Hi, I'm Sandra.

Let’s break “Hello, nice to meet you” with some fun.
Here are 6 things about me, that I don’t tell in my CV.

1. I’m a nerd that loves to dance.

I can read 5 books a week, dance for 3 hours on reggaeton and will always buy some weird online course instead of a posh handbag.

2. I’m so bad with history and geography

But I’m so good with writing yoga programs and teaching you how to breathe, move and meditate.

3. I stopped counting certificates.

I did so many yoga, tao, tantra and spa courses that I stopped counting them. But I still count how many minutes per day I practice. I even have a handbook where I mark down each and every yoga routine I do by myself. (Yup, I design my own practices and I change them every 41 days).

4. I feel electricity when talking in front of a big group of people.

I’m so WOKE and ALIVE when I teach. Really, you should see me.

5. I once vomited on words like goddess, femininity and sacred.

I attended a training where I vomited (literally) every time a teacher mentioned “goddess”, “sacred” or “energy”. I wanted to leave cause the teachers’ attitude towards us was not even close to the letter G in the word goddess but there was no money-back guarantee (and these were my few years savings).

 

So I wrote an article titled How To Run The Worst Women’s Retreat In The World (still not published) and stayed. This became my most expensive lesson on the planet and I committed myself  to run The Best Women’s Retreats In The World.

6. I have a fear of settling down.

And at the same time this fear is my biggest gift. I travel all around the world and work with women from every walk of life. The best part: these locations are award winning hotels, resorts and spas, so please don’t  ask me when I plan to settle.

Hi, I'm Sandra.

Let’s break “Hello, nice to meet you” with some fun.
Here are 6 things about me, that I don’t tell in my CV.

1. I’m a nerd that loves to dance.

I can read 5 books a week, dance for 3 hours on reggaeton and will always buy a new online course instead of shoes or bags.

2. I’m so bad with history and geography

But I’m so good with writing yoga programs and teaching you how to breathe, move and meditate.

3. I stopped counting certificates.

I did so many yoga, tao, tantra and spa courses that I stopped counting them. But I still count how many minutes per day I practice. I even have a handbook where I mark down each and every yoga routine I do by myself. (Yup, I design my own practices and I change them every 41 days).

4. I feel electricity when talking in front of a big group of people.

I’m so WOKE and ALIVE when I teach. Really, you should see me.

5. I once vomited on words like goddess, femininity and sacred.

I attended a training where I vomited (literally) every time a teacher mentioned “goddess”, “sacred” or “energy”. I wanted to leave cause the teachers’ attitude towards us was not even close to the letter G in the word goddess but there was no money-back guarantee (and these were my few years savings).

 

So I wrote an article titled How To Run The Worst Women’s Retreat In The World (still not published) and stayed. This became my most expensive lesson on the planet and I committed myself  to run The Best Women’s Retreats In The World.

6. I have a fear of settling down.

And at the same time this fear is my biggest gift. I travel all around the world and work with women from every walk of life. The best part: these locations are award winning hotels, resorts and spas, so please don’t  ask me when I plan to settle.

Some people think I do 2 hours of yoga daily, wear yoga pants everywhere and hate coffee.

Honestly, opposite.