The Teachers

Teacher Carlotta

Carlotta Castangia

Carlotta Castangia is an ERYT-500 in Hatha and Vinyasa Flow style yoga. She was a dancer for 20 years then finally found her essence through yoga. She began her journey in India embracing all aspects of yoga and she deeply believes in the origins and the roots of the yoga tradition. She also believes that today a modern approach is needed and therefore she combines her knowledge in anatomy and alignment skills in her teaching method. Her classes have constantly evolved over the past 5 years because of her deep devotion to the practice, and she firmly believes that in addition to being a teacher she will remain an eternal student.

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Breath, expand , and challenge yourself, discover something new and have fun!

I discovered yoga in 2013 while I was working at Banking Sectors.  Through a mindful yoga practice, I have learned to stay centred and be present, which allows me to embrace life more fully with love, compassion and gratitude. To me, the practice of yoga asana and pranayama has the power to strengthen our physic and the mind,  cultivating positive mental attitudes.

  I have taken many inspiring teacher trainings in Anusara, Hatha, Iyengar, Asthanga,  Vinyasa and Restorative, enabling me to experience yoga teaching and its applications. I like to challenge students to do asana focusing on alignment. I give my students time to feel through their experience feel the rewards.

Discipline , consistency and perseverance are my Mantra.

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Yoga is my soul food, and I love sharing my passion and love for practice with others. I have been practicing yoga for many years and I’ve been teaching various styles of yoga for four years now. My teaching style focuses mainly on Vinyasa yoga, but I am also well-versed in Power flow, Gentle flow, Yin-Yang , Yin, Restorative, and Hatha yoga. I even teach Laughter and Ganja yoga.

My yoga philosophy plays a vital role in shaping the learning experience of the students in my class. I view myself as a friend, guide, mentor, and classroom supporter, always present to assist my students in achieving their goals and objectives. While every student has different goals, I always emphasise the importance of good physical and mental health and harmony of emotions. Based on my beliefs, ethics, and principles, I ensure that each student receives a personalised and nurturing practice.

I have completed a variety of Yoga teacher trainings, adding them as continuous learning every year. As follows, 200YTT Vinyasa program with Prague Yoga Collective, Ganja yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance certified), Laughter yoga leader training (Laughter Yoga International), and a 200YTT yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India, with a traditional focus on Hatha and Vinyasa styles.  I have a Master’s degree in Special education and rehabilitation of people with physical disabilities.


Since 2007, Tao has immersed himself in the practice of yoga, discovering an immediate connection to its physical and spiritual benefits, transforming it from a mere physical routine into a profound way of life. Throughout his journey, Tao is an ERYT-500 in various yoga disciplines, including Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin, FluidUS Style, and Fascia Fitness training. This diverse training background equips him with a broad array of practical techniques aimed at enhancing the health, happiness, and freedom of his students.

Enriched by global travels and exposure to diverse teachers, Tao brings a unique and comprehensive perspective to his classes, where integrity and clarity define his teachings. Regardless of ability or prior yoga experience, all are warmly welcomed into Tao’s classes. Notably, having completed training in Embodied Trauma Integration, Tao takes his offerings even further, providing a compassionate and healing touch to those on a journey toward wholeness.

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Dwi started her Yoga journey in 2011, and it has changed her life since then.

In 2013, Dwi completed the 200 hours- RYT Teaching Certification with Bryon Yoga Centre Australia. Followed by Kids Yoga Teacher Training by Sun Yoga Kuala Lumpur and Yoga Therapy Training also with Byron Yoga Centre. Dwi is a devoted Asthanga Yoga practitioner. She’s amazed at how the practice not only changes her physically but also helps her to be a better version of herself.

To deepen her practice and understanding of the Ashtanga practice, she goes regularly to Mysore, India, starting in 2017 and on January 2022, she received her level 2 Authorization from KPJAYI /SYC. Dwi been teaching yoga classes abroad since 2012. Now she is back in her own country, Indonesia, and looking forward to sharing the beauty practice at Desa Seni Bali.


I, Tojon have been fascinated with the ideas of spirituality since I was a kid. I grew up in a family with a long lineage of teachers and a community that practiced mysticism as its pillar of living. Driven by a passion for self-growth, bodywork, and consciousness, I began practicing yoga religiously in 2011. The path somehow opened for me as my teacher invited me to join a RYT-200 teacher training in 2014 in Jakarta. In addition to healing modalities and helping me understand the human body better, I took a Thai massage certification course in 2019 in Chiang Mai.

In my classes, I strive to present and elaborate on asanas, breathing awareness, meditation, and the philosophy of yoga in a safe environment and well-structured session. Drawing upon my experiences studying, living, and exploring other schools of yoga and spirituality, I can offer a unique and interdisciplinary approach to my yoga classes.

Apart from teaching yoga, I am also a passionate artist; I wrote an award-winning movie script, exhibited my artwork, and regularly performed on various stages. I view my classes as a form of art in themselves and believe that yoga has helped me become a more creative person, enabling me to perceive and interpret the world from many different perspectives