Verena Mayr is yogateacher, breath- and voice teacher and actress. She received her education in acting at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts "Max-Reinhardt-Seminar" in Vienna. Verena Mayr performed in many theatreplays, for television and in some movies for cinema. 


Actually she concluded the Yoga and Dharma studies of the RYT 200 teacher training with Katchie Ananda taking place at Airyoga Zürich and Sundari Yoga St. Gallen, Switzerland. She is currently registered and certified by Yoga Alliance. She also is a certified yoga teacher by Sivananda Yoga.


Having been trained in the education of breath and voice by Maria Höller in Zürich with the method Atem-Tonus-Ton® for several years (certificate), she also holds a certificate as a teacher in breathexperience from the "Institut für Atemlehre Erika Kemmann", Atemtherapie Berlin.

I want to thank all my teachers from my heart, for their gifts on my way.



Her main film parts:

"Der Zug" ("The Train to Revolution")

Two TV episodes with Ben Kingsley and Dominique Sanda, and with Jason Connery as partner. Director: Damiano Damiani; The movie was shot in English; Coproduction: ORF, ZDF, UNITEL. Cinematography: Nino Celeste. The story tells about Lenin, returning to Russia by train from his exile in Switzerland, just before the start of the revolution. Part: Clarissa.


"SOKO 5113" ("Special Commission 5113")

TV series with Werner Kreindl and Bernd Herzsprung as partners, production: ZDF German Television, Munich. Director: Kai Borsche. Part: police inspector Masha Brandner.


 "Paradise Ges.m.b.H" ("Paradise Company Ltd.")

Film for cinema with Götz Spielmann as partner. Director: Nikolaus Leytner; Cinematography: Hermann Dunzendorfer; Production: Wega Film Vienna, Veit Heiduschka. The story tells about a group of people sharing a large apartment which ends with the building of new walls. Part: Amaryllis.


"Die Spinnen" ("The Spiders")

Film for cinema and TV, with Mark Bellinghaus, Camilla Horn and Gudrun Genest as partners; Director: Pal Erdöss; Cinematography: Sandor Kardas; Production: Dragon Ciné, for ZDF German Television, Frankfurt, Budapest. A comedy about a young student who tries to make a living with his girlfriend Doris, while sharing his apartment with four elderly ladies. Part: Doris.