Gabriel was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he lived until finishing his BA in Public Relations. His nomadic spirit led him to live in London, Madrid and then Berlin, where he has lived since 2007. Between his passion for electronic instruments and his work as a UX designer, he discovered yoga as a way to compensate for his long hours in front of the computer and as a way of exploring different levels of perception. After 9 years of continuous practice he decided to do a 4-year teacher training in Berlin in the tradition of Dr. Swami Gitananda.
Although his original motivation was initially to deepen his practice and to better understand the theory behind it, teaching yoga has now become almost his full time job. Gabriel is certified by the Professional Association of Yoga Teachers in Germany (+1000 hrs.), has taken advanced training courses in anatomy, sequencing and injury management, and teaches “Praxis & Didaktik” in the Yoga Teacher Training Courses at the Yoga Akademie Berlin. In addition to his drop-in classes he also offers workshops and organises yoga retreats in India and Sri Lanka.
Gabriel’s teaching is flow-based, with an emphasis on both precision in posture and the interplay between breath and movement. His sequences balance strength and range of motion and are tailored to the modern lifestyle. In everything he teaches, he leaves aside any kind of dogmatism. In his classes you will also learn pranayama, concepts of yoga philosophy, and meditation techniques.
vinyasa A+ – en
This vigorous and steady flow will awake and open your whole body, leaving you feeling focused, energized, and ready to greet the day.
vinyasa B – en
A challenging yoga practice tackling less common posture variations. Expect a strong, well-rounded flow to build your confidence and skills.
we 12.15-13.15/ en/ vinyasa/ level B/ Studio Sonne & online
we 18.15-19.30/ en/ vinyasa/ level B/ Gelber Raum & online
we 20.00-21.15/ en/ vinyasa/ level A+/ Gelber Raum & online
thu 15.30-16.45/ en/ vinyasa/ level B/ Studio Sonne & online