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Marina Koutiva

Yoga Instructor

Marina is a dancer and performer, yoga teacher and Thai Yoga Massage (TYM) therapist and a graduate of Biotechnology (Agricultural University of Athens). She has studied modern and classical dance and graduated from the Professional Dance School Rallou Manou in 2012 (Greece). She continued her studies in dance and choreography in Sicily and Brussels, got to know and love physical theatre and instant composition and has participated in performances and videodance projects in Greece and Sicily.

Some intense physical injuries brought her in contact with yoga for the first time, discovering a new way of exercising, coexistence with herself and others, self-development and lifestyle. Injuries turned from an obstacle into a motivation for learning and in 2015 she was certified as a Yoga Teacher 200 hours in Hatha, Vinyasa and Gentle Yoga (Swaha Yoga Center, Greece) and retrained in Prenatal & Postnatal / Mom and Baby Yoga, Yin Yoga, Aerial Unnata Yoga, Arm Balances, Tantric Philosophy & chakras and Yoga Therapeutics for musculoskeletal conditions.

She has been initiated into the art of T Y M since 2010 and to date she has been enriching her therapeutic vocabulary in Athens, Brussels and Thailand, with additional trainings in Dynamic Thai Yoga Massage, Thai Oil massage, Tantric massage, Tok Sen Technique, Aerial massage, Neuromuscular massage and Craniosacral Therapy. She completed her research on neuroscience and the correlation of stress with behavioural patters, psychosomatic symptom expression and Trauma at the University of Athens, successfully completing the training program "Stress & Health Management" and continues to attend conferences on these topics worldwide. Marina now lives and works in Athens, Greece, delivering hatha flow, gentle and prenatal yoga classes and seminars as well as T Y M seminars and sessions.

She continues her yoga journey as a Yoga Teacher Trainer with Tanya Popovich at Shri Gaia's Institute (Yoga Teacher Trainer), further exploring the potential and abilities of the human body and mind and the integration of the therapeutic aspect of yoga and meditation philosophy and practice into daily life.





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