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Yoga Intensive with Brandon Bergado & Luna Joséphine


May 27th

A unique blend of fluidity & strength

brought to you by 2 international teachers who have developed their own methods that involve mindful movement.

This immersion is a journey back to self, a gentle yet empowering journey home. Home is where trust is. And that is what brought Brandon and Luna together — a leap of faith. Trust is what allowed him to love himself in life after being a hockey player.  Trust is what allowed her to move through trauma to create her own healing alchemy using embodiment.


Moving from fear to freedom is what this immersion will be about. A dynamic yet surrendering and intimate journey through fluid conscious movement, self-inquiry, meditation in motion, playfulness and strengthening drills. More than just a day, it is an embodied experience.


What to expect:


  • Embodied Flexibility & Spinal Fluidity: Yoga Flow to inhabit the Body

  • Methodical mobility exercices for intentional alignment and strength 

  • Space for inversions and to go upside down

  • Yin Poetry (a blend of Traditional Chinese Medecine, somatic therapy and tao tantra) & Journaling

Luna's body poetry will take you to a voyage into sensory awareness and profound release, both through movement and ancient studies.

Brandon’s coordinated movement will guide you through mobility exercises that allow you to connect to your nervous system in an empowering,  yet nurturing way.


- Designed Handbook

- Curated Gift Bag 

- 4 hours of immersive practices & theory

Date & Time:

Saturday, May 27th



Special last-minute offer: 90€ instead of 150€ 


For intimacy and space reasons,

the spots are limited to 10 participants.

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The Teachers

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Dō Playground


Carrer de Saragossa 30, bajos
08006, Gracía - Barcelona

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BRANDON BERGADO, based in California

"Brandon Bergado. The hockey player turned yogi. 


At 15 years old I left my home in San Jose, California to play hockey for teams all around the US and Canada. What I thought was going to be a long career was cut short in 2019. Two major concussions within three weeks of each other forced me to let go of everything I worked for and sit alone with my thoughts for months. It’s crazy because what I thought was my biggest nightmare, ended up being the most restorative transformation I could have ever imagined. Enter yoga and meditation. 


I first discovered yoga through the practice of meditation. I was so broken at the time that I promised myself I would do anything I could to build a happy home within myself. A place where I can always come back to and never feel lost in life. To me, that is what Yoga is all about. That's the work. How open can you be to accepting life's changes? Knowing that you have the power to alchemize the life you want; all starting from within. 


My roots in yoga started with meditation but as I got healthy, my practice evolved into asanas and inversions. I'm drawn to creative, yet challenging, movement patterns that allow you to transcend your mental and physical limitations. I believe this is where we combine the practices of meditation, mindful movement, and breath to bring the mind back to center, back to home."

LUNA JOSÉPHINE, based in Lisbon

"Through my teachings, I guide a dance of the movement & the breath creating a deep connection between the intelligence of the body and the wisdom of the spirit -- a (re)discovery of authenticity. I facilitate embodied practices, meaning how to embody what is rising: the emotion, the element, the present, truth.

My background as a ballet dancer allows me to share the grace and ease of movement, while my life's experiences have offered me the tools to learn healing processes.​

I've created Body Poetry. A blend of practices I've experienced over the years. It allows us to discover new parts of ourselves, to unravel parts of the past, the vividness of the present and the possibilities of the future while deepening our relationship to ourselves, others, communities and the world.

Embodied Movement practices use movement, dance and the creative arts to discover or rediscover, remember and reawaken what it is to be fully human – physically, emotionally, mentally, relationally and spiritually. They each have their own unique and beautiful structures for dropping into movement as a practice.

Body Poetry is blend of embodied yoga flows, somatic practices, conscious living & tantric philosophy."

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