Alexandra BouterakouHead Aesthetician / Massage Therapist
Panagiota FytanidouMassage Therapist/Aesthetician
Efi PanouMassage Therapist
Mantha KounariMassage Therapist-Aesthetician
Anna KypraiouMassage Therapist-Aesthetician
Sophie ThemelisPilates Instructor
Aphroditi VerrouPilates Instructor
Dimitris FragosPilates Instructor
Maria StylianakiYoga Teacher
Christina ZanniYoga Teacher
Christina Zanni studied acting and set design at the Theater Department of the National School of Fine Arts and at the same time she was introduced to the aerial acrobatics. In 2002 she came in contact with Hatha Yoga, and from 2003 she began practicing Ashtanga Yoga, under the guidance of her teacher, Cliff Barber. In 2006 she traveled to Mysore, South India, where she practiced Ashtanga yoga, at the Mysore Mandala Shala with V.Sheshandri.In 2007, she attended the circus schools: Circo Criollo, Circo Arena and Club de Trapezistas in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where she had courses on different disciplines of aerial acrobatics (silks, trapeze, hoop, rope). In the following years she worked as an aerial acrobat in Greece, teaching and performing with the State Theater of Northern Greece and the Municipal Theater of Crete.From 2010 to 2015, she lived mainly in India and Thailand, studying Thai Yoga Massage (Sunshine Massage School, Chiang Mai), classical indian dance Kathak, Ayurvedic Massage and practicing different traditions of the Buddhist Meditation Vipassana. In 2017 she completed her Ashtanga yoga teacher training, with David Swenson.
Katiana PriovolouPilates Instructor
Katiana Priovolou has graduated from University of Aegean, Department of Shipping, Trade and Transport. She is also a certified yoga and pilates teacher with over seven years of practicing. She has also participated in many seminars about Restorative, Hatha and Transformational Yoga.
Dafni AsimakopoulouAfrican Dance Instructor
Daphne is a dancer, dance teacher, choreographer and musician. She holds a Bachelor (BA) degree in Music (classical piano) and Dance (Bryn Mawr College, USA, 1994) and a Master (MA) degree in Dance Studies and Choreography (Laban Center for Movement and Dance, London, UK,1997). Her passion for West African dance and music inspired her to travel to many places (Guinea, Mali, USA, France, UK, Germany, Italy) to learn from experienced teachers and talented artists in the field. She has studied African dance, song and percussion (doundoun and balafon) with members of Ballets Africains such as Youssouf Koumbassa in Guinea, Moise Kourouma in Mali, Mbemba Bangoura, Djeneba Sako, Michael Marcus, Mangue Sylla, Maguette Camara, Famoro Dioubate, at the Alvin Ailey school and the Wula Dance & Drum Retreat in New York, at Centre Momboye in Paris and at Mama Africa festival in Tuscany.She has been teaching and performing since 2000 at dance studios, schools, cultural centers and educational/arts festivals throughout Greece. In 2014 she began training in ‘Primitive Expression’, a form of Dance Therapy. In 2015 she began teaching ‘African Healing Dance’ workshops at the Be-in Festival for the Healing Arts in Portugal and dance classes at Drum in the Sun in Thailand. Throughout her teaching years, Daphne has progressively discovered and focused on the healing aspects of African Dance. Her love for this ancient tradition continues to grow along with her wish to share it with people all over the world.