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Susanne Haegele Yoga in Action

Welcome to
Yoga In Action!

This site is about yoga classes, yoga retreats, and yogis changing the world we live in.

Yoga became my passion after I discovered it as a way to heal my health issues.
I began teaching in 2008 in a traditional hatha yoga lineage and later branched out into other styles: yoga nidra, hormone yoga, kids’ yoga, pre- and postnatal yoga (with Birthlight).
I also teach Vinyasa and Yin, which complement each other really well. I have lived and taught in France, Spain and Italy (hence my suggestions on the yoga holidays page) before recently moving to London. My aim is to show students how to use the simple, profoundly effective yogic tools of safe movement, breath, relaxation and meditation in their everyday lives, so they can heal and thrive. To find out what my students say about me, you can visit my yogatrail profile. If you understand French, you can also register (for free) on Yogaconnect and sample 20 hours worth of my classes online, wherever you may be! To find out more about all the brave and optimistic people who are following the yogic principles to make our world a better place, click on the “Yoga for a better world”, where I present projects, films, books and people I feel passionate about.

I teach in English, Spanish, French, German, and Italian.

My current public schedule is: Tuesday VINYASA 1 pm @ West London Buddhist Centre, Notting Hill, and Friday 11:30 am POSTNATAL YOGA with babies and 1 pm PRENATAL YOGA, @ YOGACREATION Canary Wharf. I will also co-host a monthly group meditation event, “Meditate and Mingle“, in Shoreditch, starting on July 5th, 2017.
I hope to see you soon.
Namaste, Susanne.

Latest from Susanne Haegele, Yoga in Action

Some ideas, thoughts and proposals

May 2017 – yoga creates connection

Dear yoginis and yogis, Have you noticed that it seems easier to create a bond with people you meet in yoga studios, during yoga workshops and on retreats [...]

April – “Soil, Soul, Society”: urban ecology with Satish Kumar

Dear yoginis and yogis, as I wrote in this other article, the Indian philosopher and ecologist Satish Kumar is one of the living teachers I most admire and [...]

March – the yoga of food

Dear yoginis and yogis, Your yoga practice can influence what you eat, and what you eat can influence your yoga practice. Did you know that? Many aspiring yogis [...]

February – How is your mindset?

Dear yoginis and yogis, thanks to a recommendation from my friend Simone, I discovered the bestseller “Mindset – changing the way you think to fulfil your potential” by [...]

January – The power of “yogic sleep”

Dear yoginis and yogis, Happy New Year! January is a time for new year’s resolutions, and I am happy to see that many London yoga studios offer “New Year’s [...]

December – “Your body, your yoga”

Dear yoginis and yogis, Two fascinating books I recently discovered reflect a “new trend" in yoga teaching: having studied the human anatomy closely, some teachers are now moving [...]

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