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Claudia Lederer

Munich, Germany
Jivamukti & Free Floating Aerial Yoga / Ayurveda

I enjoyed all kinds of physical activities since I was a child. After many years as a personal trainer in the fitness- and aerial area, I accidentally encountered yoga. Since then I have been working intensely with a variety styles of it.
My first passion in life was working in the gym, my 2nd great passion was and is yoga and my third passion is free-floating aerial Yoga. All my knowledge, my enthusiasm and experience I bring into the free-floating practice.
Free Floating Aerial Yoga is a unique method that is based on a special concept, with selected asanas, a thought-out class concept and with special training sequences.
I am a fitness-and B-and A-licensed Step- and Aerobics instructor, also licensed Hot Iron instructor and personal trainer. But since 2003 I teach and practice only yoga.
I took part of Dr. Patrick Broome’s training program for one year, after in 2005 I did the Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training with Sharon Gannon and David Life at the Omega Institute in New York.
Since then I have been teaching in several different centers in Munich (including the Jivamukti Center & Leo's Sports Club), privates, as well as at my own Yoga Retreats in Ibiza.
In addition I participated in April 2007at a pilot project to IHK-certified yoga teachers and in March 2010 I successfully finished my training with as a European Ayurvedic therapist.
In 2011 I graduated from New York's Teacher Training Antigravity Yoga. Since December 2012, I am a certified Antigravity teacher.
I am developing Free Floating Aerial Yoga, in which I bring all my knowledge my enthusiasm and my experience.
In January of 2014 the first Free Floating Aerial Yoga Teacher Training was held in Airyoga Munich.

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