Sarah Emilie

Co-founder and Teacher

Sarah likes to work a lot with the breath in her classes, maybe due to her many years of practicing pranayama on and of the mat, and meditation is always integral to her yoga teaching. With a background i Anusara Yoga Sarah teaches a mix of flows and more static practice always focused on connecting with and growing from the ground. As a teacher her main focus is holding space for your journey to the self and guiding you through a moving meditation. Every single minute spend on your mat is worth honouring and Sarah always makes time for contemplation.

Beyond teaching yoga at The Yoga Flat, she spends time with therapy clients and groups practicing SOURCE Process and Breathwork. Besides running two yoga studios with her brother Nicolai, Sarah shares her life with her two children and her husband.



Co-founder and Teacher

Nicolai is a technique junkie whose classes centre around body awareness, anatomy and mindful movement.




Chris is well acquainted with the trials, tribulations and levelers of modern life. In his teens and twenties, Chris was a competitive athlete, but suffered from more than his fair share of quite serious injuries. In parallel to this, Chris has developed a strong business career, directing the strategy of a leading Technology firm. However throughout his life, Chris has also suffered from mental illness. These tough times brought Chris into the practice and teaching of Yoga and Yoga continues to play a hugely important role in his life in an ever-present effort to stay balanced and happy. Chris brings his own unique personality, experience and passion to each class, where there is always a focus on connection to your breath and your body cultivating a strong and healthy mind. So expect calming meditation, centering pranayama, and both grounding and other sensory techniques to take your awareness on a journey inwards. Chris always has a strong focus for thought and safety during practice. You will get lots of detailed guidance and adjustments to help you get the most out of your time on the matt, and the most important thing, look forward to a nice long Savasana after practice.




Follow your intuition listen to your breath and connect to the ground underneath you. Cipa loves to guide you into flows connecting the mind and the body to the sound of your breath. Grounding yourself and calming the body through movement and breath work, giving yourself a break from everything around you is what you can expect in Cipas classes. A calm and lovely voice will guide you through flows and the more technical stuff and sometimes the challenge is to soften and be slow and sometimes it’s to find power and strength trying new poses you’ve never tried before. Cipa is a singer so you can always expect her to finish the class with a little bit of singing in Shavasana. She has educated herself through several TTC's both in Denmark and India and loves to teach Vinyasa, Hatha and sometimes be inspired by Ashtanga.




Faye loves to create a great flow in her classes which are practised in a mindful and fun way, spiced with some technically challenging poses. Her flow classes rooted in her trainings in Mandala Vinyasa, Rocket, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Yin and Tantric Meditation. An exploration of the inner landscapes, Faye’s Yoga classes are the concoction of fiery flows and deep stillness. With laughter and bliss in her light-hearted classes, come and seek the internal and external balance of sweetness and intensity. Tune out to tune in to what is really real. You will find Faye, who teaches under the name Wildest Yoga, in studios around Copenhagen. Half Singaporean, a large portion of her time each year is spent traveling around Asia, exploring new places on small budgets and diving in to local cultures.




Katrine is a good mix of yoga teacher and an everyday gastronomy nerd with a special love for plant-based food. By integrating fundamentals of health and gastronomy Katrine focusses on making food something that stimulates all of our senses and – just like yoga nourishes more than just our physical body. Tuning in the present moment and the felt sense of being physical is key in Katrines classes. A fascination of how yoga can be a powerful tool to become present is what drives Katrines classes. She draws your awareness into the body guides you to connect your breath with the movement creating a space for your practice to potentially turn into a moving meditation that quiets the monkey mind. Her classes are Vinyasa-inspired, and she is currently exploring the concept of Ladder Flows, which means building up a long flow step-by-step by stacking movements on top of each other. It’s a fun, flowy and sweaty practice that really encourages your mind to let go. 




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According to Stis yoga is a good conversation with the Self. With a background in dancing Stis is a big alignment nerd who love to teach creative, curious and fun flows where breath and body moves as one. She teaches Rasa style yoga with awareness that each body is its own temple. Stis has a big love for yoga philosophy and always coins regular classes to themes based on myths and old scriptures. She mainly teaches mindful vinyasa classes with time for pranayama and meditation practice. Besides regular yoga classes Stis teaches Beyonce yoga where dance moves and yoga moves is mixed and spiced up by tunes of Beyoncé, making the space on the yoga mat playful and fierce.




