Yoga came to me for the first time when I was 12 years old. I remember I was glancing through the library of my parents and I found a medical encyclopedia of the “reader’s digest”. At the very end of it there was an appendix introducing yoga as an alternative therapy for maintaining good health. Back then I remember I was intrigued and eager to try those weird positions the book was suggesting. I suppose I’ve always been fascinated by oriental disciplines, and during adolescence I engaged in the practice of some of them, like Judo and meditation, although never with enough perseverance. It was only in my 20es that I started practicing yoga with more resolution, due to back issues and stress. Amazed by the results I wanted to integrate the practice with the philosophy behind. As life unfolds, I was lucky enough to experience different styles and teachers moving between London and Berlin, integrating the practice with Vipassana, Mindfulness, Reiki, Sahaja Yoga and Transcendental Meditation. Last year I completed my 200 hrs Yoga Alliance Teacher Training at the slopes of Himalaya, in Northern India where I’ve been living for almost a year, before moving to Estonia, as a student of Buddhist Philosophy in the Tibetan in-exhile community. Currently I am teaching Hatha Yoga mainly influenced by B.S.K. Iyengar with elements from Vinyasa. My personal background comprehend also a MA in Languages and modern cultures and a Reiki master certification.