Inspiro Yoga was born in September 2013 amongst the rice fields of Ubud, Bali.

We, Lisa (Sweden) and Nazareno (Uruguay) had both been practising yoga for about a decade, trying out different styles and teachers. Out of all the styles we both fell in love with the creative, playful and strong VINYASA FLOW YOGA

In 2012 we both completed our first 200hr teacher trainings (India / Bali) and started to teach full time at one of the biggest yoga studios in Ubud - the "mecca of yoga".

We immersed ourselves in further trainings and mentored at several of them. Soon we started to teach our own workshops and collaborated on other teachers retreats. 

Our offerings became more and more and we came up with the idea of starting our own company.

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"We didn't really have a plan on how it was going to be running our own yoga business - we just knew we wanted to teach yoga and share our love for it with as many people as possible".


In the beginning Inspiro Yoga was only a website with our class schedule in Bali along with our biography. 

We started to offer workshops and classes in other countries along our travels and in 2014 we hosted our first yoga retreat in Sweden. 

By 2018 we've hosted more than 15 retreats in different countries, taught at yoga studios in Sweden, Netherlands, Uruguay, Argentina, Dubai, Sri Lanka and Denmark as well as offering our classes and workshops at several international yoga festivals. 

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So you might wonder, what inspires us to teach yoga? WHY do we do it?

The answer is simple.

Teaching yoga means you get to see people transform.

From feeling uncertain on what path to choose in life to finding one.

From feeling stressed to relaxed and calm.

From feeling depressed to alive and happy.

From feeling alone to feeling connected.

From feeling unhappy with their bodies - to feel satisfied and happy with their bodies.




INSPIRO in Spanish means "I INSPIRE" and it is our aim to INSPIRE YOU to feel good - in your body, mind and spirit. 

INSPIRO also means "I BREATHE IN".

In Vinyasa Flow, the breath is the link between the postures. Keeping your awareness on the breath throughout the practice calms the mind and brings you back to the present moment. 


"Lisa and Nazareno are each powerful, devoted and knowledgeable yogis, and when they team teach, the union of their intention, skills and great personalities brings a unique gift to the yoga world. Any level yoga practitioner will find huge value in studying with them."

- Tom  Lang, Canada