From a young age Mojdeh has been interested in finding the golden thread between a worldly life and spirituality, and the balance between the two has become more and more of a reality through a disciplined practice of Yoga and Tantra. Mojdeh has been a Tantra teacher for women for six years, while organising workshops, personal transformation programs, retreats and festivals both in Denmark and UK.
Kirsty moved to London in 2017, as part of a search for more to life in a seemingly chaotic world. She soon discovered Tantra and an in-depth approach to spirituality, which began to bring coherence to both her inner and outer worlds. Since then, Kirsty’s passion and enthusiasm for practising yoga and meditation and applying the Tantric tools in her life has been a continuous endeavour. And, through a deeper understanding of femininity, Kirsty realised the importance both of becoming a spiritual woman and the beauty of being a woman.
On finding a deeper meaning to life, Kirsty also gained an aspiration to share the Tantric methods and teachings with others, in the hope that their lives would be enriched, as her own life has been.
Kieran has been studying Tantra at Tara since 2010. Initially drawn to Tantra by an interest in eroticism, it was the game of polarity that turned his curiosity into a passion. For Kieran the interaction of the masculine and feminine is the juice of life. And playing that game, we discover and enjoy much transformation and inner growth along the way. His approach is practical and down to earth.
Foca, born in Jerusalem, Israel, had a keen thirst for spiritual knowledge from early age. He started practising yoga and Tantra at the age of 17 (in 2001), and since then he has devoted himself to the spiritual journey. He has been teaching since 2009 in various places around the globe. Since 2011 he has been living in the UK, teaching yoga and tantra and offering various workshops on a wide range of topics from the purpose of life and the art of dying to workshops on masculinity, kama sutra and eroticism, he teaches in London and Cambridge and is guiding men’s groups.