I'm so pleased that you've found the way to my website.
I'd like to begin by giving you a short introduction about yosha and myself.
People say that I do everything with a lot of passion and authenticity.
I think that's a good description.
My journey started 51 years ago.
Since 2000 I have been regularly practicing yoga. I am following the tradition of Sri Krishnamacharya and B.K.S.Iyengar. Along my journey I have had the privileg to meet very gifted and guided people. To name but a few, these have included a Buddhist Monk, an Indian Yoga and Chanting Teacher, an Australian Yoga Teacher, who is leading Teacher in Yoga Therapy with more than 40 years of teaching experience and my Shaman Teacher, who I have been with for many years - and Guruji who is guiding me with his enormous wisdom and love.
I am very thankful for these people - without them I wouldn't be where I am today - a medically approved certified Yoga Teacher and Shaman and a very blessed person who lives a life full of joy and laughter.
I am running a Yoga Center (www.atpeace.eu) in Munich, teach yoga daily - groups or individual - and accompany people with various concerns - mentally, physically or emotionally. I offer teacher trainings for yoga teachers and I have written a book about awareness.
Over the years I have taken part in many intensive workshops around the globe. For the last 10 years I have been teaching in India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Spain, Greece, UK, Austria and Germany.
The tradition that forms the foundation of my practice is Sri Krishnamacharya.
However, after so many years and and so many different influences I've created my own yoga style. Yosha.
Yosha is the fusion of Yoga and Shamanism.
I welcome you to join me on your journey.
For more information about my Gentle Yoga, Yosha classes or my shamanic sessions please contact Karin Furtmeier. Kontakt or 0049 / 171 488 7273.
With all my love
südtirol im juli 2017
Our gifts are blessings from the creative intelligence of life.
To begin we must only listen.
If we quiet ourselves from the clamor and greed of modern, consumer culture, we will find the intimate whisperings of what we are to do.
(After the Ectasy the Laundry by Jack Kornfiield)