OUR TEACHERS

LULA ALMOG

Lula is an Ashtanga and Iyengar inspired teacher. Her classes focus on the meditation within the practice, breath, and correct alignment/technique. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAAYAN SHENHAR

Maayan is an Ashtanga Vinyasa, Yin and Rocket  inspired teacher. Her Vinyasa classes offer practitioners the opportunity to try challenging asanas with humor and playfulness, as well as explore yogic philosophy in a simple and practical manner.  

 

Maayan has been practicing Ashtanga since the age of 17, and has studied with Dharma Mittra, Caroline Clebb, and David Swenson. Her approach to yoga is inspired by a Philosophy Degree. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elisa Levi

Elisa is originally from Italy and made Aliah in January 2019. She owns a PhD in Chinese Studies and was a Professor of Chinese Philology at the university in Italy.

Elisa is a Yoga teacher and I AM (Integrative Amrit Method) Yoga Nidra Facilitator. 

Elisa’s mission is to share her practice of Yoga Nidra, a deep guided meditation, essential for balancing the body-mind, and reconnecting to our true Self by finding stillness. Mindful and “heartful” practices are the gateway to inner and outer peace. She wants practitioners to tune in to their bodies’ inner wisdom, to feel lighter and happier, to experience the magic in life. Awareness is the key to individual and collective evolution.

When she does not play Yoga, Elisa dances Gaga or dives into the sea as a free diver, another way to meditate.

Shira Sendick

While searching for new ways to deepen myI work with my body, I have found yoga at the age of 18. I’ve started my journey practicing Bikram Yoga (hot yoga) and gradually became familiar with more wonderful Yoga methods such as Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa, Ashtanga and Rocket Yoga, all of which I practice today.

The yoga practice enables me to breath deeper, to move gently around the world, to observe and to soak in with contentment and gratitude everything the world has to offer.

The practice has opened for me new channels of consciousness and attentiveness to the body. I learned, and am still learning, and I teach and practice, to listen to the body, to work with the things that are available to us, and to see reality as an opportunity at all times.

I did a 600 hours Hatha-Vinyasa teachers training with Esti Or-Yam, and a 50 hours Rocket Yoga TT with Leon London (certified to teach Rocket Inspired Vinyasa).

 

I am also a student at “The School Of Visual Theater” in Jerusalem. I explore regions of creation, observing the ability of things to arise from the inside or to be absorbed from the outside.

Shira teaches: Vinyasa Yoga and ‘Yoga Foundations’ at Sira.