Have you ever looked through a Kaleyedoscope? You see beautiful shapes and colours and anytime you move it, it will change. Isn´t it like life?
Constant movement, constant change. The difference? We tend to be colourblind, forget how to spin it further and end up imagining how it might look like in the future. Or we think the former shape was more beautiful and get stuck with its memory.
Yoga helped me to remember how easy a kaleyedoscope works 🙂 and now I would love to share this experience with you.
Yoga brought me closer to spirituality. Less in an esoteric way, but more in a way how the universe actually works in favour for us. This has helped me tremendously on my way to reduce (unnecessary) stress and anger in my life, and become a happier, healthier and kinder human being.
Yoga is an internal practice. The rest is just a circus. – K. Pattabhi Jois
One quote I can absolutely relate to. Yoga is about the exploration of our own self. This might be one of the hardest tasks in life, but also one of the most exciting ones. Yoga to me means finding ways to turn inwards and to establish a personal Yoga-self-practice.
After practicing for several years, I decided to travel to the very roots of Yoga. I took off to India to learn about and explore Yoga as a philosophical science, to ultimately find out about its deep, ancient magic, and the fact that the root of Yoga is to be found within ourselves. After learning and teaching for one year in India I returned to Europe in summer 17 as a RYT 500H teacher registered with Yoga Alliance.
Teaching has become a part of me and I breath and live Yoga more than ever. I embrace a holistic apporoach to it including Pranayama (breath), Meditation, Mantra chanting and philosophy. When it comes to Asana, I teach Hatha Yoga with fluent transitions as well as Vinyasa (influenced by a regular Ashtanga and Jivamukti practice), Yin, and Yoga Nidra.
Writing is another way I love to express myself. As a former Marketing and Communication manager at adidas and Zalando I am proficient at creating holistic concepts and content as well as project management. However, today I am more into creative writing. Read quotes, thoughts, and poetry from my feather not only about yoga and spirituality, but about traveling, my world as a minimalist nomad, vegan food, and life in general. Pictures I use on my website and post on Social Media are 99% taken by me (just another passion :))
Crafting and drawing are a form of meditation for me. I am excited to share, exhibit, and give away my very own creations for the first time.
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