Posted on May 5, 2020 #recent
My first exposure to yoga was when I was in grade, during a summer camp.
I was awestruck, watching the instructor demonstate different postures. I thought jalaneti (water-based nasal cleansing) was magic!
At that point, I wanted to learn yoga ..
When I delivered my daughter some years ago, I realized the impact of yoga during my post natal and motherhood experience.
At that point, I wanted to teach yoga..
I then went to yoga school to get qualified academically, learnt several new aspects, met new people and unravelled the wonder of spirituality, value education, yoga therapy, naturopathy and overall health.
Yoga has been my companion over the years, guiding me through anxiety, weight issues, deadline pressures, parenting blues, and injuries.
Yoga has had a major influence on me and I am passionate about sharing this broadly.
There is something in this for everyone and the magic continues ..
Om, Sarve bhavantu sukhinaḥ
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