– Vinyasa –

A dynamic practice focused on moving the body along with the breath. The experience in this class is one of fluidity and motion. Poses are generally held for short periods of time and emphasis on the rhythm of the breath is encouraged with the purpose of aligning and focusing the mind. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included.


– Hatha –

A non-vinyasa based asana practice focused on connecting the body and mind with the purpose of increasing awareness and stability. Some pranayama, chanting and meditation may be included.


– Iyengar Yoga –

A class focused on the proper alignment of your body in the position. Using props such as blocks, straps or bolsters allow you to gain more stability and ease in particular posture. The props may be used to aid the understanding of postures and to allow students to perform the asanas safely.


– Yin –

A healing practice focused on realigning and stretching the connective tissues of the body. Students will experience long held deep stretches with the purpose of connecting with the rhythm of the breath and cultivating a meditative mind.



Adéla Porubská, Adél

"When I was living in Singapore I signed into a yoga studio. It was the place where I could be inspired by teachers from London, New York, Hong Kong, Sydney, Singapore and especially from THE Indian Rishikesh. Thanks to them I was in the studio every single day and it has taught me that yoga is also a great way how to start listening to your body, how to calm your breath and mind. And it had led me to successfuĺy finish my first Hatha & Vinasa Teacher Training and yoga has become a part of my everyday life."


Daniela Bacíková, BACI

My name is Baci and we will be seeing each other at YOGA & ESSENCE lessons. I have spent eight years playing basketball and it gave me the love for music, love for movement but also tight muscles. I know very well from my own experience, how hard the beginnings are, but it’s importnant to start, start with something that you will enjoy and feel fullfilled by. We will be a bit badass in the class, yet our health is still the priority, so not forcing ourselves because of our ego.


Lenka Grundmanová

I have a corporate job. I am not vegan. I am a meat/dairy eating, red wine drinking yogi who also loves fashion and extraordinary travels. I discovered yoga during a two-year stint in London and I fell in love with dynamic strength-based vinyasa, the community, challenging but satisfying asanas. I then began building up more consistent and focused practise taking advantage of all the great teachers the city had to offer. In early 2019, I completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training with the internationally renowned vinyasa teacher, Mathieu Boldron.


Jakub Bláha, Kuba

My yoga journey started in 2016, while having an internship in India, I met my teachers Neetu Singh and Manish Pole. Their approach hook me because it combines physical exercise (asanas), mudras, bandhas, pranayam and meditation designed to help the lifestyle of a modern men living in the 21st century - one who sits a lot, overuses technology, eats wrong and does not have enough movement. After that I returned to India many times to train and finished my teacher training in 2019. For me the teachings of yoga gave me the tools of self discovery, calmness and helped me to understand real life values. My lessons are either very dynamic with focus on flexibility or slower with focus on strenght, stability and concentration.

Elena Kormanovskaya, Elen

I discovered yoga 6 years ago when I was looking forward to restart my life and so, from that time yoga constantly discover myself. I strongly believe that our body is a key to our deeper nature and that's why I unconditionally serve the holistic approach on my classes.


Veronika Ševčíková, Verča

It is more than 15 years since I have first stepped in the London yoga studio and fell for the beauty of yoga. I was fascinated at the beginning by the outer beauty, flexibility and also equally by the health and strength of the human body that could be achieved by practising yoga. I mainly focus at Vinyasa yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Yoga for athletes that I teach at yoga studios and also right in the offices of big firms or individually in the comfort of one’s own home. Teaching yoga for surfers has become my favourite teaching activity, by the ocean or in the Prague yoga studio. Surfyoga is yoga for those who love the ocean, nature, surfing and travelling. It is for everybody that wants to improve their performance not only on the waves but also in their everyday life.


Piper Parker

Piper came to yoga from a background in theatre, music, and dance. Having spent her childhood in daily Vaganova Russian ballet class, she brings a strong sense of discipline, posture, and alignment to the practice of yoga. It's not often that one is given the opportunity to turn a passion into a livelihood, and she feels fortunate to have done that a few times in her life, one of them being this awesome journey with yoga. Piper has truly found her dharma in yoga, after leaving her ten year career as a Marketing Executive to teach and be of humble service as a teacher and educator in this mystical and magical lineage. She is dedicated to constant Svadhyaya, pledging to honor the traditions of a practice born from a culture far from her own. Her deepest passion is to proliferate yoga anywhere and everywhere, thereby making the world a better more sensitive and informed place especially here in Prague as an expat. She has successfully led two EN 200 hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Trainings in Prague so far, and will launch a third January 2024. Piper is honored to be a part of the mindful progression of Yoga Movement Andel.