When I started practicing Yoga I didn’t know much about it and although I was familiar with the suryanamaskara, I never thought that I could have practiced it more seriously.
I didn’t even know how widely spread in the western countries it is and let alone the devotion of few people that started transmitting this ancient Indian knowledge to the world.
The first time I regularly attended a number of lessons in 2007 in Swaziland my mind was literally blown away by this power that comes as one from mind and body and the feeling that lingers in you after the session.
I discovered at that time that I was deeply interested in broadening my knowledge and experience and I started looking around.
I have experienced different ways of connecting my mind to the physical and spiritual body but never so deeply as practicing and studying yoga.
The attention and concentration paid to all the different aspects that enable us to connect with the deepest self through Asanas, Pranayama, dedication and through a way of living that is respectful and in connection with the external world, I believe all this to be to a certain extent the only way of being.
I have been traveling in many different countries around the world, perhaps looking for some sort of deepest connection between myself and the world as a whole and after many years I have found that it only comes when it begins within our-self.
My reserved, if not shy character, is probably not an asset but the passion and love, together with more experience I am looking for acquiring during the years to come, will surely permit me to offer and pass on my knowledge to other people.