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My name is Sabeth

like Elisabeth but without Eli

Through being sent to a kids yoga class by my mother when I was 9 years old, I became familiar with the physical practice of Yoga

at a very young age.

But as I was dreaming of becoming a Prima Ballerina, I decided Yoga wasn't for me -

It seemed like Yogis didn't have any discipline! 

All they did was breathing and imitating animals!

Classical dance became a big part of my adolescence.

But, being constantly confronted with the longing for perfection, I didn't learn how to feel comfortable with my very own natural expression.

"Going beyond Limits" as a credo made me forget how to listen to my inner voice. What had gotten me through puberty didn't provide the answers I needed when I came to realize that adult life was going to be crazy and complicated.


In my early twenties, I found that Yoga could catch me, being a humble guidance and offering me introspection without judgement. Ever since, yoga has been my way to meet both my physical and mental needs and to develop a spiritual space inside of me.

After several years of Asana self-practice and finishing medical school, I joined Guru Mahi in Dharamshala, India for my 500 hrs Yoga Teacher Training. With a strong focus on the therapeutic benefits of Hatha Yoga, the training enriched my western understanding of the human body, psyche and healing processes, encouraging me to make these two worlds meet.


My style of guiding you through Asana practice combines anatomically correct alignment with the joy of exploring what Yoga has to offer on an emotional and mental level.


My goal is to create a safe space so that we can find the individual expression of every Asana that lies within us, cultivate the beautiful energy that comes along with awareness and slowing down the chattering of the mind -

because that is when the magic starts to happen!

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