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I've been practicing yoga for a while now, starting back in my early twenties. Over time, I was drawn to the dynamic Vinyasa flow, inspired by the Ashtanga sequence. The feeling of well-being and clarity after classes was so refreshing that I decided to complete my yoga teacher training in India. It was truly a life-changing experience.

As I explored more deeply into my practice and encountered different teachers, I learned the importance of approaching yoga with self-acceptance and openness. This realization struck me most profoundly when I began studying Ayurveda and its personalized approach to yoga through the five elements and their qualities. This shift changed how I approached my practice—I began to listen to my body and treat it with kindness and ease.

By being more compassionate with myself and adopting a gentler practice, yoga became not only more enjoyable but also more beneficial. I discovered a sense of ease, peace of mind, and my body felt rejuvenated. Nowadays, my yoga practice focuses on promoting groundedness, calmness, and proper body regeneration.

As a teacher, I aim to create a safe, welcoming space for all students, regardless of their experience level. I believe in meeting students where they are and fostering an environment that encourages exploration, growth, and self-acceptance. Yoga goes beyond just physical postures—it's about connecting with our bodies and minds through complete acceptance. That's why I customize my classes to the changing seasons, the weather, and the unique needs of each student.

If you're looking for a welcoming, non-judgmental atmosphere where you can explore yoga in a way that works for you, I invite you to connect with me.

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