I believe in the transformative power of yoga.
Yoga and other spiritual traditions have always fascinated me. Since childhood I loved to learn about diverse cultures, religions and rituals around the world, which later led me to travelling and studies of sociocultural anthropology. With time I grew more and more interested in the ways how people around the world use different tools for healing the body and the mind and got a degree in medical anthropology. I have since worked in scientific research related to mental health and with several NGOs that explore the use and impacts of transpersonal experiences on our lives.
My first encounter with yoga and meditation was in my early teens, but it took me another decade to feel ready for a deeper commitment to the practice. Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga took me on a journey which has turned my life and health around. In the following years I studied with different yoga teachers around the world and in 2018 finally traveled to Mysore, India to study with Saraswathi Jois. When I came back to Europe I completed a vinyasa yoga teacher training with the Prague Yoga Collective (200h RYT) and started sharing the practice with others. After the birth of my son I became more interested in pregnancy yoga and restorative practices. I fell in love with yin yoga, which helped me to find the balance I was missing while focusing on dynamic asana practices only.
I currently live with my partner and our son between Czech Republic, Portugal and Spain. Apart from studying and teaching I also like to coordinate events focused on yoga and self-development. Please, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you would like to cooperate, I am always happy to connect and meet new yoga friends.
Looking forward to practicing together!