Sofia Miranda was born in Athens in 1979. She studied Economy at the University of Economics and Business in Athens. She grew up with a love for dancing. She has been teaching social dancing (Latin American, Ballroom) since 2005. She has attended several dance seminars with world-known teachers like Jason Roditis,Yulie Mouzafiarova,Walter Quinones Hurtado, Riccardo Cocchi, Yulia Zagoruychenko and others.

That previous experience in dance, led her in exploring the endless possibilities of the human body through different disciplines. Pursuits that finally brought her to yoga.  After 4 years of continuous practice of Hatha and Anusara yoga, enthusiastic about the ways her life changed, she decided to become a teacher herself. The more she grew in her own yoga studies, the more certain she became that she is here to share the many great benefits she experience emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually from practicing yoga.

She completed the teacher training program with Irini Ziakou, Vaso Kalampouka and Michalis Filinis. Furthermore, she completed the following teacher training programs: Kids yoga with Sarah Swindlehurst, Aerial Kids Yoga Training with George Andrianopoulos, Pre & Postnatal Yoga with Sue Elkind, Swing with Alexandra Rossopoulou, Aerial yoga with Tanya Popovich and Evangelos Apostolopoulos and Anusara immersions with Ross Rayburn and Tara Judelle. She also takes part in teacher trainings and seminars every year with world-known teachers like Konstantinos Charantinitotis, John Friend, Ross Rayburn, Todd Tesen, Tara Judelle, Sianna Sherman, Douglas Brooks, Peter Goodman, Marc Holzmann,Εmil Wendel, Todd Norian, Sky Akasha and others.

Her teaching is devoted to help people as much as she can to find that space inside them which is the center of their power and wisdom.  Her passion is to help people to find more balance, peace, joy and love in their lives.  The purpose of her teaching is to make students understand that yoga is not only the practice on the yoga mat but is the way we live, think and act; and dance is a way to express our feelings and make our bodies breath through rhythm and music.