Welcome to BUDOKON Hamburg
About BUDOKON Hamburg
Budokon Hamburg started with the greatest wish of our sister Sibille Quentin of attending a Budokon Yoga class in Hamburg. After some years of practice, dedication, and hard work later, she started teaching this beautiful artwork. Shortly after she met our sister Winnie Collins who also jumped in, into the Budokon Teacher training and her dream of teaching Budokon finally happened.
Cultivating Community & Empowering Everyone
“We joined our passion and love for this movement and the two of us, together with all our Budokon students represent Budokon Hamburg. We reflect on the true value and importance of community and human connection, nothing better than these moments to reflect on such principle.
We offer an open and welcoming space for all, Budokoneros, Yogis & Movers to be part of our community, and experience a life-changing practice.
Together we elevate each other to the greatest version of ourselves.
For all of this, we bow to our teachers, friends, and founders of Budokon Kancho Cameron Shayne and Melayne Shayne.
Budokon Hamburg Crew
Budokon Yoga Teacher/Co-Founder BUDOKON Hamburg
Sibille's Budokon journey started back in 2015 when she first saw Melayne doing these incredibly powerful and graceful movements. She started practicing with the little material that was available on the internet during those times and by traveling around to attend every workshop she could find. Soon it became apparent that she wanted to explore more about this beautiful artwork.
She soon attended a 200h Teacher Training followed by the Budokon Yoga & Mobility Trainings at Budokon University in Miami. Soon after that she started teaching Budokon and found her passion in doing so. Since then the journey continues ..
Learn more about Bille & Winnie's Budokon Journey
Budokon Yoga & Budokon Mobility Teacher / Co-Founder BUDOKON Hamburg
Winnie’s Budokon journey started through an invitation to a Budokon Yoga Workshop, where she met her brothers Henry Neumann & Sibille Quentin back in 2018.
In 2019 she became a certified Vinyasa Yoga Teacher. That same year she took the second plunge and ignited her way into the Budokon world. Started teaching and took her third Teacher Training in Budokon Yoga and Mobility at Budokon University in Miami in early 2020. Her classes are interactive, challenging not just physically but also mentally, giving space and sharing a hand with all those on their special Budokon path. She is now enjoying the full Budokon journey, sharing passion, strength, and love with those who are in search of it, building with lots of patience and deepest love for the BUDOKON Hamburg Community.
Budokon Yoga Teacher
Franziska's journey into movement began at a very young age. Her constant hunger for physical exploration led her to discover yoga in 2006. Studying Ashtanga Yoga at KPJAY in Mysore, India, gave her a deep understanding of the practice. And yet, she felt something was missing - that instinctive playfulness. In 2018, she saw a video of Budokon Crawling Patterns. And that ignited the spark.
Since that day, she looked for all the opportunities to train Budokon, which eventually led to her taking a teacher training course, which she completed in 2022. Her teaching style is playful and strong, emphasizing the fine-tuning of body awareness, exploring drills and transitions as well as strongly focusing on inversions.
Budokon Yoga Teacher
Sara Lyn's yoga journey started during her 8-month travels through Asia during her early twenties. Exploring not only her cultural but also her spiritual roots she absolved her 200+300 hours of Teacher Training in India. To balance out her full-time being as a yoga teacher in Hamburg practicing Muay Thai became her anchor that kept reminding her of the two hearts beating inside her chest.
Sara Lyn joined her Budokon Teacher Training in Essen in October 2022 and is now a certified Budokon Yoga Teacher.
„Budokon brings together the two aspects of grounding serenity and passionate power. Finally, I feel 100% authentic while teaching and sharing the love that I feel for movement, meditation, and spirit.“