Once you connect with yourself, it is impossible to be lonely or desperate.

Bryant McGill


Let's connect... Whakawhanaunga

Whakawhanaunga means in Te Reo Maori: having good relations, getting together, getting to know one another, getting along, nurturing good relations, making friends 😊


Kia Ora - we love to hear from you!

Let me know what you need, and where you are at with your Yoga & Health journey, whether it is about getting started, or getting back into it, or creating progress in a certain individual way, and how I could help?


Namaste 🙏


Everything is connected
and connection is everything.

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Maja's classes are always fun and relaxing. She's very attentive to the needs of the students whether they are at beginner or advanced levels, always ensuring the well-being and comfort of everyone and positively encouraging. I like Maja's approach to teach yoga from a holistic perspective, not just as a physical health practice, but also incorporating the emotional, mental and spiritual aspects offered by yoga practice.    Kia Tan

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