My first significant experience with Yoga was almost 22 years ago.
I won a Yoga book from Godfrey Devereux at a school raffle, which I immediately fell in love with. I have been practicing and learning this ancient and incredibly deep science with unbroken enthusiasm ever since.
I graduated in Event Management in London. My yoga practice was mainly influenced by various teachers from London. However, my first yoga teacher training was completed in Budapest, Hungary, then I practiced Ashtanga Yoga for almost 2 years. I completed a Yoga Teacher training in Rishikesh, India.
I also studied Yoga therapy at UIPS in Rishikesh, India. I completed basic Ayurvedic studies in Hungary and India.
I have been practicing and teaching yoga for some time now, and the Iyengar method has had a significant impact on my practice. I regularly attend Iyengar Yoga Trainings in Budapest and have also been fortunate enough to learn from international teachers. In my opinion, the Iyengar method is the most precise and intelligent yoga lineage that I have encountered. B.K.S Iyengar, a master of yoga, has made remarkable contributions to the field through his professional accomplishments, spirituality, and ethos. His work serves as an excellent example for anyone on the path of yoga.
The closest statement that I feel is my own recently: “Knowledge has a beginning but no end.” ― Geeta S. Iyengar
I have been studying Eastern and Western relaxation and meditation techniques for 15 years, and I practice them daily.
I love sharing my knowledge, as a teacher there is a tremendous responsibility to show up fully and honestly, letting go of preconceptions, while simultaneously observing patterns and drawing new conclusions. Trusting the process. Beneath it all we always remain students: practicing, studying, experimenting, relearning, and then practicing some more.
It is truly a great privilege to teach yoga. I bow to my teachers and my students with great gratitude.
Yoga should not be merely a system of physical exercise. I do emphasize the philosophical aspects of yoga in my classes, the paramount role that the mind plays in hatha yoga, and also it is essential to demonstrate how to elevate the practices of Hatha to an inner spiritual experience.
My classes feature creatively sequenced classes with props, rather static asanas, and anatomical precision.
My daily sadhana includes Asana, Pranayama, and Meditation practice.
I have been researching and studying classical tantric texts since 2019, especially the nondualist Kashmir Shaivism. In addition to that, I also enjoy translating classical yogic scriptures.
BSS Diploma in Ayurveda & Panchakarma Science (AYS008) – Lords Ayurveda Research Center, Kerala – 2023
Training in Ayurveda Pregnancy and Mother-baby care – Lords Ayurveda Research Center, Kerala – 2022
Children Yoga Teacher (YA) – ASRAM Yoga, Budapest – 2019
Yoga Therapy – UIPS Yoga Academy, Haridwar, India – 2018
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga Teacher (YA),Rishikesh, India – Rishikesh Vinyasa Yoga School – 2018
Hatha Yoga Teacher (YAI), Budapest – Sarasvati Foundation – 2017