Practicing and instructing yoga has only recently become part of my day-to-day life. It’s extremely important to keep an eye on one’s advancement. You must never be content with the knowledge you possess, especially if you’re an instructor. But I gladly pass on what I’ve learned so far on my own and what others have taught me.
I have always loved to be active and tried many sports. I got acquainted with yoga in 1987; back then we mostly relaxed and practiced a few positions. As a result of the training I started to read yoga books that brought about a vast change in my life. I started to live a slower-paced and more thoughtful life.
My awakening, glimmery self-recognition led me to yoga. I had a wish for achieving more physical and mental power, courage, and self-confidence in everyday life. I started to dance, and then came my first ever encounter with yoga in the form of Bikram yoga. Its effects completely charmed and transformed me. Yoga has definitely taken me.
I started doing yoga in 2008 in the USA. That time I had been worrying more and more, working too much, had not got enough sleep, I had been tired and moody all the time and had a bad posture, so I decided to find an activity to help me eliminate the effects of office work and stressful life. This is how I came across with yoga.
I have experienced various symptoms of modern life diseases while working at a law firm. I first met yoga in 2010 and experienced its positive effects very soon – not only by a radical weight loss and achieving a flexible body, but also in my mind. Yoga practicing gave me inner peace and harmony and confirmed some deeply smouldering thoughts in me about the universe and human existence.