Victoria is a yoga and meditation teacher, as well as a writer and sometime musician. Since 2009 she's based in Berlin.
Victoria  grew up in the north of Sweden. She was always asking the big questions. She left Sweden as soon as she could, first for London, then New York and New Orleans. She studied Psychology (BA) and Creative Writing (MFA) at the University. During her studies in New York, she discovered and fell in love with yoga. She completed her first teacher training in 2007 and has been teaching ever since. She began to explore meditation while doing a month of Karma Yoga at an ashram in Colorado. But it wasn't until 2011, when she sat her first 10-day vipassana course, that meditation became a life-trajectory changing force. Quite quickly the practice made her 10% happier and the number keeps rising. And after years living in big cities Victoria now feels best in nature.



Eva is a yoga teacher, photographer and meditator. After living and practicing in NY for almost ten years she has been calling Berlin home since 2014. She took her first vipassana course in 2016 and is constantly trying to improve her meditation skills ever since. Splitting her time between working in photography and teaching yoga, meditation has become an increasingly important part of her practice. Still hitting the clubs once in a while she more and more enjoys periods of quiet and introspection and sometimes solitude.



Män-Tse moved to Berlin in 1996 and spent his youth and early adulthood involved with activism for social change in various leftist collectives, where he also organized his work life (and still does).

From early on, he was interested in the interweaving of gender and body politics, psychology, philosophy and everyday life, and the existential tone leftist subcultures in Berlin had at this time. He fell in love with yoga around a decade ago and completed a Jivamukti teacher training in 2013.

After many years of intense yoga practice he started to dive deeper into the world of meditation after sitting his first 10day Vipassana course in 2018. He strongly believes that ancient self help techniques like yoga and meditation have not only the potential to better one's individual life, but also to benefit social change.