Julie is a yogini, a seeker, a mama and a priestess. Her teachings are characterized by capturing and play with themes from the yoga mystics that can be translated into our daily lives. Julie’s daily practice is a combination of invigorative flow, where creative freedom takes flight and inspirational transformation happens, with ancient rituals, meditation and song. She LOVES mantras and mudras and when she teach restorative yoga, yoga nidra and meditation she teach devotedly and with deep reflection in her own journey. 




Melika is devoted to the practise of returning home to ones most authentic self. In her classes she will invite every cell of your being to arrive on the mat, using the felt sense of your body as a vehicle for deeper experiences. You can expect to be guided through a mix of slow flows and more static poses. Meditation is an integral part of the classes, whether it being seated meditation or bringing that meditative awareness into a moving practise.

Her aim is to guide you in a way that allows you to feel you have agency of your practise of yoga – and life, making yoga an expression of you.

Her teachings have roots in the tradition of Embodied Flow, tantric philosophy and body therapeutics, due to her ongoing education as a Manuvision therapist. As the lover of stilness that she is, she spends a lot of her time in nature with her two horses to balance out the stimulating life on Nørrebro.




Natacha is a dreamer and flowy like the wind. She loves teaching vinyasa flows but also have a curiosity for mind and breathwork. Yoga for her is a way to live and connect whit life. Her classes are often explorative, themed and talks to your body and mind. She is loving and connection between people is very important to her so after class you are always welcome to sit down with a cup of tea and talk with her about what ever comes to mind. In class you will be guided through modern flows that are created upon knowledge from very old Indian philosophy. You can not do anything wrong by being yourself but you can always learn and challenge yourself. Join Natacha’s class for a fun, loving, explorative and creative yoga practice. 




Jacqueline is known for her easy going and light-hearted approach to the wisdom of yoga. She loves sharing her devotion to help awaking fully to ones journey in LIFE.

She skilfully weaves philosophy, mantras, mudras, pranayama and meditation into well sequenced and alignment based classes for all levels. Expect amazing music and singing, to move your body and mind - and to be invited to show up fully both on and off the mat.

Her many years of studies, teachings and sharings are based on Tantric philosophy, Anusara and Rasa Yoga. She holds a master degree in psychology and carefully connects this knowledge with the ancient wisdom of yoga, for the modern day yogi to become fully aware in all aspects of life.




Hrönn is known for her profound devotion to waking up to the fullness of LIFE, her willingness to be a vessel for the ancient wisdom of the yoga tradition and to evoke the transformational potentiality of every experience. 

Her classes skilfully weave mantra, pranayama, meditation, mudra and philosophy throughout intelligently-sequenced, alignment-based flows and her studies are primarily grounded in Tantrik philosophy, Anusara and Rasa yoga, Ayurveda, anatomy and the therapeutic aspects of yoga. In Hrönn’s classes you can expect sometimes to flow, sometimes to practice nerdy alignment techniques but always to breathe, contemplate questions and connect to spirit and source, in whichever way you see it. 

Having taught more than 7000 classes, Hrönn’s ability to read the room and hold space offers her students a safe and honouring practice that empowers the individual and yet strengthening our intrinsic connection to each other. 




When Christine stumbled upon Strala yoga, she found her way home. She has completed more than 600 hours of training with the Strala yoga faculty and is now sharing this way of being and moving on as well as off the mat. It’s a practice of ease and softness that nurtures your mind and body and helps you find your way back to your true natural self. Her classes can be anything from super restorative and calm to super challenging and playful but they will always be centered around ease, flow state, natural movement, and self-care. She guides an internal practice of connecting, and encourages you to move and live from how you feel. Less thinking, more feeling.




Pernille Aven is a sorceress entrepreneur of heart, a yoga teacher, mentor and magic facilitator. Her teachings aim to inspire, empower and connect you deeper to your Self, through playful exploration, intuitive listening and bodily wisdom.

With more than 10 years of teaching experience Pernille Aven gracefully guides her students with precision, love and humor. She is a gifted storyteller and weaves the connection between body, mind and soul through myths, movements and ancient practices, so the students feel the connection to their own source of wisdom within, while she holds the space for them to transform and experience the divine come alive.




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Louise Timm


Pre-natal Yoga Teacher

Louise has taught pre and post-natal yoga for 4 years, and  when she doesn't not teach she assists women as a doula both at home births and at hospital births. Before diving deep into the wonders of the female body louise has been teaching yoga for ten years. Together with doula and life coach Karina Isolde Balslev Louise is the the second half of Copenhagen Doulas offering workshops on birth preparation helping parents to be to create a safe and memorable birth experience.