Roland travels worldwide leading workshops and retreats, and guest teaching at festivals, conferences and in teacher trainings. He writes for various yoga magazines such as the German Yoga Journal and Yoga Aktuell, and offers online content in English and German through udaya.com. Rooted in his own intense practice, his teaching offers a unique blend of detailed anatomy and alignment instruction with storytelling, philosophy, meditation and mindfulness, marrying modern and traditional approaches to yoga. He has traveled widely, visiting many holy sites in India and Nepal in order to understand the roots of yoga. He has practiced with diverse teachers from the west and the east, and has been strongly influenced by visits to Plum Village (Thich Nhat Hanh) and years of intensive study with Tsakpo Rinpoche. After many years based in Cologne, Germany, he and his wife Liz moved to a small farm in rural Ontario and took ownership of a yoga studio in Kingston in 2017. While still travelling, he’s enjoying putting down roots and becoming immersed in the local community. When he’s at home, you’ll find him getting muddy in the vegetable garden, tending to a small crew of chickens and goats, and exploring his connection to the land.