My mission is to achieve the best possible results for my students and clients as a Yoga Teacher, Yoga Instructor and Yoga Therapist.
As a Yoga Teacher: My mission is to provide solid foundation of yoga philosophy, anatomy and asana to my students for them to offer a safe practice in the community. Encourage them to be a student filled with curiosity, and then allow teaching to follow after.
As a Yoga Instructor: My mission is to create a safe, non-judgmental and non-competitive environment for students to practice. Encourage them to explore new levels of possibilities in their bodies and mind through breathe. Educating student that Yoga is a journey of finding balance, both on and off the mat, which lead to honor their true authentic selves and accepting limitations.
As a Yoga Therapist: My mission is to treat each client as a unique individual and customize the practice to address the root cause of their condition. Empower the client to implement and evolve personalized yoga practice, that not only addresses the illness in a multi-dimensional manner, but also aims to alleviate his/her suffering in a progressive, non-invasive and complementary manner.
Help to prevent the occurrence or re-occurrence of underlying causes of illness and moving towards improved health and well-being.
I am a member of IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapist) Certified Yoga Therapist and a faculty member for Yoga Teachers Training at Hot Yoga Wellness, Ontario. At the teachers training, I teach Yoga and Physiology, Yoga for chronic conditions and science of breathing along with different breathing practices to manage psychosomatic conditions. I have 5000 hours of experience as an instructor and therapist. I work with Chiropractors in town and run Yoga Instructor and Yoga Therapy program at a private studio.
My Yoga journey began ten years ago, when I attended a 90 minute session at a fundraising event. I was intrigued by the session, understood that yoga is beyond curvy poses. It is about gaining fitness through wellness and it comes from bringing the balance in our nervous system. I decided to join weekly practice to explore further into this field and experienced the mind-body connection, which I never felt before. It was beyond the words and felt the need to share the same with others and decided to explore further into this field. It was a beginning of expressing my experiences through exploring the relationship between my breath, body and my mind.
Since 2010, my formal Yoga training includes: