My name is Ester, I have a degree in Environmental Sciences and I’m a Yoga Teacher (certificate of Vinyasa teacher training (200h), Intensive Ashtanga (50h) and Therapeutic and Restorative Yoga (20h)).

Since I was a child, I’ve had a great sensitivity and curiosity towards nature and the human’s relationship with it. Through my experience in Canada and in the Peruvian Amazon, living with the Kukama’s People, I saw the importance of understanding our environment, knowing how to relate to it and value it, since nature involves all aspects of life. Hence my interest in environmental education and awareness.

My approach to yoga began at a time when I was looking for a way to calm my vital restlessness. I started with the practice of Asthanga Vinyasa and after an injury; I decided to deepen my knowledge of my body, through “asanas” or poses, which led to my interest in Therapeutic Yoga. The connection was so special that I bet on the well-being of people by giving classes to people with fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, intellectual disabilities and anxiety disorders. From the empathy and affection they deserve.

I’ve always been fascinated by the way kids see the world. They are my inspiration, their curiosity, their way of interpreting reality. I have worked with them as an English teacher and later in the development of several summer workshops, focused on developing skills with games and creative activities.

I am located in my hometown, Miranda de Ebro (Spain), although whenever I can, I travel to other places and countries in search of new ways of seeing and understanding life, out of my comfort zone, to encourage and inspire me. To find a space where I can, enthusiastically, offer my skills and resources.