I was born in 1977 in Lithuania, USSR by that time, where forms of spirituality were suppressed at this time. When I was 15, luckily I got from my father a small book on Yoga and started practicing Hatha Yoga. Being atheistic, nonetheless I believed that human beings don’t use their full potential and yoga can help to develop it. I was always searching for the sense of life. During the studies of philosophy in Berlin I discovered books of Sri Aurobindo. It was the first time in my life that I came upon something I felt is worth practicing; which gave the meaning to this life.
Besides the studies of philosophy, I have got certificate in spiritual and energy medicine, hypnotherapy, and for the last years have been studying educational sciences.
As soon as I started reading about the Integral Yoga, I became conscious of the dreams and experienced the so called Out-of-Body state, which is nothing else but shifting our awareness to the subtle-physical body. Thus my research has begun, trying to understand why is this happening, how can it be beneficial, how to master these experiences and what is the connection with the Integral Yoga. After trying various methods, Yoga Nidra became my main practice for meditation and the night-work. Yoga Nidra brings the most interesting experiences and also is a beneficial practice in so many ways. 1/3 of our life, which we spend in sleep, can become conscious and can be used for progress and training.
I enjoy sharing the results of my research and the practical methods in one to one sessions or 1-day intensives for small groups.