Gisele Ferreira

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Gisele is a creative and resilient entrepreneur with a strong sense of mission and cooperation. Founder of My yoga break and WOGA – Metodologia Integrativa, she actively participates in social entrepreneurship projects, working the population transversely – from children to Seniors. Charismatic and cheerful, she is passionate about life!

Acting as an Organizational Psychologist in the Corporate world for almost 20 years, she has contributed with Private Companies in various sectors, Diplomatic Missions, and has participated actively in Bahrain’s Educational Reform Program.

Yoga was introduced to her life in 2008, during her time in the Middle East. It was in yoga that she found balance and inner peace that allowed her to endure the hectic agenda of her profession at the time. Gradually she fell in love with the philosophy behind the method, and since then has been deepening knowledge in this area.

Over time, yoga and other contemplative forms have gained a bigger space and relevance in her life, and gradually she started transitioning from the Corporate life to this new life.

Gisele’s basic education is in Psychology, and in 2011 she has completed her Postgraduate degree in Oriental Studies at Universidade Católica. She has completed two Yoga Teacher Training recognized by Yoga Alliance International and Yoga Alliance Professionals: one from the perspective of Integral  and Therapeutic Yoga (RYT200), and the other (RYT200) with a different approach focusing on detailed posture alignment and prolonged permanence, where is visible the influence of B. K. S. Iyenger teachings. She has recently completed a Professional Advancement Course in Advance Yoga Studies at Abhyasa Yoga Center (RYT300), and she also has a Certificate in Yoga Kids (RYT50).

She is an active Yoga Teacher and is strongly involved in social and environmental entrepreneurship projects.

Devoted and curious by nature, she is always looking for new Knowledge and new ways to integrate what she has learned into her life and her yoga classes. “This path that I have chosen is a path of constant search, study and sharing.”

Yoga is not a forgotten myth in the past, but the most valuable heritage we have in the present. It is an essential necessity for today and tomorrow’s building. ”- Satyananda

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