She was born in Valladolid but her heart loves Madrid as much as Amsterdam.
Her biggest passions are traveling and yoga which give her knowledge, good sense and make her a stronger person.
During ten years she focused her carrier as a business woman in a busy environment in a city, however she decided to change her career path and travel to India to connect with a more relaxing and spiritual life style.
Bikramyoga yoga was the opener to the Yoga learning and practice. She had learned and experienced Yoga with different teachers experiencing Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa, Rocket, Asthanga, Jivamukti and Yin Yoga.
In 2018 she graduated as a Yoga teacher RYT200h through Yoga Aliance School in India and 50 hours certification on YinYoga at the Carolina Drake School in Madrid.
«My beginning as a Yoga teacher was at the most professional, friendly and welcoming school I could ever imagine, the SupYoga Ibiza School in Cala Vadella. Ines, a delightful person and whom I have a wonderful friendship with, gave me the opportunity to start this incredible journey.
During my SUP Yoga lessons I teach a mix of Vinyasa Flow with a touch of very diversity sequences, lacing up meditation on a continuous movement to be able to work on it».
Yoga has helped me to grow my self- knowledge and to learn how to overcome life, that is why I love to inspire other people to find the path of peace and happiness with this tools that give as calm, balance and positive energy.
Vicky Canellas has worked as a professional dancer nationally and internationally, which led her to the United States, where she took her first yoga class, discovering its benefits physical but, above all, a world of practices and teachings that connected with her passion and curiosity for spiritual growth and personal development.
Before practicing yoga, she practiced and studied dance therapy, meditation, Healing Feeling Ayurveda massage and reiki, until she decided in 2012 to study 200 hours of YTT of Raja Yoga in India (Himalayan Yoga Institute, recognized by Yoga Alliance). Over time, her practice gradually turning towards Vinyasa Yoga, attracted by its fluidity and freedom of movement so similar to dance. She has taken courses, workshops and classes with internationally recognized teachers such as Shiva Rea or Mercedes Sieff, with whom she shares the vinyasa style as a source of self-listening through a more danced, intuitive and creative movement.
For her, the movement, executed consciously and meditatively, is a direct way to connect with our stillness and inner wisdom, with our true spiritual nature.
«When Ines invited me to teach SUP Yoga classes at her School, I discovered a new element to add to the practice of yoga, such as Nature and its elements.The sea invites us to get in touch with our own rhythm, to give ourselves to the body´s movement in a conscious and creative way, just as the waves of the sea rock us, relax and fill us with life. Our breathing also guides us in our own rhythm and movement. Both, in the practice of yoga and in life if we know how to listen and surrender to its wisdom.
I will always be grateful to Inés for introducing me to SUP Yoga and her wonderful School in Cala Vadella. It is a magical experience».