Marina Magraner

Pollensa 1990 – Young entrepreneur, promoter of the project and director of the Be happy center.

  • Degree in Primary Education, specializing in NESE (special needs educational support) and foreign language. Lover of psychology and study of emotions.
  • Diploma in different styles of yoga:
    • 200hr Hatha Yoga in Rishikesh (India)
    • 200hr Vinyasa Yoga (Barcelona)
    • 164hr Ashtanga Yoga (Málaga)
  • Participation in the mindfullness program.
  • Formed in Bamboo-therapy and Ayurvedic massage.
  • Specialization courses:
    • Yoga for children.
    • Pregnancy and Postpartum Yoga.
    • Yoga with mothers and babies.
    • Therapeutic Yoga.

How I discovered Yoga was my passion

At 13 I started high school and the requirements for studies began to be very strong. I began to have trouble concentrating, back problems, weight gain…

After two years, my back discomforts turned into great pain and taking the advice of an orthopedic surgeon, at age 15 I started yoga classes.


At first yoga for me was like an “obligation” but over time, I noticed a significant improvement in my body, not realizing that the positions were becoming more bearable, turning out in a very natural, almost effortless. In the evenings, i rested deeply and in the morning I woke up without discomfort in my back, with loads of energy and my fatigue was gone. It seemed that a year on everything flowed differently. Still, it continued to believe that the practice was somewhat boring.

“At age 15 I started yoga classes”

When I started my studies of primary education, I left yoyga class and the result was very negative. I started with backaches again, insomnia, headaches, moodiness, I had trouble focusing and studying… My body demanded my attention again, and being consciousabout it, I realized that the discipline provided me with something beyond considerable physical well-being.

I started practicing some exercises at home, I started researching and found that there were different styles, that the benefits were many and that the awareness of these was very important. It was here that I began to discover a whole philosophy … a new world. From here everything was motivation, curiosity and desire to practice.


I decided to go on an Erasmus Scholarship to Sweden where I discovered all kinds of innovative methodologies, and where I had the opportunity to take part in some of the most well-structured educational systems.

On the way back, I started university practices at a school in Mallorca, entering the educational system, I got a big disappointment, everything we had studied on about dynamic, innovative teaching seemed light years away from the school where I was doing practices.

“India was undoubtedly the best experience of my life”

I found the unexpected reality: lots of children diagnosed with ADHD, insomnia, respiratory problems, asthma, obesity, allergies, severe concentration problems, low self-esteem …

During the final year, I thought of making my final project about yoga for children. Although I wanted to learn more, yoga encompassed many levels and was such a broad concept that I needed to study-it deeply.


Where could I study this discipline to train as a teacher?

My search led me to Rishiskesh, world capital of Yoga. India was undoubtedly the best experience of my life. That’s where yoga became the passion of my life. From here on I travel whenever I can to attend workshops, participate in events, retreats, conferences … I have a passion about learning, travelling and especially being able to share it with others.