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Ian and Sascha met in Chile in 1999, and have been friends ever since. Together with music and other creative projects Jivamukti Yoga has been a passion that they have shared for several years, both finally taking the Jivamukti Certification but also branching out into different areas of Yoga and Veganism.

SASCHA KAUS

Sascha is a german director, producer and videographer with a strong passion for food, yoga and thai yoga massage.

He fell in love with yoga India in 2011. In the same year he attended his first Jivamukti class in the Jivamukti Yoga Studio Berlin. In 2013 he graduated from the Jivamukti Yoga Teacher Training in New York where he studied with his teachers Ruth Lauer Manenti, Sharon Gannon & David Life. 

Over the last years he has been combining his skills and his passions. Cooking at the Jivamukti Canteen in Berlin, on different retreats in Germany and Ibiza and traveling a lot filming yoga events. 

In 2014 he attended his first Thai Yoga Massage course in the Sunshine House in Greece and returned already two times to be with his teacher Krishnataki and deepen his practice. 

"I am GRATEFUL THAT I AM ABLE TO COMBINE MY SKILLS WITH MY PASSIONS. ESPECIALLY WHEN I GET THE CHANCE TO COOK FOR PEOPLE AND LET THEM EXPERIENCE THE ABBUNDANCE AND JOY A VEGAN DIET CAN BRING INTO YOUR LIFE!"

IAN SZYDLOWSKI ÁLVAREZ

Ian is a chilean visual artist, painter, sculptor and print-maker and an Advanced Certified Jvamukti Yoga Teacher.

He has studied and practiced Yoga for well over 26 years. Starting his practice in an isolated part of the Chilean Patagonia during the early 90's with the only way possible through BKS Iyengar's "Light on Yoga"

In 2001 he moved to New York and for the last 6 years has practiced Jivamukti Yoga in New York City, teaching at the NY Jivamukti Center since last year where he has completed 800hrs of trading and passed his Advanced Certification.

Ian currently resides and teaches in Paris. 

"MY GOAL IS TO CREATE A SAFE JIVAMUKTI METHOD CLASS TO BUILD UP TO CHALLENGING POSES, VARIATIONS AND VINYASAS, BUT ALSO TO MAKE IT A FUN TO HARMONIOUSLY CONNECT OUR HEART AND MIND!"