How did I become Yoga Teacher?
Five years before, I began to practice Iyengar Yoga to heal hip problems that had been plaguing me from infancy, as well as a aching spine ruined by years of desk work. Later, as I was traveling India and Southeast Asia, I was lucky enough to discover beautiful places and learn yoga and meditation from teachers of different lineages. The more I traveled, the further I went into my practice, I came to realized, the most exciting journey is the one within yourself. Nothing gives me more balance, insights and faith in myself, than the practice of Yoga. I wanted to know more and go deeper. It was in Thailand where I became a qualified teacher under the guidance of a beautiful soul Satyama Lasby. She guided me to become a teacher and inspired to share my passion for Yoga with others.
Yoga I teach
Hatha Vinyasa at a moderate pace and Hatha mixed with elements of Iyengar Yoga. I am definitely an Alignment Junkie, but I also put focus on breathing patterns and philosophical aspect of the practice.
Meditation techniques I use
Pranayama, OSHO Active Meditations, Mindfulness, Meta, Chanting, Visualization, Yoga Nidra, Candle Light Gazing, Intuitive Painting, Creating Mandalas.
English, Polish, Thai (nit noi).