We realize that many people show up to yoga looking to meet inspirational teachers that will “give them something” – we invite you to come and meet yourself deeply – meet your inner teacher – under the guidance of our loving and experienced team of yogis. This way you discover your inner guru and the source of all inspiration, love and peace.
Tamara Allers began her journey with yoga in 2007. Her practice took her to India where she completed her yoga teacher training at Ashiyana Yoga. From there she traveled India exploring Mysore and ashrams in the south of India, taking her practice deeper into her body, mind, soul, and life experience. Her body consciousness was further expanded on through her schooling in Holistic Nutrition in Canada and through intensive studies on medicinal herbs in Costa Rica. Tamara´s training is with Ashtanga Yoga, however her experience has broadened her teaching style to a much more fluid dynamic Vinyasa flow. Her classes are wonderfully challenging, energizing, and powerful.
Teela came to yoga seeking a stronger connection to her body, and her heart. She’d spent years in an academic/head-centered setting; yoga helped her remember how to hear the more subtle whisperings of her flesh and spirit. She has a background in psychology, crisis counseling, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Her classes incorporate healing aspects of each of these modalities. Through a blend of flow yoga and trauma-releasing techniques, her instruction aims to promote unification between heart, mind, and body, in an effort to feel whole, alive, and ultimately, free. In August, she received her 200 hr Yoga RYT.
Alex – Originally from Sweden and with 5 years of experience of yoga she takes you through a joyful yoga practice inspired by her background in dancing and travelling the world. She discovered yoga first time here at Casa del Sol in 2010 and 2013 she became a 200-RYT licenced yoga teacher. Right now she is working on her 500-RYT. Her practice is fluid, and she takes you through a journey, working with meditation, pranayama, asana and chanting to build you a broad yoga base to step off from. Her classes may be taught in English or Spanish depending on the students.
Michelle is a world wanderer using yoga to keep herself grounded and present. As a 200 hour RYT and epitome of the pitta dosha, she shares her transformational energy by guiding students through mindful vinyasa ebb and flow with bursts of fiery movements. Currently living and teaching on the coast of Ecuador much inspiration draws from her love of the ocean, sunshine, and of course Montanita surfing.