Hola! My name is Josefina Eliggi, I am a certified Yoga teacher and textile designer.

I grew up in Argentina and moved to Switzerland in 2011. I studied fine arts and fashion and textile design in Buenos Aires, and completed a master of arts in design in Lucerne (CH).

I took my first Yoga class back in 2002 and immediately noticed it had a transformative effect. It was a powerful and calming experience: it allowed me to get in touch with my inner self as I had just started to understand the importance of self-care.

I started practicing more regularly during my studies in Switzerland in 2012.
In June 2019 I completed the 200-hour Teachers Training Course with Poonam Stecher Sharma and Sanjeev Bhanot at Sanapurna Zurich (Yogalife).
In November 2019 I started the Prenatal Yoga teacher training at Birthlight Zürich, and more recently I completed Jules Mitchell’s anatomy workshop series “Yoga Meets Science“.

I am a RYT 200 and a Prenatal Yoga teacher, and I teach in English, German and Spanish.

Becoming a Yoga teacher meant to put aside preconceptions about myself and what I thought I was able to (physically) do.
As I dug deeper into the Yoga discipline, I learned that the poses – asanas – are only part of a much bigger, richer and complex system.

I see Yoga as a tool that enables me to be fully present in the moment, to center and align myself. It has helped me to identify and solve problems, and I often found answers to health issues that other disciplines failed to provide.

Aside from Yoga, I love going for walks, knitting, design, books, Indian food and travelling with my family.

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