My Yoga Journey

Becoming a yoga teacher wasn’t something I dreamed off when I was a child.

I always wanted to be a dancer. I started taking dance classes from a very young age. First ballet, then Jazz, Street Dance, and it kind of went from there. I found myself most comfortable within the Hip Hop arena testing and trying different things and working on several projects. I also kept doing ballet to work on my posture and overall execution of movement. I just loved it and still do (more so than ever before) and looking back I probably would have decided to study it at uni. 

As it turned out I didn’t study it and I never became a professional dancer as such, but I always come back to it and to date never miss an opportunity to take classes whenever I can.

It was through dance that I learned about yoga when we started incorporating it into our training. Back then I couldn’t really get my head around it, but I kept doing it. There was something to it that I enjoyed even though I couldn’t tell what it was.

Pranayama at Santosha Yoga Institute

Since about 2015 I found myself practicing every single day and when life turned upside down giving me an opportunity to start again, I decided to go on a Yoga Teacher Training.

One of the best decision I’ve ever made.

As soon as I got back I jumped into the yoga teacher community and the universe must have known it was the right time. Since then I have been enjoying many wonderful opportunities to teach and wouldn’t want to miss any one of them. There is so much to learn and know about, hence you sure see me at events, workshops, and trainings to continuously grow and develop.

This also has led me to get back into dancing more frequently. A big part in this played accepting the offer to teach barre and I seem to find more and more options to dance ever since.

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