What is our motivation?
We want to support women in particular on their way through life, in all phases, so that with the help of the ancient knowledge of yoga, their children can have a good start in life.
Why? For the simple reason that:
1. "Children determine the future of our planet(!)" and 2."when women are centered and act from their inner strength, ie they are doing well, then everyone else is taken care of!" (-;
A baby and child-friendly (bond-oriented, mindful and relaxed) approach is very important to us. We therefore offer courses on various topics related to pregnancy and the time afterwards.
In addition, we lovingly look after your little ones while you can recharge your batteries in peace and enjoy "mamma time" so that you can start your everyday life strengthened, satisfied and happy again. (Child care during yoga classes on request)
Day care for children from the age of two to the end of kindergarten begins in August each Year.
All other yoga friends are of course just as welcome here!!!
Who are we?
Esrah Katharina Schneider (midwife)
My name is Esrah Schneider, I am 31 years old and have an 8 year old son.
Inspired by the wonderful midwifery care I received during my own pregnancy,
I started training as a midwife myself in 2014.
I have been passionate about working as a midwife since 2017. Partly employed at the Kassel Clinic and partly freelance in prenatal care and postpartum care and in an advisory capacity from the desire to have children to the child's first birthday.
I look forward to getting to know you.
Sathi Lilith Randhawa-Klecha (Yoga Teacher & Dancer)
born 1985 in Berlin, Germany
learned children's dance and Indian dance at the age of 5 (German-Indian Dance School Nataraj, Berlin)
At the age of 10, she took lessons in the Kathak dance style with the world-renowned Durga Arya-Krüger and at the age of 14 with Ioanna Srinivasan at the Academy of Kathak Dance, Berlin
Graduated from the Rudolf Steiner School in Berlin in 2005
2006 Study of Ayurveda in Kerala, South India & Yoga classes with 'Senior' Iyengar Yoga teacher Lisa Jaya Waters/Lisa Ferraro (world record holder for the longest asana)
2009 Yoga Instructor Certificate from Yoga University sVyasa Bangalore, South India
Mother of 3 children (2010, 2014, 2017)
2018-2020 Advanced training courses for Birthlight® Toddler Yoga & Baby Yoga
2020-2021 Certified as a Childrens Daycare Person
since 2018 head of the yoga school Matriyog in Staufenberg
Tatiana Angelina Thöne (occupational and relaxation therapist)
I was born in Kassel in 1989 and grew up in the beautiful Niestetal.
Since 2018 I have been living with my dog at the edge of the forest in Staufenberg and enjoy long walks in nature.
Very early in my life, I had a great interest in all topics related to health and the human body. It quickly became clear to me that my vocation would be in the healthcare sector.
I decided to become an occupational therapist because I was impressed by the diverse, holistic and creative way of working.
I completed my three-year apprenticeship in Kassel and finished it in 2017 with the state examination.
Following the training as an occupational therapist, I did a 9-month part-time training as a relaxation therapist at the Paracelsus School in Kassel, with a focus on progressive muscle relaxation and autogenic training.
I look forward to further exciting training courses,
to be always up to date for your health.
Lecturer: Jyotika Dayal Paust (dancer & classical Indian singing teacher)
born 1967 in Varanasi, India
“Post Diploma in Hindustani Classical Vocal Music” from Shri Ram Bharatiya Kala Kendra University, New Delhi.
"Post Diploma in Kathak Dance" by Kathak Kendra, New Delhi.
since 1998 she has been a member of the MUSIC ENSEMBLE OF BENARES and travels the world with her concerts and dance performances.
From 2010-2016 she taught classical singing at the Shri Ram Bharatiya Kala Kendra University in New Delhi
2019 Yoga Teacher Certificate (Transformational Yoga®) in Auroville, India
Lecturer: Gaby Mardshana Oeftering (further training / belly dance teacher)
After 25 years of research, she is THE expert for oriental dance in relation to pregnancy, postnatal recovery and the pelvic floor.
She is the producer of the DVD "Belly Dance and Pregnancy", author of the book "The Inner Power of Women - Pelvic Floor and Belly Dance" and author of numerous specialist articles on her topics. The magazine “Eltern”, Arte and
SWR1 reported. In May 2018 she received the Halima Award at the TOTAL ORIENTAL dance festival in Fürth "for her pioneering work in raising public awareness of the medical aspects of "belly dance".