Yoga has become a way of life for me. In my early twenties I discovered that yoga helps me feel strong and calm in times of stress, worries and overstimulation. As soon as I notice that I am being carried away by the issues of the day and the craziness of the world, it is time for more yoga. For me, yoga means: awareness, movement, time for myself, effort and relaxation, pleasure and peace. In addition, the exercises keep my mind and body strong and flexible.

In 2014 I started taking teacher training courses and I am a certified teacher for 550 hours. Since 2016 I have taught at various gyms, yoga studios and in the great outdoors. From the beginning I have had a great love for the dynamic Power and Asthanga yoga. As I got older I wanted to alternate this with other forms of yoga. That is why I have also delved into Vinyasa yoga, Prana yoga and Yin yoga. I received my first training in India. Then in the Netherlands with Johan Noorloos, Daphne Koken and Simon Rowe. Shiva Rea and Mirjam Wagner are a great source of inspiration for me. I continue to develop myself continuously with new training. In class I mainly pay attention to breathing and awareness of your body. Where is the tension in your body? Feel how your energy is for that day. 

Namasté, Susan de Wolff

Om Shanti Shanti Shanti


The meaning of Shanti in sanskrit: 

Inner Peace.

A state of mental en spiritual peace,

where you have enough knowledge

to remain strong

in times of stress and unrest.