GaiaTree Yoga Teacher Training Retreat
29 juli - 20 augustus 2009: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

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Katiza Satya

Katiza Satya is a co-founder of YogaTree (Amsterdam, Holland). She is committed Ashtanga yoga and certified Iyengar yoga teacher with an in- depth background in Vipassana meditation and the yogi lifestyle in general. Her pleasant nature, contagious enthusiasm and warm heart inspire students to do their very best. Katiza has studied with many great teachers and masters in Europe, America and India since 1983. The great influences in her life have been the Tibetan master Namkhai Norbu Rimpoche, yoga teacher Clive Sheridan, Sri Ramana Maharshi, her guru H. W. I. Poonja, B. K. S Iyengar, Guruji Pattabi Jois and Vipassana teacher S. N Goenka. She travels regularly to Mysore, India, to study with Pattabhi Jois, the founder of the Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga method.

Katiza is also a co-founder of the Yoga Moves Teacher Training in Amsterdam. She gives retreats, teacher trainings, workshops and courses throughout Europe and elsewhere. Katiza lives in Amsterdam, Holland.

Marco Bianco

Marco is an Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT 500) at Yoga Alliance U.S. and honorary member of International Yoga Federation, as well as Advisor for Croatia at the World Yoga Council. He is the director of GaiaYoga International TT School and a co-founder of Sangha Yoga studio (Zagreb, Croatia).

Marco met the eastern philosophies in the mid '80. Since then, in his life-experiences and his travelling around the world he had the opportunity to meet and to work with many great Teachers and Masters from different traditions. He graduated as a Yoga Teacher in Italy at the School of Yoga Ratna Carlo Patrian, the old master who first brought Yoga in Italy in the '50.

During his education and research he studied, practiced and taught different yoga styles like Iyengar, Hatha, Jivamukti and Ashtanga Vinyasa.

In 2005 he developed Gaia Yoga TT program, which is today named GaiaTree Yoga International TT School, in compliance with international Yoga Alliance & European Yoga Federation standards (RYS). Marco is often giving workshops and retreats and is collaborating as a guest Senior Yoga teacher in Teacher Trainings all over the world. At the moment he lives in Zagreb, Croatia, where he’s spreading the yoga community.

Sandra Bianco

Sandra is a registered multi-style Yoga Alliance Teacher (RYT 200). She discovered the world of yoga in mid 90's through Vedic philosophy teachings of her Teacher P.O. Paris. Some years later she approached Hatha Yoga and asana practice and decided to step deeper into the world of yoga. She had the opportunity to expand her knowledge with many great yoga teachers, such as Sharon Gannon, Seane Corn, Gabriella Cella, Carlo Patrian etc. She was especially inspired by Lea Lalitha, Katiza Satya, Sonja Rzepski and Marco Bianco. She met many Masters from different traditions who inspired her personal growth and the research of unlimited possibilities of the human being.

She is co-founder of Sangha Yoga studio, as well as the advisor for yoga in Croatia by International Yoga Federation. Sandra is also certified energy therapist and P.E.M. Master, and works as the assistant at Accademia Europea di Crescita Personale (Turin, Italy). Currently she lives in Zagreb, Croatia.

Lea Loncar

Lea has been teaching Hatha and Raja Yoga since early ’90, mainly in Europe and Scandinavia where she is co-founder of Zenit Yoga Center as well as Samvid Yoga (Barcelona, Spain). She is trained in methods of Ashtanga yoga (Mysore Style), Integral and Sivananda yoga, as well as Eastern philosophy, especially in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and Kashmir Shaivism. Her meditation practice is grounded in the Buddhist Vipassana tradition as well as Yoga tradition through direct initiation of beloved Rev Swami Satchidananda. Her deep interest in Yoga psychology is grounded in her academic work and research on Yoga. For several years, she has also been teaching Developmental Psychology at NTNU University in Norway that deepened her understanding of human development.

Her extensive travels in India and life in the ashrams have grounded her relationship to the Yoga practice, being faithful to her respected teachers, as well as allowing creativity and openness in her transmission of yoga. Along with her family life, she is happy to serve Yoga and work of her Gurus, Sri K. Pattabhi Jois, Rev. Swami Satchidananda and other great Beings that she received blessings from.

She gives retreats, teacher trainings, workshops and courses throughout Europe and elsewhere. At the moment Lea lives with her family in Barcelona, Spain.