Qualified in teaching both Yoga and Tantra Hajnalka has accumulated over 1000 training hours since her journey begun. Her teaching style is warm, vibrant, attentive and captivating.
Hajnalka studied Drama at the National School of the Arts and later went on to complete a BA Live Performance majoring in Film at The South African School for Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance in Johannesburg. During her university years she started to question her intentions in pursuing a career in the arts. As much as she enjoyed performance, and clearly had a talent for it, most important to her was the reason why she wanted to do it. She asked herself wether her calling was coming from an ego based desire or wether it was a natural gift and truly part of her dharma. Soon after she graduated she found herself drawn to a more esoteric part of life and started looking for alternative methods of balancing and healing.
Studying under Karen Lange, one of the leading Reiki Masters in South Africa, she obtained the necessary atunements and qualifications to become an Usui Reiki, Karuna Reiki and Crystal Healing practitioner. This was the catalyst to introspection and as she journeyed deeper into the different aspects of her being she could no longer avoid the teachings of yoga.
Hajnalka was driven to practice yoga because of great physical discomfort and emotional tensions from stress, anxiety and depression. At the age of 23 she had the ailments of someone much older than her and she soon discovered that the best cure for her out of balance lifestyle, aches and pains was yoga. What started out as just a quick at home for back ache, quickly turned into an unbounded aspiration towards healing, loving and self-actualising.
From the moment she stepped foot onto her yoga mat everything changed. It became clear to her that she could no longer just work to make ends meet, that she had to be part of healing and evolution on a greater scale. Hajnalka first went on to work with children in London nursery schools and then after a while felt the need to experience the opposite and worked as a live in care worker, caring for the elderly and vulnerable adults. It was not long after this that she decided to visit India for the first time in 2010. There on the banks of the Yamuna River, in Vrindavan she studied with the well known Sivananda Vedanta School of Yoga and acquired her first teachers certification. Hajnalka started teaching Children’s Yoga in London schools in 2012 and still teaches to this day. This is something that she holds very dear and sees it as a vitally important part in healing humanity.
Finally in 2013 her yogic journey led her to Thailand where she studied under Agama Yoga and received empowerments to teach Yoga and Tantra by Swami Vivekananda Saraswati.