Welcome to ISHTA Yoga in Munich!

Explore Sabine´s English ISHTA Yoga - discover a yoga practice that resonates with your individual body and soul

Weekly ZOOM Yoga Class

Fridays, 5:30pm CEST (11:30am EDT / 8:30am PDT)

No matter where these times find you stuck or locked down - you can join from ANYWHERE via ZOOM to experience physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being

All levels. 75 minutes. Donation based. 

Next Class Friday, July 3

Keeping Cool This Summer: A Pitta Pacifying Practice

In summer  the Pitta dosha tends to accumulate in our system. Symptoms can show on any level of our being - physical, emotional and mental: We might experience physical and emotional heat waves, mental burn outs, irritation, anger, frustration, meeting our control freak.... We also could be suffering from inflammation, rashes or digestive imbalances. Fortunately there are some very potent remedies Ayurveda and yoga provide to deal with and heal these conditions or prevent them from manifesting in the first place. Join this week's Friday ZOOM drop-in class to allow you to cool off in the face of physical, emotional and mental bouts of heat. 

FREE Unlimited 30 Day Trial for Yoga International Content - Including My ISHTA Classes Online 

During this time when so many of us are facing unprecedented challenges and changes, I would like to support your practice and help you stay connected. 

I have partnered with Yoga International to help you bring your yoga practice home. This means that you can start taking online classes on Yoga International right away, and best of all, that I will be adding my own ISHTA classes, tips and practices directly to Yoga International so that you can continue to practice with ISHTA Yoga München in the coming days!

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You get immediate access to Yoga International's vast library of classes, articles, member courses, and programs with expert teachers as well as to the ISHTA classes I will be uploading in the next days.


Find a practice that resonates with your individual soul.


Sabine's ISHTA Yoga teachings recognize the uniqueness of each individual and tailor the practice to meet the student's individual abilities, needs and goals.

Small groups for the monthly YogaClassShops as well as special workshops such as Chakra Meditation Workshop or Self-Marma Workshop allow for this individual attention.


Sabine´s teachings reflect the ISHTA philosophy to tailor the yoga practice to the individual rather than fitting the individual to the practice. Instead of aiming for the "perfect posture", poses are selected, sequenced, and modified to suit individual abilities, needs, and goals and accommodate different and changing levels of strength, flexibility as well as personal histories of stress, injury etc.


Sabine's style is profound and challenging for body, mind and soul. She combines vinyasa (flowing with breath) and holding asanas (postures) to build strength and flexibility with pranayama (breathing techniques), visualization, and meditation.


The science of Ayurveda, the traditional system of health and longevity, is the backbone of Sabine's teachings. Ayurvedic wisdom inspires the class sequence in order to restore the student's prakriti (individual inherent state of homeostasis). As part of the Ayurvedic science, Marma  - balancing the flow of prana or subtle (electromagnetic) energy by applying pressure on specific vital points in the physical body - is also integral to Sabine's classes. 


About ISHTA Yoga


ISHTA has a two-fold meaning: In Sanskrit, the word Ishta means "personalized", or "individualized" or - in the rich connotations of the Sanskrit language: "that which resonates with the individual being". Recognizing the uniqueness of the individual, ISHTA yoga helps you to find your own unique practice that will best fit your individual needs and development.


ISHTA is also an acronym for Integrated Science of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda. Hatha is the physical practice of asana, or yoga postures, Tantra is the yogic philosophy acknowledging our inherent perfection, while Ayurveda emcompasses the Indian science of healing. 

Yogiraj Alan Finger and his father Mani Finger, who had been initiated into yoga by Yogananda, created ISHTA yoga, blending the ancient and contemporary sciences of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda to give each student an understanding of how to incorporate aspects and tools from various yoga styles and practices in a way that best suits their individual paths.  

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