Ashtanga Cascais Has Dedicated Teachers,
That follow The tradition Left by SHRI K. PATTABHI JOIS
And Continued By SHARATH JOIS.

Vera Simões

Level II AUTHORIZED TEACHER by  Shri K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute.

She started practicing Yoga at the age of 16, but only in 2007 did she make her first trip to Mysore, in South India, to study Ashtanga Yoga at the renowned Shri K. Pattabhi Jois Ashtanga Yoga Institute (KPJAYI). In 2010 she received the honor of being an Authorized Teacher with the acronym KPJAYI from the hands of her teacher, Sharath Jois. And in 2016, she had the privilege of renewing her teaching authorization to level II.

She teaches Yoga since 2003, and Ashtanga Yoga since 2006, is the co-founder and teacher of Ashtanga Cascais Yoga Shala since 2007. Her classes reflect the experience of these 21 years as a practitioner, and 17 years as a Yoga teacher, and the faith she has in Ashtanga Yoga as a practice of transformation and connection.

She has authored the blog Ashtanga Cascais since 2008, and the book Parar.Sentir.Respirar. A Yoga practice to transform body, mind and soul. , published in May, 2018.


Had been a professional Billabong Portugal surfer for more than 23 years. He has been practicing Yoga for more than 10 years, and has been for more than 2 years an assistant to all Ashtanga Cascais classes and events. He has always been known in surf competitions for his patience and good heart, and he brings to the Ashtanga classes the same characteristics, teaching with few words but a lot of presence, trying to help each practitioner to find his potential.

Inês Roseta

After several years of dedicating herself exclusively to her family of 5 children, she began practicing Ashtanga Yoga in 2013 and was inspired to study to become a teacher. She has been certified by the Yoga Alliance Professionals, and has been assistant of Ashtanga Cascais classes since 2016.

Her classes are the result of her dedication to the practice and study of Yoga where she seeks to help other people, of any age, to start practicing Ashtanga Yoga in order to benefit from inner peace, health and fulfillment.