The approach and lineage I am following differs from many paths that use a traditional stereotype that consists in wanting everyone to conform to the "perfect" idea of the
What do I mean by that?
We are all Different bodies, different histories, traumas and scars are being stored in our bodies. there is no way everyone can respond in the same way to a unique template.
So, rather than asking every person to fit into the "image" that we may have of the perfect pose, the style that I am following, although, obviously inspired by the root of the yoga teachings, is highly influenced by the willingness to provide students with understanding of the principles that will allow them to find their unique expression in the yoga In time, with practice, they will find their way to deeper commitment to the pose, to a better alignment but the main goal of my teaching is not to have you doing the perfect instagram picture, it is to have you becoming able to feel more your body and accept more the expression of who you are, right now and work from there, moment after
Coming from a background of traditional Martial Arts and Buddhism, I recognized in Power Yoga a winning formula to address the needs of body and mind in today's world.
Whenever I have the opportunity of practicing with inspiring teachers, I do take part in classes of Hatha Yoga, Forrest Yoga,YinYoga or Jivamukti Yoga.
My classes combine dynamic elements, stretching and holding of poses. In order to make their time in class a safe and enriching experience, I invite students to become more familiar with the frontier of their comfort zone and to live be present in their body, always. We grow our practice one breath at a time, one pose at a