SìYoga - what's that?
Breathe, move and enjoy...
Hello everyone and thank you for visiting my website.
SìYoga is an Ashtanga Vinyasa teaching project that I started in March 2020 during the beginning of the Covid19 pandemic. Especially in that particular moment of physical distancing, and in general in our current fast-paced society, I believe it is important to work on your body, look deeper within yourself and reconnect with universal consciousness. While the world is full of injustices and wars, while society is exhausted and scared, while we continue to invest in non-renewable energy resources and weapons, instead of giving way to a peaceful policy of sustainable global collaboration against climate change, yoga offers us an escape, a way to unwind, relax and feel better.
Start now to attend my online classes streamed from wherever I am (previous locations: Tuscany fields, my parents' living room, Corsica beaches, French Alps, Berlin parks, Berliner yoga studio Sinnlicht - my living room in Berlin, Fuerteventura beaches, Tenerife rooftops, and Lisbon gardens) or contact me for a class in person and notice the immediate benefits for your body and mind. Yoga is union. Yoga is love. Yoga is for everybody!
How I became a yoga teacher...
My name is Silvia, I was born and grew up in Italy, moved to Berlin during my business studies and have been based in this vibrant city since 2009, although I currently live a digital nomad life.
After 9 years of yoga practice, I decided to take the step and turn my passion into a career. In September 2019 I quit my office job at a high tech company and took off with a backpack on my shoulders and my ex boyfriend on my side. I first travelled to India to attend the 200-hour Ashtanga Yoga Teaching Training in Mysore. Upon completion of the training program, I spent another 5 months in South East Asia, living out my other big passion: travelling. During that time, I continued to follow my yoga practice wherever I was, unrolling the yoga mat on Nepalese hills, on the rooftops of Indian and Burmese hostels, or on white beaches of the Philippines, Indonesia and Cambodia. Yoga made me feel free and helped me connect with other open-minded people during this special time of my life.
And that's how yoga became a life-changing gift to me, which I'm grateful to share and teach with passion and commitment day after 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.”