SìYoga - what's that?
Breathe, move and enjoy...
Welcome, and thank you for visiting my website.
SìYoga is an Ashtanga Vinyasa teaching project that I initiated in March 2020, amidst the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic. In a time marked by physical distancing and the hustle of our fast-paced society, I believe it's crucial to focus on our bodies, delve into our inner selves, and reconnect with universal consciousness. In a world filled with injustices and conflicts, as society grapples with exhaustion and fear, and amid the ongoing reliance on non-renewable energy and weaponry rather than embracing a peaceful, sustainable global collaboration against climate change, yoga serves as a sanctuary—a means to unwind, relax, and feel better.
Embark on your journey with my online classes, streamed from wherever I am, or reach out for a private, in-person session to experience immediate benefits for your body and mind! My previous teaching locations include the picturesque fields of Tuscany, my parents' living room in Italy, the serene beaches of Corsica, the majestic French Alps, various parks in Berlin, the Sinnlicht yoga studio in Berlin, my living room in Berlin, the sun-kissed beaches of Fuerteventura, the rooftops and beaches of Tenerife, the enchanting gardens of Lisbon, a terrace in Algarve, a terrace in Malta, and a co-working space in Madeira. Stay tuned for new spaces around the world!
Yoga is union. Yoga is love. Yoga is for everybody!
How I became a yoga teacher...
My name is Silvia; I was born and raised in Italy. I relocated to Berlin during my business studies and have called this vibrant city home since 2009, although I currently embrace a digital nomad lifestyle.
After 9 years of practicing yoga, I decided to turn my passion into a career. In September 2019, I left my office job at a high-tech company, packed a backpack on my shoulders, and set off with my ex-boyfriend by my side. My journey began in India, where I attended the 200-hour Ashtanga Yoga Teaching Training in Mysore. Following the training program, I spent an additional 5 months in South East Asia, indulging in my other great passion: traveling. Throughout that time, I continued my yoga practice wherever I went, rolling out my mat on Nepalese hills, on the rooftops of Indian and Burmese hostels, or on the white beaches of the Philippines, Indonesia, and Cambodia. Yoga gave me a sense of freedom and facilitated connections with other open-minded individuals during this transformative period of my life.
This experience turned yoga into a life-changing gift for me, one that I am grateful to share and teach with passion and commitment every day.
“May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”