Posted on Feb 1, 2020 #recent
Yoga was introduced to me in school when I was a child. It made me wonder, how my Yoga teachers do headstands and complicated Asanas?! At that innocent age, it was more play and less practice as we had a patient and lenient teacher.
It was during my job at a health club, where I reunited with Yoga. I gradually began enjoying my time on the mat and became consistent and regular with yogic practice.
In one class, there was a magical moment that changed the way I looked at Yoga.
During shavasana, something amazing happened. I felt a deep connection with myself like never before. Eventually, I had more than a few similar deeply connected experiences, and I had many questions! This led me to a Yoga teacher's training program. I had no intentions of teaching, all I wanted was to obtain answers to why, how, where and what?
I am blessed to have attended a residential yoga course with SVYASA, which opened my mind. I learned and received more information than just the questions I seeked answers for, a lot of my actions and reactions started to make sense.
I was able to implement it in my daily life - Yoga became an inseparable part of my life .
While I continued to explore the different styles of Yoga, I was introduced to Aayana by a friend, where I enrolled in a TTC 200 hours course under the guidance of Mrinali and Regeesh. This experience enhanced my Yoga practice and teaching skills.
Learning has no end and I believe I'm learning everyday through my students and gurus.
Yoga to me is a science of holistic living and it has made me believe that change is a universal truth.
I hope to connect with as many people as I can, to guide them get closer to their goals!
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