Camila Reitz Philippi, graduated in physical education and has over 24 years of experience in yoga, deepened in practice trips to India and studied methods of Bihar School of Yoga. She also studied with some of the major references in Brazil and completed her training in Ashtanga yoga with Larry Schultz and Clayton Horton California.
Camila Reitz Philippi was born in São Paulo (SP) in 1973. In 1991, she moved to Florianópolis (SC) and began her path in yoga at 18 years old.
To deepen on the subject, she made three trips to India, where she learned with teachers from different lineages, among which the methods of the Bihar School of Yoga.
In Brazil, she studied with Marco Schultz, Maria Laura Packer, Marcia De Luca, Peter Kupfer, Matthew Vollmer, Danny Paradise, among other teachers.
She concluded her training in Ashtanga yoga with Larry Schultz and Clayton Horton in 1999 in San Francisco, California.
She graduated in Physical Education from the University of Santa Catarina in 2002.
She attended the course for advanced practitioners in ashtanga vinyasa yoga with Dena Kingsberg in Byron Bay, Australia, in 2003 and 2004.
She founded and directed for 12 years the Yogashala school in Florianópolis. She created and managed the brand of yoga Devi clothing for 10 years. Conceived and organized the event Yoga Sangam in the years 1999-2004, and a yoga event and sadhana Vedanta 2005-2007.
In 2012, she became a mother. When her son was only five months old, she was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. She fought cancer for 10 months and was cured. To go through this painful process in a more quiet way, assiduously used the knowledge acquired in yoga.
She graduated in Brazilian Institute of Coaching in the professional course and self coaching and makes individual assistance for life coaching.
Currently, she studies Vedanta, philosophy that gives meaning to your life, and teaches yoga courses in Brazil and abroad
Her goal as a teacher is to make practitioners fall in love by practice and be motivated so that, through it, to become free to live their potential.