Our Yoga studio combines traditional knowledge with modern research

AT OUr classes, people are filled with energy, rebooting and relaxing

in the studio, we focus on psychology and emotions. By doing this, we are trying to convey the importance of conscious life, the importance of living with our emotions

HOW THE INNSAEI STUDIO APPEARED

Innsaei yoga studio was founded in May 2020.

There is The Miners coffee upstairs, which means that you can always enjoy delicious coffee or work there before or after yoga. You can come to yoga with friends, and then spend time together in a coffee shop.

By the way, it was the owner of The Miners coffee who suggested a room for yoga, when Alina, the founder of the studio, just came to drink coffee. On that day, she did not even suspect that her life and the lives of many people would turn 180 degrees.

The InnSaei project itself has a long history. The project originally consisted of a series of women's lectures and retreats and then gradually developed into a studio, which is now located at Jiřího z Poděbrad.
OUR MISSION
We create the space where you take care of yourself, your body and mind through yoga, meditation and breathing practices.

The space where everyone will find something for themselves: recharge, inspiration, balance, exercise or relaxation.

The space where you will be safe, comfortable and interested.
the InnSaei studio
Those who create
atmosphere of
Our teachers have been practicing yoga for a long time, constantly developing and learning from teachers all over the world
Hatha yoga, sound therapy, om healing, mantra story
Alina Khairulina
Founder of the InnSaei yoga studio
Alina Khairulina
Founder of the InnSaei yoga studio
Hatha yoga, sound therapy, om healing, mantra story
I have been practicing yoga for 12 years now. When I was 17, my mother took me to yoga class, and I really liked feeling my body, stretching it. But only after a while I noticed that yoga affects me both inside and outside. So, I fell in love with yoga, and then, thanks to regular practice, I cured my gastritis.

Having moved to Prague, I immersed myself more in the philosophy of yoga, began to communicate with like-minded people, but yoga has so far remained only a small part of my life.

I have always dreamed of doing something useful in life, helping people. Therefore, I graduated from being a social worker in Prague, but after that, I realized that social work helps people only on a superficial level but does not help them mentally.

Once a friend asked me: "Why haven’t you been teaching yoga yet?" I thought about it and began to teach yoga to my friends while attending the courses of the Czech Academy of Yoga. They taught me how to teach very well, but it wasn’t so good in sense of asanas adjustment, so I started to travel to India, to deepen my knowledge.

In India, I realized that my dream world had become a reality. Everything is saturated with yoga philosophy there. Thus began my countless trips to the capital of yoga, when I also studied Ayurveda, meditation, and philosophy. And during my third trip, I met my second Indian teacher, who turned my yoga world upside down by teaching me the detailed adjustment of asanas. On that trip, I grew a lot as a teacher.

Almost immediately, I opened my first yoga studio. It was a difficult period in my life, the studio wasn’t successful, but I reached a new level of understanding my classes. Gradually I came to the concept of Yoga inside the City. I even participated in several projects with this ideology. And after based on this philosophy, I opened InnSaei yoga studio, already my third studio.

Now I specialize more in individual lessons, but sometimes I also conduct group classes. I am doing my own online Self-balance marathon, which helps people to find their real selves. In addition, I conduct Ayurvedic consultations and collect herbs for various illnesses.
Hatha yoga, Balancing yoga, yoga for lymphatic system, power yoga
Sasha Korneeva
Certified Hatha yoga instructor
Sasha Korneeva
Certified Hatha yoga instructor

Hatha yoga, Balancing yoga, yoga for lymphatic system, power yoga
I didn’t fall in love with yoga immediately. It was a long way. I tried yoga in fitness centers, but I didn’t like it at all, and frankly, I didn’t understand why other people are so in love with it.

Later, I had a difficult period in my life. I was looking for some kind of system that would help me get out of my depressed state. And then yoga came to my mind again. I asked Alina who is a good teacher in Prague. At that time Alina just started to teach yoga, so instead of recommendations, she invited me to become her first student. I said yes. Then my changes began. Not right away, I was changing slowly and painfully, but still, with the help of yoga, I got out of the state that bothered me so much.

I didn't just feel better. I have changed. Yoga has changed me. The puzzle pieces were the same, but they formed differently, into a different picture, into a different me.

I started teaching because I wanted to share with people. After all, I felt that yoga helped me, and I wanted it to help others.

