I came across yoga as a little girl but found myself back on the mat decades later, hoping to find relief from all sorts of physical and mental pains and aches.
I hoped, and I found a relief greater than I could ever imagine.
I started my Ashtanga yoga practice in 2012 and completed 560 hours of teacher training in 2017, with Maya Gross, in Tel-Aviv.
My practice and teaching are based on the traditional ashtanga style, as taught in Mysore, combined with knowledge from Western teachers such as Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor, Grischa Steffin, Mark Derby, and more.
As an Artist, I found the yoga practice to merge harmoniously with my art and creative process, to a point where it feels all I do is a yoga practice.
I am here to share the beautiful possibilities yoga practice has to offer. It matters not if you’re tall, short, flexible, stiff, restless, or lazy – yoga will welcome you in and give you tools that can change your life.
The question is, will you let it?