I had my first encounter with Yoga back in 2001, when I took a class out of curiosity. Since then, I have never looked back and over the years I increased the amount of time dedicated to the practice of Yoga. Meditation and Yoga helped me balance a stressful job as an interpreter, and my quality of life and sleep improved dramatically since I started practicing. I undertook in 2011 a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in Goa, India, with Himalaya Yoga Valley, and I have been since attending numerous workshops and trainings all over the world in order to deepen my knowledge of the multiple aspects of Yoga. In 2013 I did a Yin Yoga TTC with Integrated Yin Yoga, in Spain.
In 2015 I decided to attend the 200 hr Samayoga teacher training in Bali to keep deepening my understanding of Yoga, specially the more devotional side, and to find the voice of my heart. It was a life changing experience, and my teaching is now much more compassionate and nurturing. I am also very interested in meditation and it’s effects on calming the mind. I have attended three 10-day silent vipassana meditation retreats, in Nepal, Thailand and India. I am also an NLP Master, and a certified life coach. I am honoured to be able to teach others what has helped me immensely in my life. I firmly believe that Yoga is for everybody, and it’s my deepest desire to make Yoga accessible to as many people as possible. I teach a personal mix of different styles, concentrating on making the practice accessible to everyone, offering modifications as needed, and practicing ahimsa, non harming and total acceptance of my students. I am currently a traveling Yoga teacher, teaching and learning Yoga all over the world.
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