Alina went to India and asked me to replace her for a couple of weeks. So it all coincided. Then I formed my own group of students.

I went to India to study, attended various seminars, and deepened my knowledge. I wanted to share it with my students so badly.

The most valuable thing in teaching for me is how the well-being of people changes. How it changes in the moment - after the class they say that they feel better "now" than "before" the practice. How it changes in the long term - health, well-being improves, connection with your body and your life is being established. And it is incredibly important for me that I was able to become such a guide and helped someone change their life for the better.

I really like to select the practice individually for each person. Even in group classes I try to feel the general mood of the group - whether they want to focus on balance today, work their backs, or sweat hard with the help of power asanas.
Nastya Skvortsova
Smart Yoga, Sensual Yoga
Сertified Hatha yoga instructor, author of educational programs and methodological yoga manuals
Nastya Skvortsova
Сertified Hatha yoga instructor, author of educational programs and methodological yoga manuals

Smart Yoga, Sensual Yoga
For several years I tried yoga, and it was rather an attempt to wet my feet on the shore without going deep.

The real immersion happened only after my volunteer trip to a dance project in a camp with a promising motto "A place where people bloom." People in this place were united by something important - the desire to live, to love, to manifest, to get to know themselves and to speak in body language. I remember sitting on the wooden floor of house number 108 - we were told that real yoga begins outside the yoga mat. I believed it and did not regret it.

Then there were different directions, teachers, retreats, and even a long-awaited trip to India, after which my tectonic plates moved inside me for a very long time.

A human and his structure from the point of view of physiology, anatomy and psychology have always evoked in me this sincere delight and a desire to understand it deeper. Although, I have always been weak in body, often ill. Since childhood, I have studied the body processes in theory, but dreamed of going beyond the textbook in practice. Yoga, on the other hand, opened the way for me to enjoy movement without violence against myself, became a fulcrum to begin to listen to myself and to unite all parts of my personality.
Polina Usova
Hatha yoga
Сertified instructor of Hatha, prenatal and postnatal yoga


Polina Usova
Certified instructor of Hatha, prenatal and postnatal yoga

Hatha yoga
I was brought to yoga by the banal tiredness of monotonous workouts in the gym and interest in everything new. Since I was a child, I have been involved in various sports, and after moving to Prague, my physical activity became boring.

I was lucky to learn from Alina, who introduced me to real yoga and then from her teacher. I went to India, took different courses, and fully fell in love with yoga.

I have been teaching traditional hatha yoga for 3 years. I like the integrated approach and diversity in practice, but I am against fanaticism. In my classes, we perform not only standard asanas, but also gentle joint warm-ups, meditations, and breathing practices. I explain the meaning of the terms and the basic principles of yoga. At the end of my class, we have aromatherapy, mantras, and complete relaxation. I always adapt the practice for both beginners and intermediate students.

I am an ordinary person. The same as you. My goal is to bring yoga to the masses. Therefore, I focus on practical information and help you integrate it into your daily life. I am against the stereotype that yoga is available to only those who do not eat meat, get up at dawn and preach Hinduism.
Kunney Gotovtseva
Ashtanga yoga
Сertified teacher of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga
Kunney Gotovtseva
Certified teacher of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga
I’m from Yakutia, and I have been living in the Czech Republic for almost half of my life. I practice and teach Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, and I am very grateful that yoga has entered my life, it happened 6 years ago.

And 3 years ago, my love for Ashtanga yoga intensified even more after a trip to Mysore - the place where Ashtanga was born. I got my teaching certificate there.

Since then, I have been teaching - first I assisted my teacher, and then gradually began to lead my own classes.

I am an adherent of the traditional school. Sometimes it's not that fun and easy. Ashtanga does not give us false sensations of comfort.

This is the essence - to get out of your comfort zone. But it is important at the same time to stay in balance - not to force and not injure yourself, not to chase your ego. Be able to observe the physical and mental state.

This is what I love about Ashtanga. And I bring it into my classes.

Many people think that yoga is only about flexibility and calmness. But for me, yoga is about controlling the mind and body. Once you can control your body, you can do the same with your mind.

My classes always start with breathing. Then we start our practice. I am not only showing asanas, but I explain each of them to my students.

If I see that someone is making mistakes, I will go over and correct them. And if I see that a person can go deeper into the asana, I will help him/her do it. I try to work with each one individually.

