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'We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are'

About Me

Hey I'm Simla 👋🏻 

Since my childhood I was very active in Sports I played many team sports like  basketball, volleyball and handball. Currently I play beach volleyball a few times a week. The experience of being a team and supporting each other in the court comes with great lessons which can be applied in life as well.  


Another passion of mine since childhood is traveling. I was born in Germany  and grew up in Turkey. So I was from early years already traveling between both countries and noticing the similarities and differences of both cultures. I was thinking 'when those two culture gave me so much to explore imagine how the whole world would be ...' It pushed me to live in many different countries , learn different cultures, and just explore the World . 🌍


Later on, my way crossed with Yoga when I was 19 and had back pain. I started practicing it to 'stretch' my body , soon I got to see more benefits then just the pain release . It moved also my thoughts , it shifted my emotions and made me set an anchor in myself . 


I have been practicing yoga for more than 10 years now , I deepened my knowledge with different trainings since 2015 (vinyasa , yin , Navakarana, meditation, Ayurveda)  and  put it in teaching since 2018. 


Currently I'm living and teaching in the sunny Valencia.☀️


I put all my learnings and passion into my classes, workshops and retreats.  

I think ;

Regular classes are very important especially when you are a beginner but also for advanced students. It where you and your teacher meet regularly, create a relationship and cultivate your practice.

Workshops are important if you want the deepen your practice and have a short but intense experience.

and Retreats give us the perfect moment to reconnect to ourselves, practicing yoga , eating healthy food, meeting new people and sharing good moments. 


See you on the Mat very soon! 

“We are not going in circles, we are going upwards. The path is a spiral; we have already climbed many steps.”

Hermann Hesse

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