After attending my first yoga lesson back in 2014, I instantly felt a call to go to India and deepen my own practice. I have been constantly learning, teaching and living between India and Nepal ever since.
I specialise in traditional hatha yoga, pranayama, ashtanga vinyasa, vinyasa flow as well as yogic therapy for different health conditions, and also pre-natal and post-natal yoga.
I’m always happy to teach one-to-one sessions as it is a great way to start your individual yoga journey – student can easily communicate what’s really going on in their bodies in a safe atmosphere.
I believe in what B.K.S. Iyengar has said “The brain is the hardest part of the body to adjust in asanas.” More flexible we make our mind, more flexible becomes our body.
For my students I suggest not to use any props and allow their bodies to fall into postures gently and naturally with a help of proper breathing.
To learn and become wiser, we don’t need to look outside of us but, in fact, go within and observe ourselves.
Daily yoga practice is a beautiful way to observe our mind and body. Even if we keep on practicing the same sequence every day – each day will be different practice.