"Our aim is to share these teachings as accurately as possible whilst encouraging each individual to explore the beauty of this practice for themselves. We aim to direct students to rediscover their own inner wisdom and true nature, which is of course the ultimate quest of all yogic practices."
I discovere the practice of Yoga in 2009, which helps me then for the equestrian dressage competition. In 2011, I certify my practice and my teaching in Integral Yoga in Madrid; then Hatha Yoga and Therapeutic Hatha Yoga in Rishikesh (India) in 2012, taught by Jitendra Das. It is at this time that I discover Ayurvedic massages as well, and take several trainings including a one month long individual training in Rishikesh (India).
In 2015, the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga put me back on track after an injury falling off a horse. I find in the repetition of the Series and in the Mysore style a real path of transformation. I devote myself fully to this discipline, according to the method taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. In 2017, I start an apprenticeship with Kia Naddermier (also specialist in Pranayama, conscious breathing), and I follow her across Europe (Paris, Oslo, Stockholm, South of France, South of Spain ...). Firstly as a student, I continue to learn and study regularly. It is during this year 2017 also that I meet Ananta, who will train me at the Ayurvedic Yoga Massage method.
My purpose as a Yoga teacher is to provide a clear picture of the method to allow it to work fully, as well as to envelop everyone's practice, according to their own rhythm, through adjustments. The accuracy of the touch and the silence will then allow the feeling of internal sensations to arise. It is the awakening of this feeling, together with the intention to remain detached while observing, which will guide us fully through the path of purification, towards the revelation of the Self.