Head of Agniyoga Studio, yoga teacher
Love. Joy. Yoga.
She has been teaching it for the last ten years. She is a renowned experienced yoga teacher, E-RYT 500, founder of the Agniyoga studio & yoga teacher school.
Her classes and workshops are filled with her love for exploring the body, mind & spirit. She is leaning on the yogic tradition and philosophy combining challenging asana practice with mantras, breathing techniques and meditation. She wants to teach every person how they can live their lives more fully in connection with the yogic principles of nonviolence – ahimsa, discipline – tapas and contentment – santosha.
Since 2004 she has been a yoga teacher (SuryaSakti Yoga School), in 2013 she finished a advanced yoga teacher training @ Divya Yoga School, Zagreb & Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga teacher training with Manju Jois in Berlin in 2014 she completed Advanced yoga teacher training with Ana Forrest.
She is registered by American Yoga Alliance as an experienced yoga teacher E-RYT 500.
She is aware that we keep learning and growing for all our lives. Her life was full of movement and dance from early on. She studied dramaturgy and was working in theatre and & new-media arts as a producer, artist and performer. All her activities have been more and more influenced by yoga, in which she found the means and a spiritual way through life. She has done various yoga intensives, workshops and teacher trainings with renowned yoga masters around the world: Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (David Williams, Michael Gannon, David Swenson, Petra Carmichael, Govinda Kai), Vinyasa Yoga (Sandra Petra Pintarić – Dharma yoga, Seane Corn, Gabriela Bozic & Patric Broom – Jivamukti yoga). And this are only some of the teachers along her path that have inspired her and towards which she feels great gratitude and respect.
She is deepening her understanding of yoga through her own practice and enjoys passing her knowledge to others. Om Shanti
movement teacher (Franklin method®), Pilates Coach (licensed by Slovenian Fitness Alliance) Cranio-Sacral & Tuina therapist
Her interest in the individual as a psycho-physical whole draws her in various directions: towards observation and analysis on one hand and towards action and expression through movement on the other. In her school days, she was an active athlete, competing in sports dancing. She studied karate in high school, only to later return to dancing, this time to theatre, and to contemporary dance, which she is still doing today, mainly as a teacher. As a dancer, she experienced the meaning of a healthy connection to one’s body and of its functionally healthy use. She learned about anatomy and biomechanics at the Franklin Method Institute®, where she completed a 3-year course (2005–2008). In 2007, she became a Pilates Instructor (Stott Pilates) and in 2012 licensed Pilates Coach by Slovenian Fitness Alliance. Currently she teaches groups and individuals in franklin and pilates methods, leads workshops on healthy, pain-free movement, lectures on conferences (1st and 2nd Conference of Dance Medicine in Slovenia), teaches anatomy for future Yoga instructors and gives therapeutic bodywork and massage.
Her free time is spent actively as well: she is a yoga practitioner, fire juggler, taiji and qi gong practitioner, likes knitting and crocheting, reading, spending time by the sea, going to concerts, dancing, socializing at dinners and walking her two cats.
She still studies regularly at the annual Franklin Teacher Summit and several conferences and seminars of pilates.
Alenka Košorok Humar
She has been studying anatomy of movement (yoga, Pilates, dance) and kinesiology of words
(likes to write and play with words) for the last 3 decades. Here she is, so many years into this journey and still passionately digging deeper: learning, discovering, growing and teaching yoga. She is a certified hatha yoga teacher who holds 3 international certificates in Hormone Yoga Therapy received by methods author Dinah Rodrigues (Hormone Yoga Therapy for Menopause, Hormone Yoga Therapy for Andropause and Stress and Hormone Yoga Therapy for Diabetes).
Alenka has also written several manuals for balance of the endocrine system to aid her in teaching her techniques. She has written also a book on Hormone Yoga (Založba Eno, 2013). Alenka is also very down to earth, practising lawyer profession for over twenty five years.
He first met yoga in 2007. He discovered its deep transformative power through his personal practice. The positive effects of the practice led him to explore further and seek more knowledge of yoga. He finished the Agniyoga School teacher training in 2014. He regards yoga as a powerful tool on his path of personal development.
His classes focus on body alignment and conscious breathing and will enable you to improve the connection with your true self, with people around you and with the world that surrounds us.
He is also passionate about cycling, traveling and cooking delicious vegan food.
As an architect she observes and shapes the spaces around her, through breath and moves she recognises and broadens the spaces within the body and mind.
She was introduced to yoga in 2008, at first just as a form of physical exercise that became much more in time.
She finished the 200 RYS programme at Agniyoga school in 2013 under the guidance of Daša Lakner.
She is feeding her curiosity on various workshops, conferences and travels home and abroad.
If someone told her years ago that she’ll once be a yoga teacher, she wouldn’t believe it. For her, yoga was like love on first sight, something that was always missing from her life on physical as well as psychological level. She works as a designer, is a self-emloyed cultural worker. Yoga is her main tool for overcoming stress and achieving better quality of living. She is deepening her knowledge of yoga by attending numerous workshops and courses – for her, yoga is like life – a never ending process of learning. On her classes she strives to share her practise and knowledge and to progress with her students.
She finished a 200 hour teacher training course in Agniyoga school in 2012.
Yoga entered here life at a point when she was facing big changes and heavy decisions. At first yoga provided her with calmness at those challenging times, but she quickly felt and discovered much more in yoga. Yoga has completely transformed her and her life. For her, asana practice is a way to find a true connection with yourself, to find inner peace and happiness. She finished Agniyoga school teacher training in 2015 and has since completely dedicated her life to yoga, both teaching and constantly gaining new knowledge.
Few summers ago, Ana had a bit of a »quantum leap« of life that put her on a different path that she planned for. Spontaneously yoga found her, something that she never thought practicing, nor teaching or living in her life of a radio and TV host. First she started exploring it by herself, through awareness and intuition which brought her further on the path of meeting new people, creating projects related to yoga and last but not least also to Daša (Agniyoga school) where a whole new story of growth and exploration began. A story that now continues with books, workshops and life »that happens«. Her motto in life is to do things that she feels intrigued by, that make her fullfilled and happy, so she can send this vibe to all that get to meet her.