At Yogafactory we are a dedicated group of yoga teacher, massage therapists, chiropractors, nutritionists and healers. Each with our own unique approach to yoga and health. On an average we can be characterised as a bunch of yoga nerds with our hearts in the right place. We wish for all to feel welcome and have amazing experiences with new energy, joy of life, physical strength and peace of mind.
“It is through your body you realize that you are a spark of divinity”
– B.K.S Iyengar
Anita's teaching is based on Hatha Yoga and focuses on the classical practice of pranayama (respiratory control and technique), bandhas (body locks to lift and hold on energy) and meditation centers. The subtle layers of the pranic body, balance and flow of the Nadis (energy channels) and achieving "The Yogic State of Mind" are the heart of Anita's teaching.
Anita moved in 2013 with her family to Ubud in Bali, where they lived for 2 years.
Deeply inspired by the Balinese Hindu culture and beautiful scenery, she spent all her spare time studying all forms of yoga and spirituality through work shops and courses with talented yoga teachers from all over the world.
She has taught at her own retreats, workshops and yoga teams. In addition to being a yoga instructor, Anita has taken courses in healing massage, meditation, Ayurveda and is a trained Reiki healer and NLP therapist.
Anita teaches in English, Danish and Sanskrit.
Nynne teaches fluid and imaginative Vinyasa flow classes, alignment and breath based Hatha classes that are good for the soul, dreamy Restorative classes and playful Aerial classes sure to make you float. Her teaching comes from a place of passion and joy – knowing the strength and beauty yoga can bring to your life.
Nynne teaches in English and Sanskrit and looks forward to welcoming you to her classes.
Tracey teaches in English and Sanskrit.
She found yoga 10 years ago in Paris and it was an instant match. Inspired by the invitation to connect to the inner world through asanas and thereby getting to know oneself more intimately she invested many hours in the practice and eventually became a teacher too. Caroline teaches with a focus on bringing awareness and gratitude forth. Caroline teaches in English.
She had really fallen in love with the practice when meeting her teacher Noga Barkai in Jerusalem that year - there she found the precision and flow that felt most like home. Leah is certified in Kripalu yoga, Vijnana yoga (an 800 hour advanced teacher training) and prenatal yoga, but also draws from her extensive background as a professional dancer and other methodologies such as pilates and feldenkrais.
Leah loves teaching and is passionate about seeing the changes in her students, their progress and their gained awareness of alignment and quality of movement. Aside from teaching asana, she enjoys teaching pranayama in depth, using yoga as a therapeutic practice and working one-on-one with students who are curious and/or need the extra support.
After the birth of her second child in 2012 Leah started developing her own method - using yoga to build pelvic floor health and awareness and is currently working on her first book on the topic.
She continued to deepen her practice as she got older, learning more about herself and how to live a life through listening to her heart. Originally from California, she moved to Denmark in 2015 to escape the fast pace of the US, took a 200-hour RYT in Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin in Copenhagen and then in 2018, took a 300-hour RYT in Yoga Therapy in Rishikesh. Through these teacher trainings, she opened her mind to an even deeper knowledge to the meaning of yoga in the exploration of life's purpose.
Victoria loves teaching powerful Vinyasa and Hatha classes incorporating different Pranayama techniques with the intention of being fully present and tuning into the mind, body, and breath. To notice the small intricacies of one's being in order to dive deeper into the question 'Who am I?.'
Victoria's classes are taught in English.
Helle ( guest teacher)
Lotte ( guest teacher)
Elanor ( guest teacher)
completed a 200 hour Yoga Alliance certified teacher training through The Auckland Yoga Academy and started teaching the primary series at the same school in 2006.
Upon returning to Copenhagen Elanora threw her energy and enthusiasm into the Bikram Yoga practice and eventually travelled to San Diego to practice under and learn from Bikram Choudhury.
Eleanor continues to be inspired by the two initial styles of yoga and enjoys leading students through a practice incorporating equal measures of strength and flexibility.
Elanor is guest teaching from time to time, and teaches in English.
Jordan ( guest teacher)
Jordan is guest teaching from time to time, and teaches in English.
Angela ( guest teacher)
With training in Astanga, Power and Vinyasa yoga styles, Angela teaches a mix of the three. Her classes are designed to accommodate students who are beginners as well as those that are more advanced. Angela loves inversions and arm balances, as well as long holds in hip openers, but always brings a range of poses into her classes, inventing new flows and variations. She also likes to add pranayama and short meditations at the beginning or end of class.
Angela has a 200 hour training in Astanga from the Ayurevda Retreat in Coonor, India, a 200 hour training in Journey into Power from the Africa Yoga Project in Nairobi, Kenya, and 100 hours of teacher training in the Kaivalya Yoga Method in New York City.
Leyla ( guest teacher)
Her vinyasa classes blend elements of strength, breath, alignment, and grace with inversions, meditation, fun and philosophy. Her unique style has evolved from training as a ballerina, a stunt woman, many years as a gymnast and a love affair with India
Leyla completed her 200hr teacher training with Africa Yoga in 2008 in the Ashtanga Vinyasa tradition.
She studied Prana Flow with Shiva Rea in London in July 2013.
Completed Baron Baptiste 200hr teacher training in 2014 with the Africa Yoga Project