Teacher biographies


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Jenni as Yoga Teacher in Casa Zen


Originally from British Columbia, Canada, I have been living and loving in Costa Rica for the last four years. I have had the privilege of studying yoga around the world, and certified to teach Anusara yoga in 2010. I believe that yoga is a mental, spiritual and physical practice that is suitable for everyone; your yoga practice will change and grow with you, and meet you where you are on your journey, here and now. I look forward to sharing practice with you, many blessings!




I am a Texas girl at heart, but for now call Costa Rica home. I have been practicing yoga for 6 years and teach a flow inspired by my Forrest Yoga training. I challenge those who join me to practice to feel their bodies, as they flow through their practice in a struggle free way. It’s amazing what we can attain when we allow our breath and curiosity to lead the way.




Originally from Chile, Flor is certified in both the Vinyasa and Ashtanga traditions of yoga. I arrived to my beloved Costa on 2011, after 1 year living in the energizing cold of my dear Canada. Travel lover, ”once you get on the train, you never get off” I get amaze easily well; yoga amaze me every day as it makes me company in every country I visit. Is always there, like an addiction that brings understanding, compassion, a change that we can barely see until we have changed. Is revolution. Yoga is a journey, a diary that needs to be written in everyday, yoga is change, is challenge, is movement, is present. Not future, not past, PRESENT. Yoga took off my shoulders a bag that I didn’t have to carry.




I have some qualifications in my life: mechanical engineer, professional mountain guide, relationship counselor, but all these qualifications are not important in the way of yoga. I have practiced and studied the yoga of Kashmir for five years with Daniel Odier, Natalie Delay and Eric Baret. Thanks to Daniel I had the opportunity to know the deep samadhi and afterwards the opening of the heart and Awakening. The integration of these non-experiences have taken some years: I met suffering, depression and loneliness. Now the practice of the sole presence of the moment’s reality is what remains; a never ending listening. I left Italy and I’m now living in Costa Rica where I propose the practice of this marvelous tradition.




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