I have been practising yoga since 2006. I started with Ashtanga, then Vinyasa Flow and Hatha Yoga, and practised them extensively. In 2015 I decided to make yoga my life and career and joined the British Wheel of Yoga in their 500 hour Yoga Teaching Diploma at Yoga Junction with Tara Fraser and Tarik Dervish. I have been at the same time practising and exploring other types of yoga such as Hot Yoga, Iyengar and Free Flow as well as immersing myself in the philosophical side of yoga. In the past I studied dance for many years, and I hold a Master Degree in Development Studies from Kings’ College London.
Recently I have started the MA Traditions of Yoga and Meditation at SOAS University in order to deepen my understanding of Yoga and Meditation and to open new paths of teaching and work.
My own personal style is naturally dynamic, but I adjust to my students needs and capabilities. I particularly understand those that have lower back pain issues having suffered from this for many years. I have managed to reduce this through yoga. I am also hyper-mobile, so I also understand this condition quite well and I have managed to improve it through yoga as well. I’ve become stronger, not only physically but mentally and I believe I can help you achieve the same.
I really believe that my background as a dancer has given me quite a strong base of knowledge about the body and some techniques applicable to yoga that can help prevent injuries and improve alignment. And my everyday yoga practice and studies have given me the base of knowledge about philosophy and breathing that I think are essential for a Yoga Teacher. I continue learning, I always will.
Thanks for reading me! Namaste,
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