Selina Gullery is a qualified linguist, language, and yoga teacher, and intuitive cook. She imparts her knowledge with insight and passion, drawing on decades of study and practice. Her yoga practice is informed with her passion for psychology, somatic movement, music, poetry, and traditional Chinese practices of movement and their underlying healing properties. She imparts her knowledge with insight and passion, drawing on decades of study and practice.
Yoga Alliance RYT 500 (Yoga)
Tatiana Urquiza has more than 30 years of training in integrative body therapy for growth, insight, healing, and transformation through yoga, meditation, breath, mindfulness, psychology, somatics, alignment, intuitive skills training, and conflict resolution. Her motto is to have fun while you’re at it.
Gaelle Devic is the co-owner of Layama in Aix-en-Provence, the organizer of the "Festival de Yoga en Provence", and is a certified Vinyasa, Yin yoga, and aerial instructor. In her teaching, she shares with her students a profound grace and compassion as she guides them into the natural rhythm of life.
In her more than 20 years of training and teaching creative conscious exploration, the lovely devi, Geraldine, opens spaces of sensitivity and guides her students to listen to the subtle rhythms within the body, using the tools of yoga, free dance, symbolism, natural medicine, and nature.
Over 10 years of sharing the ancient wisdom of traditional acupuncture, Sibille’s work promotes the balancing of yin and yang, the harmonious circulation of energy, and models how to integrate these teachings into daily life. She is co-owner of Layama and L’Agence Bien-Être in Aix-en-Provence.
Carmen Urquiza’s practice in soul work as a medical intuitive emphasizes empowering an experience of self-discovery and is supported by a doctorate in esoteric philosophy and hermetic science, a master in intuitive diagnostics, and a bachelor of science in graphic design, painting, illustration, and photography. She comes from a lineage of shamans / healers from her roots in the Tarahumara tribe in Chihuahua, Mexico.