We are three friends who all share a passion for yoga and the countryside, and together we created a new vision for Múlahús Lodge that we manage together as a team. We are all certified yoga teachers with more than a 10 year history at Múlahús, so we wanted to reinvent this Þverá river fishing lodge into a yoga-centric winter retreat. Incorporating music, mindfulness and meditation means we often have different guest teachers, musicians or therapists joining each weekend. Sometimes we have a masseuse on location, and we always enjoy a cacao ceremony with a qualified facilitator. Their information will be shared through our facebook page or Instagram feed.
Guðný was born and raised on a farm in the Borgarfjörður countryside, beside Þverá river, right next door to Mula Lodge. Her family has horses and cows grazing in the surrounding fields, and Guðný has often worked her summers at Þverá fishing lodge as a hostess. She manages the lodge for Me Time Iceland during the winter season. Guðný is a certified yoga teacher, completing her 200hr YTTC in Nepal in 2018 and 300hr in Colombia in 2021. She likes to practice all styles of yoga, and often teaches vinyasa flow and yoga nidra during the Me Time retreats.
Marketing & Sales
Katrin completed her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in India in 2018, and has since been teaching yoga in hotels and to tour groups in Iceland. She completed her 300hr YTTC in Colombia in 2021, and now works as a substitute yoga teacher in Reykjavik. Katrin has traveled extensively, often with the goal of practicing yoga and riding horses, and continues to participate in various yoga and mindfulness retreats around Iceland. She is currently working on a PhD in wilderness therapy at the University of Iceland. Katrin manages the bookings, website and social media for Me Time, and mostly teaches hatha and yin style yoga.
Food & Kitchen Manager
Þorgerður has been practicing Yoga on and off since 2006 but completed her 200 hour Yoga teacher training in Pokhara, Nepal in October 2019. She is a trained chef and specialises in vegan cuisine. She teaches vinyasa and hatha style yoga, and shares mantras and chanting with her students. Her ambition is to learn more about healthy cooking and is currently completing a 3-month culinary diploma, Le Cordon Bleu Plant-based program, in London. Þorgerður manages the kitchen at Mula lodge, designing the all-vegan food and beverage menu and mixing up our magical cacao for each ceremony.