In the beginning of my life journey, Yoga was my hobby and I tried it for fun in college. At that time, I was practicing strictly physical Yoga (Hatha) and I knew, that something was missing. I met many wonderful people and visited places, but it wasn’t enough. I wanted to learn more about yoga, the knowledge which comes with it, so as to know how to help myself and others to be better, stronger with their bodies and minds.
Since I moved to the US, I’ve tried many different kinds of Yoga and I’ve met many great teachers, who showed me a whole new meaning of yoga practice. I learned that yoga is so much more than asanas and relaxation. It is a deeply spiritual and meditative path leading to much more selfless, earth conscious and intuitive living. It has taught me how life is unpredictable, yet it is gentle and precious. It has shown me how important it is to be in the present and to be appreciative of every moment of our life. Yoga has showed me how patience can lead us to deal with any of the life’s obstacles.
I have been practicing yoga for eight years. This path has led me to completing my 200 hours teacher training program at the Himalayan Center in 2019. I have been teaching yoga part time since my graduation.