Ania Tyc with her multicultural background comes originally from the vivid capital city of Poland, Warsaw.
She had an opportunity to live in several countries in Europe and Asia and explore different cultures and languages. In 2010 after graduating in Sociology she spend a years in Asia where she discovered the power of yoga, meditation and eastern philosophy.
After returning to Europe she started to practice in Ashtnaga Yoga School in Amsterdam, still discovering and studying different styles of yoga. In 2012 she decided to move to Germany to continue her education at the Freie Universität Berlin.
Ania returned to Asia and participated in a Yoga Alliance US-recognized yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, India. She is now a 200h vinyasa yoga teacher certified by the Vinyasa Yoga Foundation. In her practice she combines strong vinyasa flow with the awareness of breath and importance of adjustments.
Ania is ispired by what Patanjali wrote in the Yoga Sutras: “to dissolve otherness when you see someone who is different than you, don’t hurt them”. She is vegan and animal right activists.