Journey into Yoga

My journey in to yoga started more that 15 years ago. In my early days, Ashtanga yoga was the one that attracted me the most, which seemed like a nice way to exercise in order to strength and stretch the physical body. After establishing a regular Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow practice, yoga started to work its own "magic" on me and it surfaced other benefits like feeling more relaxed, energized, euphoric, and a better mental focus. In 2009, I had some intense traumatic experiences which were the cause for me to look deeper in to meditation and self healing. My self-studies and experimentations lead me to discover Kundalini Yoga. After a series of profound and life changing experiences with Kundalini Yoga and Meditation and a desire to share these transformational practices, I went on to train with the International School of Kundalini Yoga under internationally renowned teachers, Darryl O'keefe and Guru Dharam Singh Khalsa. After a year long program I have successfully completed the Level 1 teacher training course with i-SKY.

My yogic path has involved extensive studies and many hours of practice with brilliant teachers from around the world, like Heather Elton, Stewart Gilchrist, Shiv Charan Singh, Ram Singh and Dina Karim.

I remain in deep gratitude to all my teachers that I have come across, my students and the yoga community for their support, inspiration and opportunity.

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Teaching

My classes are based on Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan. Occasionally I organize workshops focused on specific topics/themes of Kundalini Yoga as well as Pranayama and Meditation. During those workshops we will have the time to look at those themes in greater details. Look at the Classes & Workshops for my class schedule and announcements. 1-1 sessions are also available and those are tailored for each individual accordingly following a Spiritual Development program. Please contact me for further information.

"There is no identity for you, except your spiritual identity. There's no achievement other than to become learned. There's no power but to share what you have learned with all and everyone."

~Yogi Bhajan

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