© Miriam Raneburger

Kate’s power animal is the eagle. With the ability to soar to heights other birds merely dream of, the Eagle is a powerful animal totem that offers lessons about looking closely at the most minute of details in order to see life from a broader perspective. When this graceful hunter comes into your life, it’s time to look inward with a careful eye. Allow your heart to guide you, and opportunities you never dreamed were possible will present themselves when you least expect it.

RYT® 200hours YA certified, London (YogaLondon)
Sports and English Teacher (Mag.)


© Miriam Raneburger

Carolina’s power animal is the moose. Be inspired by the moose who’s clumsy and graceful and strange and breathtaking at the same time. For the moose, attitude makes a whole lot of difference. Stay cool even when things are not working out, and remember not to sweat it! The moose totem encourages you to be proud of your achievements and do your part to share your gifts with others.

RYT® 200hours  YA certified, Himalayan Yoga Biss, India

RYT® 200hours YA certified, FROG LOTUS YOGA, Imaginabel Graz mit Maria Abel und Gilda Goharian
Studies Sports and English – Teaching Degree (Karl Franzens Universität Graz)



Steph’s power animal is the elephant. They think things through before saying or acting on anything. Elephants know when to state their piece and know when to speak their mind. They are patient and persevering.The elephant spirit animal represents strength and power and help with balance, stability, and security.
RYT® 200hours YA certified FROG LOTUS YOGA, Imaginabel Graz mit Maria Abel und Gilda Goharian
Studium Kulturanthropologie und Europäische Ethnologie (Karl Franzens Universität Graz)