Michaela Sangl
Michaela Sangl
Phone Number
021 229 0197
Location / Country
Auckland, New Zealand
About / Bio
Michaela is passionate about creating imaginative, highly beneficial yoga journeys for children and sharing yoga tools with teachers and parents!

After many years of teaching kids yoga, Michaela’s primary focus is now sharing her wealth of experience and creative yoga tools with educators, yoga teachers and parents through Professional Development workshops.

Her mission is to empower as many loving adults as possible to share their own ‘yoga magic’ with their tamariki and in doing so, help the next generation deal with challenges and navigate life on this magnificent planet!

Since 2012, Michaela has taught kids, family and teen yoga in Devonport, Ponsonby, Grey Lynn and Titirangi, at numerous schools and preschools around Auckland and at Yoga festivals and events.
More Offerings
Professional Development trainings include Storybook Yoga, Story Yoga: The Magical Zoo, and Story Yoga Journeys: Africa to Hawaii with in-house options and other workshops such as Breathe, Stretch and Shine in the pipeline.
Passionate About ...
Kids Yoga and All Yoga
Dancing, Singing, Acting, Illustrating and Writing
Some people are good at yoga, but not good with kids; some people are good with kids, but not at yoga (like me).

Michaela is great at both! Add to this her wonderful voice and creative thinking and you have a yoga class that is fun, highly imaginative and leaves kids in a really positive and relaxed state.

Highly recommended!
Qualifications / Teacher Level
Michaela is a 95-hour Children’s & Teens Yoga Teacher (US Yoga Alliance). a certified Rainbow Kids Yoga teacher and Samadhi Family Yoga instructor.

She completed her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training, with Contemporary Yoga.

Other trainings include a Yin Immersion Teacher Training with Joe Barnett and a Partner and Community Yoga certification with Rainbow Yoga in Australia.

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