Aisha B (aka Alive Yogini) started her yoga journey in 2011 at Namaste. She found the space for love, playfulness and self expression through yoga. Her curiosity to learn more about yoga lead her to completing the RYT 200 in Feb 2014 and she's been teaching and continuing to fall in love ever since.
She continues to grow in her journey and enjoys gaining knowledge and experience from different teachers across the world, her teaching has largely been influenced by Clara Roberts-Oss.
Aisha received a strong calling to share yoga with children, following her heart, she got certified in kids yoga through the GroovyKids yoga training and the Rainbow Kids yoga training programmes.
Adult or child, you'll find playfulness, nurturing and a sense of grounding in her classes.
Aisha Fakhro RYT200
Aisha’s Yoga journey has been inspired by Yoga’s celebration of individuality, and how that attitude can then be applied off the mat throughout our life experiences. Infinitely curious, she is passionate about finding ways to make complicated matters feel simple and attainable, especially when it involves understanding our bodies and thought processes. Her classes lead students through a fluid Vinyasa flow that blends playful challenges and nourishing movements, helping us connect to our untapped potential as well as our bodies’ natural ability to self-heal. She loves giving students the space to discover that they are capable of more than they ever imagined. With regular practice, students can expect to get stronger, move with mindfulness and ease (on and off the mat), develop a sense of playfulness, and feel uplifted as they start to increasingly believe in their own potential.
Batool Al Rahma RYT200
Introduced to Yoga in April 2011, Batool was quickly inspired by its life changing beauty in working the mind and body. Her inspiration has quickly materialised to signing up for a teacher training in 2014 and receiving her certification from Namaste Bahrain. Passionate about core-strength, her teaching style is vinyasa flow and shares her love of Yoga in her classes.
Abeer Bader RYT200
As part of her decision to adopt an active lifestyle upon graduation, Abeer was unexpectedly introduced to yoga in 2013 and it has been a constant growing journey ever since. Coming from a corporate field, where deadlines appear in every corner and meetings set the course of the day, Abeer recognized the fast-paced life that was shaping her world and learnt to find peace and stillness on the mat. Yoga soon became the anchor that always pulled her back into the preset.
Curious to learn more on the ancient philosophies that go behind the practice, she completed her RYT 200 training in Namaste and this has brought deep emotional, spiritual, and physical change to her life. Since then, she has been keen to share her learning in efforts to trigger the light of this change on others.
With a hardcore gym history, and a recent mix with martial arts, Abeer's approach is intended to challenge the mind, instill patience, build strength, while cherishing the body as the temple that it is.
Dana Yousif RYT200
Dana has always been one to dabble in a bit of everything, but yoga has been the one thing that remained constant in her life. Her yoga journey began in 2010 and has since enjoyed the learning and growth process every step of the way. Dana's teaching style incorporates a flow that helps you connect as well as challenge your limits. She enjoys different yoga styles but mainly Vinyassa, Aerial as well as a bit of Savasana! Dana finally got certified as Yoga teacher with Namaste
Her other interests besides yoga include traveling, reading and cute puppies.
Danielle Holding RYT200
Danielle Holding is a registered yoga teacher (RYT 200) and prenatal yoga teacher (RPYT) with Yoga Alliance. Having always led an active lifestyle, she was first drawn to yoga for the physical aspect of the practice. After her first class in Canada in 2010, she fell in love with how her body and mind felt after yoga. She explored different classes with a variety of different teachers, and yoga became a welcome break from a demanding career.
After moving to Bahrain in 2014, she began to deepen her practice and incorporate yoga into daily life, rather than just when she "needed a break". Danielle completed her 200hr teacher training at Namaste Bahrain in February 2016 and has been teaching and sharing the joy of practicing yoga ever since. In July 2017 she completed her 85hr prenatal vinyasa yoga training with Jennifer More. She hopes to help women see the positive effects a vinyasa style prenatal class can provide during pregnancy. Danielle is always eager to continue her yoga education, and takes part in workshops and training whenever she can. Danielle aims to provide a safe and encouraging space for every student attending her class. She enjoys teaching dynamic vinyasa flow, restorative, and prenatal classes that incorporate breath work, alignment, and finding balance in body and mind. She also enhances her classes by using essential oils for aromatherapy. Apart from yoga, Danielle is a prairie girl at heart who loves spending time with family, friends, and planning life's next adventure with her husband. She enjoys spending time outdoors in nature, travelling, cooking wholesome food, and has a soft spot in her heart for animals.
