Christin Rauter is a naturally gifted musician and educator with a degree in classical and jazz piano. As a solo artist, she has performed live in European concerts, theatre productions and worked with major bands and brands such as Taxi, The Brand New Heavies, Absolute Vodka and Roland to name a few. Through developing her own projects as an artist she soon became familiar with the concept of sound design and the effects this had on people she worked with.

In studying piano, music education and psychology at university, Christin learned that teaching piano helps students discover their own personality, find strengths and weaknesses, and use the instrument as a mirror. This passion and experience for piano and performing has led to sharing her knowledge in private tuition, coaching and mentoring in Austria, Germany and the UK for the past 20 years. Christin wanted to improve her interpersonal skills and after co-running a small record company in Germany, she trained as a coach in 2004. This precipitated her relocation to London to further expand her horizons. During the past seven years, as she has collaborated and supported many exceptional people from all walks of life and different cultures, she has come to understand how she can contribute to the social community through mentoring, teaching and performing.  

Currently a scholarship student of Colin Stone at the Royal Academy of Music,
Romanian-Hungarian pianist Leona Crasi started piano lessons at the age of three,
continued her studies with Rodica Tarta at ‘Sigismund Toduta’ Music School and
later with Dr. Ronald Shinn at Alabama School of Fine Arts. Leona has performed
extensively solo, chamber and orchestra concerts in the United States, Romania,
England, Hungary and Spain, and participated in lessons and masterclasses with
teachers from Franz Liszt Academy, Royal Conservatory of Music, Juilliard School of
Music, Cleveland Institute of Music, and many others. Besides solo piano Leona is
involved in historical performance as well, regularly performing in the Royal
Academy of Music Museum’s keyboard instruments and chosen to present these
instruments to the American Ambassador upon his visit to the Academy’s museum.
In the upcoming season Leona will be performing at Mogosoaia Palace near
Bucharest, at Sala Lahovari with the ‘Ion Dumitrescu’ State Philharmonic in
Romania, and at Sibrik Castle as part of the Bozsok International Festival in
Hungary.

Valerie Hartwich is passionate about people and using yoga and massage to experience more balance, joy and health. She trained in various body-, energy work techniques, and yoga styles, psychology and sociology and has over 5 years of personal experience of shamanic work. Using this mosaic of skills and perspectives she supports people develop a better understanding of the connection between body, mind and emotions. This empowers clients, gives them access to deep release, ease, and a greater awareness of themselves, so they can become more proactive about their health and happiness.

As a therapist she uses a combination of deep tissue, gentle manipulation, holistic massage, myofascial release, and lymphatic drainage, breathwork, energy work, and active listening  followed by tailored aftercare. As a yoga teacher, she blends slower flow, restorative yoga, and mindful hatha yoga for self-care and self-discovery.
Whatever clients need they can expect dialogue, great attention to personal needs and issues, tailormade sessions, as well as plenty of simple tools to use in daily life.