an authentic path lead by your inner compass (intuition), towards your soul's purpose (meaning in life)."
MICHAL

"To practise yoga is like learning how to ride the bycicle of life to me - enabling you to connect with your true nature (love), getting to know yourself on different levels (body, mind & spirit), trusting yourself to ride an authentic path lead by your inner compass (intuition), towards your soul's purpose (meaning in life)."
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