Vincent is international yoga teacher and leads Teacher Trainings, Workshops and Immersions across Europe. He was born in France but has spent much of his adult life living in Germany. During this time he started practicing yoga and very soon discovered that his passion had grown so intense, he would trained as a fully Anusara inspired yoga teacher.
Having experience of other forms of Yoga practice, Vincent's choice to commit to Yoga practice comes from essential Elements
of alignment, body, structure, energy and meditation. Alongside the integral combination of methods, philosophy and anatomical
understanding provide the follower with a wholly fulfilled and rewarding practice. These elements of yoga accompany Vincent
throughout his daily life and anyone who has ever been to his classes will agree, his passion and enthusiasm to share what he
knows with his students is clearly evident.
He is a fully qualified Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500
Guest Teacher Tara Judelle
For over 26 years Tara has experimented with all forms of movement flow, from dance to Tai Chi, to movement improvisation and ultimately yoga. An English degree from Barnard College, post-graduate studies in theatre directing and a foray into film writing and directing brought her finally to the study of yoga and meditation. Certified in the Anusara method, Tara has taught yoga extensively, both nationally and internationally, for 11 years. She has been inspired by the Body Mind Centering works of Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and has studied and taught with Carlos Pomeda and Sally Kempton. For the last 3 years she has been a featured teacher as part of the yogaglo.com team, allowing the yoga conversation to stream around the globe.
Tara's classes focus on the discovery of embodied anatomy, bringing to the yogic tradition a scientific yet playful study of the movement vocabulary of the body and the ever-expanding perceptual awareness of the human mind. www.tarajudelle.com
Guest Teacher Carlos Pomeda
Originally from Madrid, Spain, Carlos has been steeped in all aspects of the yoga tradition during 36 years of practice and study. He spent 18 of those years as a monk of the Saraswati order, under the name Swami Gitananda, which included 9 years in India, at the Siddha Yoga ashram, studying and practicing under Swami Muktananda and Gurumayi Chidvilasananda
As a teacher, Carlos is renowned for the breadth of his knowledge and the clarity with which he conveys it. His great love of the Indian yoga traditions, his insight, his humor and his deep connection with his audiences give him the ability to transmit the deepest scriptural teachings in a way that is clear, meaningful and applicable. Studying with Carlos is an enjoyable and transformative experience. www.carlospomeda.com