About me



Hi - my name is Laurina Waltersperger. If I'm not on the yoga mat I'm a journalist and founder of Project Peace. I live in Zurich, Switzerland. I love to be with people, sit by the lake of Zurich watching the shapes of water, dream about the next beautiful sunset on the surfboard on the ocean, giggle with friends, cook plant based for my crowd, play the harmonium, make fun with my two wonderful little nieces. A few years back in Berlin, I started my immersing journey into the wonderful teachings of the Jivamukti Yoga Method. Meanwhile, I have experienced great joy in sharing my knowledge of the method with others. I completed the 300 hours Jivamukti Teacher Training in February 2020 in India at the Ashram of Radhanath Swami (Govardhan Ecovillage). I'm eternally grateful to my wonderful teachers Yogeswari, Lady Ruth, Rima Rani Rabbath, and Jules Febre. They have been such a great source of inspiration to me - full of compassion, humor, and devotion. I also facilitate Trauma Informed Yoga Sessions in small groups or one-on-one as well as sound-baths to support our wellbeing and healing. Furthermore, I‘m currently learning the EMOHA-method: It’s an Emotional-Coaching-And-Healing-Work, based on the teachings of South-Pacific tribes such as the Maoris or Kahunas.

Founding Project Peace is my humble attempt to establish a platform open to people who want to create more peace for themselves and others; through Yoga, compassionate projects, and a caring community.

I teach Jivamukti Open Classes, Restorative Classes, Sound Baths, Trauma Sessions & The Yoga Nidra Bedtime Stories here.