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My transformation with yoga began at the age of 17 when I began to have anxiety problems that, despite not being chronic, became quite complicated, leading to psoriasis and a complex. Something quite common that many teenagers go through.
Since then I have been practicing different styles of the discipline. In 2014 after 11 years of intermittent studio and self-practice practice, I completed my first YTT with Sidhi Yoga, Dharamshala, India, where I obtained a multiple styles certificate and fell in love with Yin yoga and Ayurvedic practices. Until 2020 I have been complementing my teaching experience adding 2,500 hours of teaching especially in Yin yoga and Hatha-Vinyasa yoga with other yoga trainings from experienced and internationally recognized teachers while continuing my academic studies in Liberal Arts and an MBA in Environmental Auditory.
Yoga is activism
As a curious child with parents who love to travel, I am passionate about the beauty and synergies that exist on planet earth and the authenticity of the communities that inhabit it. This passion led me to study Tourism, Social and Cultural Anthropology (which I never finished), higher studies in Liberal Arts and finally MBA in Environmental Auditing. This education has helped me to put into practice the universal values of yoga, paths that lead to the well-being of myself and the environment. That is why when I am not teaching, studying or practising yoga I like to contribute to making the world a better and fairer place by collaborating on other projects.
Yoga took me around the world.
I am very grateful to all my teachers, having initiated with the practice of Sivananda since I was 17 years old with Mayra Serra Aragó, my local teacher in Cullera, who introduced me to the principles of yoga and spirituality.
During my twenties, yoga practice took me all over the world, attending Dorothy Waetford's Shakti Naam Yoga classes in New Zealand. In 2014 I decided to deepen my yoga practice, so I took a course in 200h YTT Multi-style Siddhi Yoga In Dharamsala, India.
I learned about the different styles of the discipline; Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Therapeutic-Yin and Meditation with very knowledgeable teachers like Dr. Amrita Sharma, who introduced me to Ayurveda and the anatomical principles of yoga. Hari Om, who taught me the practice of Ashtanga / Vinyasa, Veet Jayo, who introduced me to the different meditation practices derived from Osho, Mahinder Prasad, who taught me about alignment, adjustments, therapeutic yin yoga, and Guru Muk , who shared with us the practice of traditional Hatha yoga and ideas from the philosophy and history of yoga.
During my time in North India I had the gift of attending the Dalai Lama's teachings and meditating with Tibetan monks. This experience was a very enriching opportunity on many levels.
During the five years that I have lived in Bristol, UK, I have had the opportunity to continue studying YTT and grow up surrounded by experienced teachers such as Laura Gilmore from Bristol School of Yoga and Karen Kirkness from MeadowLark Yoga, with whom I deepened my knowledge of the arts. adjustment. Kim Kriyasagar from Yoga London, with whom I expanded my knowledge of Ayurveda to be able to incorporate it into yoga practice, and Paul Grilley's team with whom I studied yin yoga from a functional perspective.
My International Yoga Community
While I am a yoga teacher, I also try to find time for myself, practicing with my fellow yoga teachers. My yoga community has expanded so much that I would like to thank you all for continuing to share this experience and continue to trust me after so many years.