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The evolution of selfcare and respect to history & future.

Yoga – ever in constant flow and movement. A practice that has always been there and never stood still. Its evolution can be traced back millennia. 

Sri Tirumalai Srinivasa Tatacharya
First teacher of the Veda and Father of …

Tirumalai Krishnamacharya
An Indian Yoga teacher and Ayurvedic healer, considered the father of modern Yoga. As the most influential teacher of the 20th century, he revived the ancient Hatha Yoga and became known for the dynamic evolution of classic Yoga techniques.

Sri K. Pattabhi Jois
Studied Yoga under his guru Sri Krishnamacharya and developed Ashtanga Yoga, one of the recognised dynamic flow Yoga styles.

Ashtanga Yoga
The ground for the gurus and founders of the Jivamukti Yoga method. Sharon Gannon and David Life. They created Jivamukti Yoga in 1984 in New York. They have illuminated the deeper, esoteric truths of Yoga, linked them to present-day culture and lifestyle, and started to play modern music to ancient Yoga.

Steph Jaksch
With Electric Yoga, Steph takes the next step in the evolution of her practice. By combining her two passions, Yoga and electronic music, she transfers the energy of clubs into her classes. Electric Yoga is a symbiosis of modern beats, functional training and the traditional ever-lasting magic of Hatha Yoga. A unique combination that excites beginners and loyal BEYs alike.

Steph’s clientele reaches from managers, professional athletes, actors, directors, screenwriters, to music producers, singers and DJs. The latter where also the ones that offered to create the first mixes for her classes. The idea of Berlin Electric Yoga was born.