As yoga practitioner, Thony Lu has completed some training when stayed in India for around 8 months, learnt, studied and practiced from 5 different Hatha and Ashtanga institutes. He is now still continue his study at KPJAYI to deepen his Ashtanga practice and want to share his yogic passion in teaching in Bali
Wayan Kartana has teaching yoga more than 10 years now. Find his peace in self since the first time he tried yoga. He is teaching vinyasa style and like to invite his students to feel how mind can be so calm when every movements harmonize with the breath
Novia started her yoga journey after attending a 5-day silence retreat in Devon, England. On top of the 50-hour yoga immersion course by Devdan Yoga she has completed, Novia has also been certified in a 200-hour yoga teacher training by Yoga Bliss Lembongan in Bali. Her main style of yoga is ashtanga. Ashtanga has helped her develop more inner strength than any other type of workout and made her believe that really nothing is impossible once we put our minds to it.
Nina who is originally from Surabaya started her yoga journey in 2011. Her passion for yoga brought her to take her first yoga teacher training course and become a teacher in 2015. Nina brings a casual atmosphere into her dynamic yet energetic class, she keeps the class comfortable yet relaxed while making sure the students get their energy flowing. She also emphasizes students to keep their freedom while being challenged in their practice, she loves to share and brings joy in her class because she believes that every struggle in the practice will reduce if it comes with a joyful surrounding. Nina’s attention to each and every student is unparalleled and a fresh of breath air to be around with her relaxing demeanor.
Ngurah is a humorous and laughing yoga teacher. His personality makes the class always fun and not boring. Even in his unique way of teaching, participants will not believe to themself that at the end they can make difficult poses that they never imagined would be able to do it before.
Lala was born and raised in Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia. However, it was in Bali where she was first drawn towards yoga. It started out of curiosity, but she ended up developing a strong passion for the practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga and have now been practicing yoga regularly for 3 years. She took a Hatha-Vinyasa 200 Hr RYT with the Peaceful Warriors in 2017 to pursue her passion and later added on with a prenatal & postnatal training. With the intention to share her passion, she started teaching dynamic Vinyasa sequences inspired by Ashtanga yoga, but with a slower pace. She also likes to combine slow Vinyasa flow with Yin/Restorative yoga for beginners. She recently moved back to Bali, where she now teaches private classes, as well at some studios in Canggu, Seminyak and Ubud.
Indra‘s attitude is simple; that to reach depth, one does not have to travel far. We already have all the solutions and improvements we seek, but we overlook them because we make ourselves believe that they have to be beyond our reach. Indra‘s Yoga poses do not challenge one’s limit – they invite one to explore one’s self. In his classes, you do less but get more results.
Ida is a gentle and motherly teacher. Her calm manner and face makes her class feel soothing and calmness though she teach Hatha yoga style.
Ady started his journey into yoga since 2008. He got blessed by many yogis around Bali, India, Americ and Japan. Afterward, he starts to share his practice to more people.