For me yoga is a whole practice of life and living,
how you treat others, the respect you have for your body
and the world around you. Trying to be nonjudgemental.
Yoga is an integrative eight-step (limbs) system recorded in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and comprises ethical guidelines and observances (yamas and niyamas), postures (asanas), breath work (pranayama), ability to turn inward (pratyahara), concentration (dharana), meditation (dhyana) and the state of fulfilment,
freedom, bliss and contentment (samadhi).
We aim in yoga to develop ourselves from the inside, gaining body intelligence on the mat will start to move your practice off the mat and encourage you to have more awareness of what you are putting into the body. Yoga is designed to cleanse your body and mind of physical and emotional blockages, develop a stronger sense of connection of the two, promoting better awareness and mindfulness of the choices we make in life whether it is about the way we treat ourselves or others, or attitudes we express.
Yoga is a union of your body, your mind
and the whole Universe
not about how you look in the mirror.
I am qualified Yoga Teacher.
I did my 200h Yoga Teacher Training at
Green Yoga International Ashram in Mallorca.
My specialities of yoga styles are:
vinyasa, hatha and yin.
Moreover, I am Instructor of Aerial Yoga
and Animal Kids Yoga
(training with João Guimarães from Brazil)
I had a chance to practice yoga with some amazing teachers from all over the globe:
Andrea Kwiatkowski and Andy Nathan from UK, Hakhan Aydın Dokuzoglu - Turkey, Alonso Aguilera - Chile, Ram Das - Spain, and ATMA Guruji from India
I am fascinated about Naada and Bhakti Yoga, also about healing properties of
sounds and vibrations