Dr. Wiebke Mohme

Dr. Wiebke Mohme

Ayurveda, Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Yoga Anatomy, Yoga & Cure Berlin
Berlin

For More than 18 years, Wiebke is accompanying people as a medical doctor and a teacher of Ayurveda and Yoga. Wiebke’s Journey into yoga has started when she was a teenager and yoga classes were hard to find in a German small town. The fascination for Eastern cultures brought her to many places in South East Asia and finally to India. Spellbound by this country, the culture and its wisdom, she studied besides Ayurveda and Yoga on top of her Western Medicine Studies. She integrated both systems in her life and her medical practice.

She carved her way through different yoga traditions and trainings (more than 1300H of Hatha Yoga, Forrest Yoga, Mindful Vinyasa, Embodied Flow) searching for answers to the crucial questions of human life. How can we access our true potential as human beings and live a connected, conscious, compassionate and creative life in freedom and oneness?

This continuous process led to “Unwind & Flow” as the guiding principle of her practice. In the interplay between stillness and movement, the space of experience unfolds within the body-mind, perceiving, sensing, realizing what is.

Wiebke works as a medical doctor (Ayurveda, Yogatherapy) and teacher offering workshops, classes, teacher trainings (RYT 200, RYT 300), and yoga therapy trainings in Germany and Switzerland.

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Schedule

Saturday, 20.06
13:00 • 150 MIN
Anatomy Reconnected: Why the Whole Doesn’t Equal the Sum of It’s Parts

In this workshop we will explore anatomy in a way that reconnects the structures to the living body in motion. We will zoom in from the outer shell of the body to the different layers, systems, organs, tissues and cells. We will explore connecting pathways that integrate the parts into the whole and provide for communication and cooperation among them. 

Saturday, 20.06
20:00 • 90 MIN
Who Am I? Ayurvedic Typologies

Who am I? This question usually leads to a deep philosophical and spiritual inquiry.
Let’s look for an answer from the Ayurvedic perspective. In Ayurveda, we know the all pervading principles Vata, Pitta and Kapha – the three doshas. They constitute the individual prakruti or body-type and among other things hold responsible for our skills, needs and preferences. To know our type helps to find out what keeps us balanced.

All of Wiebke’s workshops can be used as Continuing Education Contact Hours with the Yoga Alliance.

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