What is Muvyu

Muvyu is an online platform which enables you to do live, interactive classes with teachers from all over the world at any time and in any space, whether that’s at home, in the work place or on the road.

Our Team

Matt

CEO &
Business Development

Muvyu’s CEO and resident yoga teacher, Matt moves equally easily among the Startup and Savasana worlds. Having previously worked in advertising and mobile content industries (he was the reason you could buy a ringtone for that Nokia you used to have), he has an eye for good business.

Born in Zimbabwe, Matt is truly an explorer and has travelled the world. He has worked in the UK, U.S., and Australia but still thinks Bhutan would be pretty great: they measure their lives by Gross National Happiness.

Coming from Southern Africa, he is of course an avid rugby fan and game food of choice will be Sichuan!

Hussam

Product &
Engineering

Hussam has been with Muvyu since the company began in 2013, working as the Chief Architect for developing the website from scratch. With his skills in back-end web engineering and analytics, he has built the system structure and defined the website's technical standards. A Computer Science graduate, he majored in Artificial Intelligence and previously worked on data analysis and Biomedical Engineering.

Moving to Berlin 2 years ago from his hometown of Aleppo in Syria, Hussam continues his passions for photography and obsession on what to invent next. He’ll soon do a bungee jump and since he reached a black belt standard in Tae Kwon Do, he can scare the fear away!

Noor

Product &
Engineering

Noor, our front-end engineering genius and keen perfectionist.

A Computer Systems Architect, obsessed with technology and will know the answer to just about any query we have for him.

His imagination knows no bounds. He ensures that our user experience is at the highest standard of accessibility and interactivity. His talents don’t just remain in the realms of the web either because he can also take charge of the kitchen domain! Italian Ravioli is just as easy to rustle up as his favorite dish from Aleppo, but someone else has to do the washing up.