Embracing connection & belonging in the times of flux.

More than ever, this past year we are realizing the importance of a genuine connection with ourselves, other human beings and the relationship to and with the earth. This encourages philosophical yet very practical questions like what really matters and what is important to me? This Workshop provides supporting tools to be present, to feel at home in our own skin and return to the heart space as a choice and a practice.

Throughout the weekend, we as a community, will explore sequences that are inspired by Ashtanga and are grounded in classical Hatha Yoga. Weaving together a playful practice that allows honest and powerful conversations, offering modifications & preperations for the more complex asanas. Allowing the body´s inherent intelligence to unfold and to reconnect with our true essence which is love.

The morning practice is followed by embodied meditations & breath work.

The afternoon sessions include Asana Refinement, Stress-Release techniques, Journaling & Self care, interactive philosophy talks & Mantra Chanting.

A familiarity with Ashtanga can be beneficial but not essential.
Everyone is welcome.

Price: The Workshop is offered in a sliding scale. Please choose from your genuine capacity to pay. We trust that we will meet in the spirit in which these classes are offered.


Annette Hartwig is an Ashtanga Yoga teacher, MindBody-Therapy-Practitioner, Somatic Stress Release® Facilitator, and FRC® Mobility specialist. She teaches Yoga & Meditation worldwide since more than 2 decades and is a longterm student & assistant of Dena Kingsberg. 


Annette believes that being present is often a wild thing and life is best lived through the lenses of curiosity, discipline and compassion. Annette’s emphasis of being present & receptive in each moment invites a nurturing space where flow is possible and the deeper aspects of the practice naturally unfold. She is director and co-founder of yogabija, a platform for yoga retreats & workshops in Europe and the co-creator of the Dawn Collective Yoga Shala in Arrifana, Portugal.