Wir bitten Euch, für die Anmeldung der Lektionen jeweiligen Lehrer zu kontaktieren. Danke.

You need to sign up for group classes with the respective teachers.





MONDAY   08.00 - 09.00   CECILIA

MONDAY   20.00 - 21.30   CECILIA

TUESDAY   20.00 - 21.30   LAURINA

WEDNESDAY  08.15 -  09.30  CARLY 

THURSDAY  18.00 - 19.30 CECILIA

THURSDAY   20.00 - 21.30   CECILIA

starting Dec 1, 19.30  LAURINA 

FRIDAY   12.15 - 13.30   CARLY



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All newcomers welcome!




Hi - I'm Laurina. If I'm not on the yoga mat I'm journalist and founder of Project Peace. I love to be with people, sit by the lake of Zurich watching the shapes of water, dream about the next beautiful sunset on my surfboard, giggle with friends, cook plant based for my crowd, play the harmonium, make fun with my two wonderful little nieces.

A few years back in Berlin, I started my immersing journey into the wonderful teachings of the Jivamukti Yoga Method. Meanwhile, I have experienced great joy in sharing my knowledge of the method with others. I completed the 300 hours Jivamukti Teacher Training in February 2020 in India at the Ashram of Radhanath Swami (Govardhan Ecovillage). My classes combine Asana, Pranayama, Chanting, and Meditation. Alignment is important to me to create more awareness in the body - but so is having fun exploring our mindbody. Practitioners at all levels are welcome to join!

Besides Jivamukti Yoga, I also facilitate Trauma Informed Yoga Sessions in small groups or one-on-one as well as sound-baths to support our wellbeing and healing. Furthermore, I‘m currently learning the EMOHA-method: It’s an Emotional-Coaching-And-Healing-Work, based on the teachings of South-Pacific tribes such as the Maoris or Kahunas.




Growing up I have always been surrounded by spirituality in one shape or form, as my mother is a yoga teacher herself. My personal yoga journey however was greatly influenced by my four-year psychology degree, of which a large part of it focused on health psychology. Having finished my degree I became aware of what it means to take care of the mind, body and soul. This inspired me to start my 200hr Hatha Raja Teacher Training taught by Ambra Vallo in London. My practice is typically always paired with music and consists of pranayama, pratyahara, asanas and meditation. Great emphasis is put on building strength and relieving tension, aiming to bring the mind to stillness and creating a deeper sense of embodiment.

Along with being a teacher and an eternal student, I plan on continuously evolving my practice and further embarking on advanced teacher trainings.




From the early days of my practice, I could see that my yoga mat was a classroom where I could deepen my understanding of body, mind and spirit and then put it to use when I stepped off the mat and went out into the world.  Through my teaching I hope to guide students into an embodied and authentic life where balance and awareness reside. 

I teach classes that have a structure and rhythm that awakens and energizes the body, brings stillness and focus to the mind and reconnects us to our spirit.  

I´ve been a yoga practitioner for more than 10 years, learning and practicing yoga mostly by way of the Iyengar tradition. However, in the last few years I´ve  branched out and discovered different styles of yoga that complement that which I began with.  I´ve completed my 200 hour yoga certification and am currently enrolled in the 300 hour advanced teacher training at Air Yoga in Zürich.  I also have completed yoga training for kids and teens and trauma informed yoga for teens.  In addition, I´ve completed a certificate program in plant based nutrition and I´ve taken several courses in Ayurveda.  

“The Light that yoga sheds on Life is something special. 

It is transformative.  

It does not just change the way we see things; it transforms the person who sees”.   

Light on Life, B.K.S. Iyengar




Through yoga I learned that most of us live very much in our minds and feel little of our bodies. This was also the case for me, even though I did a lot of sports and I danced. When I intensified my yoga practice around 2016, I started to reconnect to my body and live a more mindful life. Being mindful means being aware of the moment, being aware of our surroundings, and appreciating the little things in everyday life. Asana, pranayama (breathwork) and meditation practice helps us to manifest this, day by day.

I completed my yoga teacher training with Olive Ssembuze at Yogalives in Zürich in 2022 (200 hours). My yoga practice is characterised by strong asanas while we connect with the breath and arrive fully in the present moment. The morning class will always include a meditation practice and some pranayama.