I’m a passionate ashtanga yoga practitioner, runner and an ever-optimist.
Sport was always part of my life. Since my childhood I have always been in move: gymnastics, fencing, aerobics, spinning, pilates and running.
When I got my diploma in aerobics I didn’t think that once I would emerge in the world of yoga. A difficult situation in my life needed for finding the way to yoga.
After trying many styles I went to an ashtanga yoga class. I felt that I found what I was looking for: the inner peace and the physical strength at the same time.
I will always be thankful to my master, Ricardo Martinez to guide me. At that time I didn’t think of becoming a yoga teacher.
First my teachers tried to convince me to become a yoga teacher.
Later my friends asked me to join my practices and that was the moment when I decided to participate in a 200-hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training in Vinyasa Flow style. The course was led by Judit Varga.
After completing the teacher training I put a stress on self-development and I regularly participate in workshops, classes and retreats.
About my classes:
I teach my classes in vinyasa flow style, which is a dynamic style and supports the individual variations and modifications of the poses and the use of props.
The asanas are arranged in sequences and held for a relatively short time, about 5-7 breaths. The practice focuses on linking the movement with the breath and keeping the flow or in other words it’s not only the destination that counts, the journey itself is as important as the arrival.
The sequences are linked with the so-called vinyasa, which is a sequence of poses based on Sun Salutation.
I start my classes with a grounding (often with a mental or spiritual theme) that helps the students to arrive and to be present in their practice.
Then the warm-up prepares the body for the more intense and challenging asanas.