We are all different. But we all strive for excellence. This is how I was taught. And I follow this in my classes.
Nastya Pagliacci
Vinyasa yoga, Hatha yoga
Certified yoga instructor RYT200 from Yoga Alliance, face yoga instructor, sound and vibration therapist
Nastya Pagliacci
Certified yoga instructor RYT200 from Yoga Alliance, face yoga instructor, sound and vibration therapist

Vinyasa yoga, Hatha yoga
I first tried yoga when I was diagnosed with scoliosis. I had to wear a special corset all over my body. It made me so sad that I cried in a friend's attic and forgot the corset there. And after that, I started practicing yoga. «Anything is better than this stupid corset», - I thought. My practice wasn’t regular and wasn't specific for the back – it was just normal yoga. Even though I felt better - my back straightened.

Then I noted a special lightness and energy boost after classes. I loved it! I even secretly wanted strict regularity and discipline to force myself to practice every day.

I started teaching on maternity leave because I had a strong desire to do something that helps people and changes their quality of life.

I know that yoga changes you, it does not make you happy, but it acts as a pendulum on a deep journey into yourself, where under the sands of imposed values, under the noise of other people's voices, all the clues are found.

The purpose of my classes is to explain and adjust the asanas so that the student can practice alone even at home. The mix of positions for strength and stretching allows you to develop muscle strength and improve your posture. The final relaxation in Savasana, accompanied by a sound-vibration massage with a Tibetan bowl, will deeply relax and fill you with energy for new achievements.
Evgeniya Katalevskaya
Content strategist
Evgeniya Katalevskaya
Content strategist
I was interested in yoga from the age of 16, but the town I was from did not give me any choice of directions and teachers. All attempts to integrate yoga into my everyday life were then unsuccessful.
Therefore, having received an invitation to work for the InnSaei project, I immediately agreed, although I was not then immersed in yoga and its philosophy. I just understood that this is something that makes a lot of sense, and therefore I wanted to work on it.

I started to work and immediately fell in love with the project. Thanks to the variety of classes, the atmosphere in the team, the teachers, and the mission of the project - to help people find their real selves.

Every day, the work on the promotion and content of the studio slowly turns into dependence on yoga.

Most of all I like to notice my feelings after different classes: after Vinyasa I run home with a bunch of ideas inside my head; after balancing yoga, I clearly feel my body and the connection with it; after the evening Hatha, I finally let go of the day and all the emotions, and in my body, I feel the silence and pleasant vibrations. 

For me yoga is not about some kind of race, not about how well my asanas turned out today, not about something mystical.

Yoga is about gratitude for taking the time for yourself, paying attention to the body and feelings.

Diana Korableva
Administrator
Diana Korableva
Administrator
Yoga appeared in my life 5 years ago as an add-on to psychotherapy. And then I was lucky to find my teacher. I realized that yoga has been with me for a long time.

Yoga taught me to observe and understand my emotions, to hear what my body wants at the moment.

I am delighted to be part of the InnSaei team and participate in creating a space where people can find new experiences, leave all their daily worries and get to know themselves better.

Most of all I like helping people discover yoga, find the right direction and their teacher, introduce them to a place where they can stop rushing, slow down, listen to themselves and take some time to care for themselves.
Anastasia Gayvoronskaya
SMM, copywriter
Anastasia Gayvoronskaya
SMM, copywriter
Yoga found me when I was 17. My friend kept telling me how wonderfully she is doing splits thanks to asanas. And I wanted to do splits too. So, that day I found a video of yoga practice (of dubious quality) and started practicing. I couldn’t do the splits so I gave up on yoga.

Sometimes I came back to yoga if my mood asked me to, but there was no regularity and correct adjustment of asanas.

My mind turned upside down when in 2018 I bought a yoga course for beginners with Alina. It turns out that I did almost NOTHING right. After each lesson, I felt so full and alive that I could not wait for the next one. When the course came to an end, I immediately signed up for a new one – for intermediate. And that's all. It seemed to me that I no longer exist without yoga. So I practice. Going deeper. And fully enjoying it.

When Alina invited me to work with her on the InnSaei yoga studio project, I was in heaven.
I really like working in a team of conscious people. I love watching the studio grow, meeting new, so different and so wonderful people who are attending classes. I like to tell the story of that project on social media. I see how it collects a huge response among our people in Prague. I see how they change. And that is incredible.
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