Malin is a passionate and knowledgeable yoga teacher who leads you through empowering sessions enriched with the philosophy of yoga and her incredible knowledge of human anatomy. She has a way of teaching and empowering you to work with your own unique body that is like no other I have ever experienced. She has changed the way I will practise yoga forever. Thank you Malin for such a special week.
Hannah Bearcroft - May 19
Thank you for stopping by my web page.
I wanted to take a moment to share my yoga journey with you. I first discovered yoga in 2013 to help the recovery after a back injury. What was meant only as a practice to heal from this injury soon became a dedicated practice of healing and growth. Within 8 months I had resigned from my job and signed up for my first 200 hour teacher training with The Yoga People. Yoga had brought me to the point where I realised that how I was spending my life didn't make me happy. My first 200 hour TTC, Ashtanga Vinyasa and Yin Yoga in 2015, was soon followed by a 200 hour Power Vinyasa teacher training at The House of Yoga in London and the The Yoga People's 300 Hour Advanced TTC: Rocket, Yin, Meditation, Tripsichore and Yogic Arts which I completed in 2016. I am also a certified facilitator for the organisation Eat Breathe Thrive, a charity with the focus on helping people with a negative relationship to their body, something that I am from my own experience very passionate about.
To further my own discovery and growth, I have since my first training been assisting The Yoge People in several trainings around the world and deepened my own meditation practice through Vipassana. My curiosity on what is possible to discover about yourself, together with the ancient and modern teachings of yoga has brought me in to the field of Transpersonal Coaching Psychology. A style of coaching that reaches beyond our person and allows us to discover that we are so much more than we think we are.
I like to incorporates both the powerful physical practice of yoga and the meditative restorative practice of yin yoga and meditation into my teachings and I am truly grateful that I get to share my passion for yoga and its benefits with people every day. My personal practice brings me physical, mental and emotional strength and my aim as a teacher is to empower my students to empower themselves, to teach to the individual rather than to an asana. Instead of thinking "How can I force my body into this pose" my wish is to teach to the individual experience of "How can this person's body express this pose right now?" Anyone can work on a pose as long as it is modified and broken down to suit their body.