I was born 1986 in Berlin, raised in Warsaw, and finally landed in the beautiful city of Vienna.
My whole life has been influenced by dance and music, which has shaped my love of movement and rhythm. I started to practice Yoga 10 years ago as a complement to my dancing routine, and it completely changed my life on many different levels - the way I breathe, the way I think, and the way I live my life.
The amazing machinery of the human body and the way it works is another thing that has always captured my attention. This led me to my Biotechnology studies and my job in molecular medicine, focusing on epigenetics and cancer research.
Science helped me to understand mechanisms and biochemistry of life, but it didn’t give me answers to all of my questions about human nature and spirituality.
That’s why I decided to follow the path of studying yoga – its philosophy, history and practice. Yoga is probably one of the best things that has happened to me, and it has taught me much more about life than all the science books I have read at university.
I studied classical Hatha Yoga in south India, where I received my Teacher Certification (RYT200). At the moment, I am attending Ashtanga advanced teacher training at the European Academy of Ashtanga Yoga with focus on yoga therapy.
I don’t follow any particular ideology, but rather try to apply my personal experiences and knowledge I have gained from different teachers. There is only one Yoga after all. ♥
You can read more about my classes here:
Yoga Alliance certified Teacher (Hatha Yoga), Yoga Acharya (200RYT) AyurYoga Eco Ashram, Mysore district, India
Focus on Mysore Style and Yoga Therapy (European Academy of Ashtanga Yoga)
Natasa Cvetkovic, Manju P. Jois, Vienna (ongoing)
Polish Sports Academy, Warsaw
University of Life Sciences, Warsaw (Biotechnology in medical processes)
Universität Stuttgart, Germany (Immunology)
Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna (Communication studies, Public relations)