Workaholic Turns Yogi
Both an active career as coach and entrepreneur as well as a Yoga teacher, Walter Bauwens bridges his business experience with the insights he got from Yoga & meditation by becoming an holistic coach. As a past workaholic, he knows precisely what can go wrong if you are not listening to your body. After experiencing a burnout Walter decided to take a sabbatical in order to learn holistic techniques for balancing mind and body and became a certified Yoga teacher.
Today he’s bridging his business experience and networks with the insights he got from yoga & meditation by becoming an holistic coach.
How to create balance in life by bringing dreams into reality.
This workshop will give you insights on how you can achieve financial freedom whilst following your dreams.
We all experienced Yoga and/or meditation in one way or another to help us to calm down our mind. Nevertheless we still struggle to apply these new techniques into our daily life.
Whilst wanting to follow our dreams, there is still an economical truth that we have to fulfill and the reality often shows that our dreams are not covering our daily expenses. Even by becoming a Yoga teacher we are not sure that we can survive.
Starting from our true purpose in life, we create a strategy and a step by step implementation to bring us towards our balance and finally create long lasting happiness.
As a knowledgeable and charmingly inspiring Yin Yoga teacher, Savira Gupta’s classes encourage each student to evolve on and off the Yoga mat.
In Ute Schaber’s typical way – loving and kind – she shares with the world a deep knowledge of Lu Jong, a Tibetan healing practice that brings strength, stability and happiness.
Sophie Snoeckx’ adventurous personality brings you a unique exploration of intimacy and awareness, harmonizing the sacred and the playful.
He is a free-thinker, a sensitive soul and a born troublemaker. As the founder and guiding force behind Yogalife, he shares his considerable expertise.
He does not hesitate to drop what proves to be unneeded and asks his student not to believe blindly, but to question and experience for themselves.