Yoga Teacher Profile

Katja Feil

Katja Feil

  • Sydney, Australia
  • English, German
  • Vinyasa, Yin, FlyHigh Yoga, SUP Yoga, Myofascial Release, Meditation
  • Sustainability, Mindfulness, Anatomy, Food, Ukulele, Travelling, Surfing

About Katja

Katja found her passion for yoga in 2013. Coming from the corporate world, yoga was the perfect counterpart to her office job. At the same time, she discovered her passion for coaching and teaching when she started to work as a mentor and business coach for start-ups. She loves to share her methodical knowledge and practical experience with others and enable them to achieve their goals.

In 2018 she decided to bring her passion for coaching, teaching, and yoga to the next level and serve others to live a happier and healthier life. She explored various yoga styles like Bikram, Vinyasa, Hatha, Yin, Kundalini before she found her preferred style in Vinyasa, Yin and Aerial Yoga.

Attending her first teacher training in 2018 in Fly High Yoga, she was trained by the founder Jose L. Jimenez himself and joined his team of mentors afterwards. Fly High Yoga is based on the Iyengar tradition and has a strong focus on biomechanics and alignment. After her first training, she started to teach regular classes in Berlin.

In 2019 Katja moved to Sydney, Australia and completed a Yoga Alliance registered 200h Teacher Training in Vinyasa and Yin on Bali. By now Katja gained deep knowledge in Vinyasa, Yin, FlyHigh Yoga, Anatomy, Biomechanics, TCM, Ayurveda, Myofascial Release, Pranayama, and Meditation.

Katja teaches from a point of compassion with strong anatomy and biomechanics knowledge. She approaches her students in an authentic and supportive way. Starting where the students are to unlock their potentials. Her classes are approachable, fun, challenging, and based on student needs. Always looking for new perspectives, always willing to learn, always a student.

Besides yoga, Katja is trained as a Primal Health Coach. In her opinion movement is just one component to a healthy and sustainable life. Equally important are mindfulness and meditation to reduce stress, nutrition to feel balanced, and pranayama to feel alive.

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