I started practicing yoga about 8 years ago, I was always taking different classes trying out different styles until I began to go deeper into the practice while studying Ashtanga Yoga in Mexico City with one of the best teachers I had, Jorge Espinoza.
I also had the great opportunity to study for about two years in a path named Navara Yoga, founded by i Navara. Here I was exposed to the deeper aspects of yoga such as meditation and also it broadened my view on spirituality since it applied the authentic practices and true teachings of many religions and spiritual paths.
I always had the dream of traveling to India and study traditional yoga so about two years ago I went to do my teacher training in The Bihar School of Yoga. This school is more widely known as Satyananda Yoga as it was founded by Swami Satyananda, a direct disciple of Swami Sivananda, one of the greatest spiritual luminaries of the 20th century.
This system is based on ancient and traditional sources and the style is Integral yoga as it addresses all the aspects of the human personality.
A regular class is divided into 4 parts: asana (postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), yoga nidra (relaxation technique) and meditation.
After my teacher training I was traveling a lot in Mexico. I was teaching in yoga studios and hotels in Valle de Bravo, Mazunte and Tulum as well as giving private classes.