I have been studying and practicing Ashtanga Yoga philosophy and asana since 1999. After 10 years of practicing and studying, I decided to help spread the love by teaching as well. I love being a yoga student and have continued to study as much as possible with my beloved teachers.
I am so grateful to be part of a lineage that has brought inner abundance and harmony, and outer discipline and health to my life and well as the lives of many others around the world. Experiencing a deeply rooted yoga practice can bring insight into the meaning of the experience of life.
I practice Ashtanga yoga to keep discipline in my life and to keep my mind, body, and inner self in good health. What I encounter on my mat is practice for everything else. Yoga is a practice of moderation and training the mind to focus single-mindedly, leading to meditation; through time-honored techniques and constant practice as well as renunciation. Yoga is an orderly yet truly free way of living, allowing for one’s true self to shine through all the habits, masks, and deep-rooted psychological imprints we tend to gather over our lives. As my guruji says; yoga is life.