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Hey There

My name is Eniko, the resident yoga teacher here. This website was created for you to get acquainted with me and my yoga practice and to find information about the classes I offer. On the other hand, I hope to share my studentship here too - after all, we are all just dedicated students of yoga, nothing more, nothing less.

Regarding myself, I am a RYT 500 qualified yoga teacher. I got my 200h qualifications at Green Yoga International in Mallorca and my 300h advanced qualifications at Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School in India.

Before becoming a yoga teacher I wore many different hats. After making the choice to back out of a future in academia (for now), I ended up in a corporate job as a corporation tax accountant. Disillusioned by corporate life, I made the decision to take the leap and forge a life out of something I love, and so life has been like this since.


I teach vinyasa flow yoga primarily on a weekly basis.  I also teach yin yoga, yoga nidra and sound healing, as well as monthly special events. 

I like to have fun with my classes and follow on weekly themes to help us connect to ourselves beyond the physical. Yoga is a wonderful tool that has the capability to change our lives forever without us even realising it - it slowly sneaks in, and when we take a moment to contemplate it just blows our minds how much we did not know about our body, mind, our Self. But don't believe a word I say, just come, try and see for yourself!

All About Me

My 'sankalpa'
As a student and teacher of yoga

Sankalpa is a Sanskrit term that is most commonly translated as 'your most heartfelt desire'. It prompts us to ask ourselves: What do we really desire from our practice? What I desire most is freedom. Freedom from the sufferings of the mind, freedom from the illusion that I am in any way not worthy, freedom from doubt and insecurity, freedom from thinking that I have to be a certain way. Freedom from ego placing importance on unimportant things. Freedom from the fear of not being loved. And that is what I desire for every single student to catch a glimpse of through their practice. With every theme, intention, and sequence, my heartfelt desire for both you and me is to find freedom. 

And with that in heart and mind, let's practice. I shall see you on the mat.


(Namaste = “The Divine in me honours the Divine in you.”)

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