Michaela Sangl- director & yoga teacher

Michaela Sangl

director & yoga teacher

This is an image of yoga teacher Michaela Sangl doing dancer's pose in Paris.Michaela is the director of Yogi Kids. She facilitates Professional Development trainings, such as ‘Storybook Yoga’ for teachers and parents of ages 2-6years, leads fun Family Yoga and Kids Yoga sessions at festivals and events and presently teaches kids yoga in Devonport. In the last years, Michaela has shared yoga with children in Devonport, Ponsonby and Titirangi and taught in various schools and preschools around Auckland. She is a certified Rainbow Kids Yoga teacher, Samadhi Family Yoga instructor and a trained 95hr Children’s & Teens Yoga Teacher (US Yoga Alliance). Michaela has also studied with Auckland-based Centre for Contemporary Yoga Studies to complete a 200hr IYTT (Integrated Yoga Teacher Training) for adults and is certified in Partner and Community Yoga with RKY in Australia. Read more about Michaela in the Ponsonby News here.

Michaela has a background in dance, singing and acting and worked as a performer and recording artist in Berlin for many years. (Click here for articles) Prior to this, she gained a first-class honours degree in architecture, winning the NZ Institute of Architects Award and then a post-graduate DAAD scholarship to the HdK Fine Arts University in Berlin. Michaela is fluent in German and Italian.

Since returning to NZ and becoming a mum, Michaela’s passions have been practising lots of yoga, illustrating and writing children’s books – www.twinkle.co.nz – and creating and teaching imaginative yoga adventures for children and teachers.

Michaela is also the author/illustrator/director/narrator of a delightful interactive Storybook App “Princess No-I-Won’t” for iphone and ipad, available through iTunes worldwide. This story app has nothing to do with yoga directly … except perhaps that it deals with the discovery of the ego - ‘No! I won’t!’ - and shows how a stroppy princess learns that being open, friendly with good manners is a much better option!

This is an image of mother and child doing acroyoga flying pose on Waiheke Island.

Happy Flying, Waiheke Island

 

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adding yoga to an art installation in Paris - I am a moustauche

Artful Yoga in Paris