Kelly Robinson | Indigo Founder
Originally from Chicago, Kelly has lived all over the world and offered yoga in Germany, Greece, Kenya, Iceland, and the USA. After completing her yoga teacher training in 2009 at Sivananda ashram in Kerala, India, Kelly went on to study with Jasmine Tarkeshi of Laughing Lotus San Francisco. She has since practiced with Rachel Brathen in Berlin, Shiva Rea in Costa Rica, and Dana Trixie Flynn in Nairobi with the Africa Yoga Project.
In 2013 Kelly began teaching in Germany and founded Indigo Yoga Berlin. Her teaching style has a dynamic combination of all her teachers. Focused on the breath, her classes are a spiritual mixture of traditional Hatha and an uplifting vinyasa flow.
Liina Tael | Vinyasa Flow
Liina is a yoga gypsy – originally from Estonia but now settling in Berlin after traveling the world for the past 7 years. Liina has been practicing yoga for 15 years and has taught since 2007 after completing her teacher training in Byron Bay, Australia. Her yoga has been influenced by many teachers of various styles including Vinyasa, Iyengar, Hatha, Anusara, Yin, Restorative, and Kundalini. Her flowing and exploratory, yet contemplative nature is reflected in her teaching style. Her newest passion is a Yin style practice – a slow, more meditative approach with longer held poses that facilitate deep openings and regulate the flow energy in the body. Liina’s aim is to share the joy, depth, mystery and beauty yoga has brought to her own life by encouraging people to look beyond the physical, and to discover and explore the inner mystery of our existence.
Anja | Vinyasa Flow
Anja is one of the first children of Indigo. She has been practicing yoga for 14 years and has recently completed her yoga teacher training at Sivananda ashram in Kerala, India. Anja’s yogic journey has been influenced mainly by the flowy and dynamic styles of Kelly and Liina, as well as the traditional Hatha style of Sivananda. Anja loves to share the joy of yoga and welcomes the beautiful changes that will come as she embarks upon her new journey as a teacher.