Frederique Pellerin RYT200, BASI® Pilates
Following a own practice of more than 10 years in both Yoga and Pilates with different teachers from various horizon, Frederique decided to become a teacher herself to share the wonderful benefit of both practices, as she believes that Yoga and Pilates could benefit everyone. She is very active and busy in her daily life, and yoga allow her to stay connected. Graduated from BASI® Pilates (Comprehensive Program) in 2016 and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT 200) in 2017.
Sergio Miranda RYT500
Sergio has practiced Yoga for about ten years, starting with Kundalini Yoga and slowly shifting to Hatha and Vinyasa styles. Two years ago he took his first formation as a Yoga Instructor in Dharamshala, India, in Hatha Yoga of the Sivananda tradition. Recently he traveled again to the Goa, India, to do his second formation in a Multi-Style school, practicing Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga and Yin Yoga, among other styles, and obtaining his Advanced Yoga Instructor - 500RYT certification. Being an artist who has worked for years with Photography and other creative media, his classes are defined by a creative style, introducing meditation, pranayama and gentle flows. Along side his daily photography career he now shares his yoga practice teaching students in Middle East.
Kaeb Al Gosaibi RYT200
Over the years my yoga practice went through ups, downs, lefts and rights. From dreading to get on my mat, to only practicing Pranayama, from becoming obsessed with inversions, to loving sun salutations which I so hated one day, from only practicing with an instructor, to loving my alone practice time, from practicing to heal to practicing to surrender. Yes! my yoga mat is my magic carpet it took me to all those places, it holds my secrets, it accepts my weakness and celebrates my strength :) I hope that I will be able to show my students the thrill of mastering and breathing through a difficult pose and the contentment that comes with holding and smiling while in a grounding pose, the joy of toning our bodies while quieting our minds. Namaste
Magdalena Milhoux RYT500
RYT 500 yoga teacher trained in multi style yoga in Hyderabad and Goa, India, with over 800 taught hours. My yoga philosophy is extremely simple : when I practise yoga life is good , when I don`t practise yoga life becomes more difficult. Yoga is a shield in everything I do... My ultimate goal as a yoga teacher is to make my students feel good about themselves and about everything that surrounds them but also to help them create the right conditions for their bodies so that they can do what they are designed to do in life for as long as possible with as little pain as possible.
Ranya Bushehri RYT200
Starting at young age, Ranya has always been passionate about fitness and trying new activities, after being frustrated and getting injured from different sports, she finally found Yoga, a practice that satisfied her need for a rush and the same time balance the mind. At age 17 her love for Yoga began and ever since she has been learning from different teachers and continues to learn as her journey goes.
What drives her is her love to help others with their journey because of how much Yoga has helped her with physically accepting her body, and mentally as well as Yoga gives you a fresh perspective of what is important every time you step on the mat.
Sara Abdulla RYT200
Sara’s ever evolving yoga journey of moving with injuries, pregnancy, and motherhood has taught her that the only constant is change and one size definitely does not fit all.
Sara’s approach to yoga is one that honors that inner voice and encourages a deeper connection with the body to cultivate a practice that is nourishing, intuitive and transformational. She is a certified prenatal and postnatal yoga teacher (RPYT).
Weam Zabar ERYT500
Certified Yoga Instructor and Reiki Level 4 Healer and the founder of Namaste. Weam's teaching style is fluid, creative and fun. Her Yoga journey started in 2007 and nothing remained the same. Seeing how Yoga nurtured her life she left behind a demanding corporate job to dedicate her to guiding others and sharing their journey home. Namaste since has helped hundreds of students taste the sweetness of the Yoga practice.
Her enthusiasm, curiosity, energy, compassion and passion are contagious. She believes that everyone has an "edge" and whilst she is a firm believer that this edge is very different for individuals, she enjoys watching people grow from taking themselves to places that both challenge and respect where we are at in our journeys. Weam encourages both the fun that comes with movement and peace that comes with stillness.