Manuela made her first Yoga experiences in 2002 and was immediately inspired from the art of embodying consciousness and through the physical expression shaping the inner landscape.
She grew up in Zürich, where she finished her first Teacher Training in 2008. Ever since her relationship to Yoga deepened in all realms and became more holistic through several years of sincere practices of Asana, Pranayama, Vipassana/Metta Meditation, Mantra and Mauna (noble silence). She lived for a while in Asia and afterwards returned to India, Thailand and Myanmar every Winter for 3-4 months to take time for her own practice.
The studies in Ayurvedic Psychology bridged her background profession as a Psychiatric Nurse to the Eastern approach of how to find inner freedom.
As she continues to be fascinated by the life changing effect of open awareness, she started a 3-year training in Buddhist Psychotherapy in 2018.
For her Yoga with its various aspects, offers incredibly powerful instruments to create harmony between body, mind and soul, that’s why she keeps feeling inspired to share those tools with others.
Manuela teaches classes, Retreats and trainings in different places in Europe and Asia. The Southwest coast of France has become her new home, where she opened a small Retreat place together with friends.