A close, caring and professional team · #TidoreTribe

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Liquid Flow Vinyasa. Yin. Nidra | CEO

Esther Fernandez

Passionate traveler and lover of sports and nature.
Graduated for the International Yoga Alliance in Hatha Anusara Yoga with Emily Kuser and in Vinyasa Yoga with Simon Park as well as in Yoga Nidra with Philippe Beer Gabel, I have had the opportunity to see, hear and feel with great masters all over the world.

My Yoga practices are based on the alignment of the body and the mind.

I refer to my style as a traditional Yoga adapted to the lifestyle here. I have been inspired by different parts of the world and that distinguishes my practice. I like helping people to disconnect the “automatic pilot” and to active the essence of my being to breathe, to connect with the surrounding area and to enjoy every feeling in every moment and LIVE!

I am very happy to give you the welcome in Tidore.

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Rocket Yoga · Ashtanga Vinyasa

David Cabezas Sánchez

I was born in Caracas/Venezuela and I met Hatha Yoga in 2004. Over time I began to practice continuously while combining it with other activities such as skating, capoeira Angola, surfing and music.

Passionate about group practices and social impact, I had the opportunity to learn and participate in different social and cultural movements, focused on cooperating with people who are at risk of social exclusion, drug addiction, domestic abuse, etc.. I am passionate about working for and with people.

In 2015 I was invited by Ricardo Martin to travel to Thailand and train as a teacher of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga 200 Hrs and in ``The Rocket`` 100 Hrs. Then I lived in London where I practiced in Indaba Yoga Studio and thanks to Work and Change or Karma Yoga I got to know different styles of Yoga by the hand of internationally renowned teachers.

Currently I live and work in Zarautz for Tidore Yoga Club.

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Flow Vinyasa. Rishikesh.

Yoana Iturain

I started practicing Yoga when I was 20 due to I was going through an anxaiety crises. Since then, has walked with me helping me to move forward as both my labor life and journalist, producer and national and international commercialwoman, as my familiar life as housewife and mother of two boys and my facet as freesurfer, a sport that I am passionate about.

My learning in this endless way has come from the hand of incredible teachers whom I resemble with very much love and I be be to them forever grateful

My learning in this endless way has come from the hand of amazing masters whom I remember with love and I will always be grateful for; in Venezuela with Aida and Francia Medina and in the Basque Country with Peti Marticorena, Koldo, Mar Eizagirre and Esther Fernández. These last years I have work as surf coach incorporating my knowledge of Yoga in my clases. This has encourage me to train as a teacher in the International Yoga School supported by Yoga Alliance, Spanish Yoga Federation and European Yoga Federation. There I have obtained the necessary confidence, professionalism and security to teach Yoga practice in its comprehensive sense.

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Meditation

Giuseppe Saibante

Giuseppe Saibante teaches training courses in yoga centers, universities and colleges, hospitals and health centers. Giuseppe has studied Advaita Vedanta and the Upanishads in Bali with traditional teachers from the lineage of Swami Dayananda Saraswati (www.arshakulam.org) and eastern-western psychology in California with Carol Whitfield (www.ciis.org).

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Ashtanga

Unai Aldalur

My interest in yoga began because I wanted to relieve my back pain, but when I started practicing it, I discovered that yoga is something deeper than the mere practice of asanas. After practicing, I felt at peace as I had not felt before.

I have practiced various styles of yoga, both with teachers from Tidore and from abroad. In 2019 I did my training in ``Drishti Yoga International`` in India. Today I continue learning something new with each practice.

I believe that yoga is an individual path, that practice should be adapted to each person, and not the other way around. I try to apply this philosophy in my classes. Come to enjoy moving, connecting with your breath and with your inner self.

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Anusara Yoga

Josune Cáceres

I would like to begin by thanking all my yoga teachers for the teachings they have transmitted to me over the years and likewise, to all the students who have attended and are currently attending my classes. I was born in Zarautz in 1982. I have the memory of when I was little, of signing up for all possible sports; soccer, handball, basketball, pelota.... I really liked to move and not stop still. I finished my physiotherapy studies in 2003. A few years later and thanks to my mother, I had my first contact with yoga, although stopping and breathing didn't resonate with me, the practice made me more nervous... In 2011 I suffered a serious ankle injury and life stopped me. In 2012, life again gave me a second chance with the practice of yoga and it is at that moment when I feel a deep connection with the teachings, the practice makes me look inward and reconcile with myself, I feel peace in the stillness. Two years later, I undertook training at Anusara Yoga Elements. In 2019, I finished my studies in Craniosacral Osteopathy, 4 years of training that mark a before and after in my professional practice. Currently, I continue to deepen the teachings and a few months ago I was initiated in Neelakantha Meditation.

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