My name is Lorena Corzo-Mimbrera and I come from Spain. I have lived in Salzburg since 2013. And I'm the owner and founder of KALMA. I'm a qualified Yoga Teacher (200h YTT) with Yoga Akademie Salzburg since 2017. After that I took other certified Yoga courses like Kids and Teens Yoga (2016) and Baby-Mama Yoga (2018), Health Yoga and Yoga for Depression, Anxiety and Burn Out (2018) and Yin Yoga (2018).
In addition, I'm a registered Reiki Practitioner and a certified Emotional Coach. And now, I'm currently studying Life Coaching and Yoga for Trauma.
I started with yoga many years ago because of personal difficulties and many body injuries that needed to be treated. I chose yoga, reiki and meditation as part of my therapy and they helped me a lot on my journey to heal myself, as they still do nowadays. That is why I am passionate to share my experience and knowledge to others. I want to help people the same way I also got help through these forms and methods. I also want to to show everyone that Yoga is more than Asanas and goes far beyond flexibility; it is about self knowledge, self acceptance and self respect. It's about YOU and nobody else. We all have our own limits, and it's ok, this is why we are all unique and beautiful.
In my yoga lessons, called YogaMeTime, you can find a mixture of all the disciplines I've learnt and practised, together with coaching techniques focusing on healthy body and mind, self-awareness, self-acceptance and meditation.
My yoga journey started in the early years of my adulthood after finishing my studies to become a Dance teacher. Physically, mentally and emotionally I wasn't in a very good place and I wanted to find a method and a way to heal my body and mind and to dive deeper into myself. It didnt take me too long to find my way to a yoga class and after a while I was hooked.
I started with a very demanding and challenging Ashtanga Yoga. Bringing the body and mind together, strengthening, balancing and cleansing the body from inside out. After some years of practising though, I started to feel the need to learn more and explore other types and branches of yoga. Soon after I found my way into a Hatha Yoga Teacher Training where I was brought to the origins of Hatha Yoga and given an understanding of what yoga is actually all about. This training influenced my own practise a lot, and helped me to develope and to find a more personal relationship with yoga and eventually with myself.
What is yoga for me?
For me yoga is about connection. Finding and strengthening the lost connections within ourselves, bringing ourselves fully in the present moment and bringing the body, mind and spirit in one alignment. It is a practise of self-awareness guiding and helping us to discover the depths of ourselves and ultimately find freedom within our own being.
During the my yoga classes I like to emphazise on staying in the present, tuning into the rhythm of our own breath and taking care of the alignments as we go. Through out the years my own practise and style has developed from the very dynamic Ashtanga yoga, to more slow paced and calm Hatha yoga to finally finding the combination between these two; between flow and action, being and listening.
I am a Yoga Teacher from Indonesia. I have lived in Salzburg since 2016, sharing my practice with my flowing yoga style focusing on strength and flexibility.
I have started practising yoga since 2007 as a pastime, but then I realised it was such a big help for my wellbeing during my life journey, finding purpose and peace with myself, that I wanted to share my experience with others, so they can also experience the benefits of yoga beyond the asanas as I did.
I took my first Hatha Yoga Teacher Training in 2012 (200h YTT) in Indonesia. Since then I took a lot of trainings and workshops with many different yoga styles: Vinyasa, Iyengar, Ashtanga, Yin Yoga, Power Yoga and Tripsichore.
Therefore now my style is a combination of everything I have learnt.