Gregor Maehle & Monica Gauci teach classical eight-limbed yoga.
Gregor and Monica each began their yoga journeys in 1978. They met in India in 1995 both there in the pursuit of studying yoga. Together they created 8 Limbs, directed a yoga studio for 21 years, have published six textbooks on yoga and more recently their blog site, Chintamani Yoga.
They live remotely, on a mountain, surrounded by ancient rainforest and overlooking the Pacific ocean. Individually and together they offer workshops and teacher trainings from their home and all over the world.
WORKSHOPS & EVENTS
We currently teach workshops and teacher trainings in Australia, Bali, Japan and across Europe and South America. We offer 200 to 500-hour registered trainings.
Your invitations are welcome.
Workshops and events with Gregor Maehle and Monica Gauci are held worldwide. They include modules of our teacher training which are open to any students wishing to learn more and deepen their understanding on a particular subject. All levels are welcome.
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Due to strong interest we are offering a rerun of our popular Pranayama module. This time in Italy.
Our mission is to equip our teachers with the skills, understanding and knowledge that they can experience the transformative power of yoga. We are committed to giving you an authentic experience with the highest quality of teaching, in a supportive, nurturing environment.
Gregor’s five textbooks cover all the limbs of yoga and more. They have sold more than 85,000 copies worldwide and have been translated into eight foreign languages. Monica has authored a manual on how to make Ashtanga Yoga safe and accessible to beginner students.
Par excellence! I particularly appreciated both the academic rigor and deep spiritual practice both Monica and Gregor have invested in probably what is now 80 years between them. Brilliance, love and humour shines through in their giving themselves to teaching yoga, in which I thoroughly relaxed and enjoyed and, I shall take with me to eternity. Namaste.