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Yoga teacher  |  Bodyworker 

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For as long as I can remember, there was always this inner knowing, this yearning that there must be more to life. 

 

As a child growing up, struggling to find a place in the society I was born into, I spent much time questioning and contemplating the seemingly restricted sense of Reality I was experiencing. 

This search to find my sense of self led toward a misaligned path of sex, drugs & rock'n'roll. Disillusion created a belief that this was it, until finally a pivotal event rocked my world, meaning there had to be a change. So I left for India.

Travelling across Asia, I left the identity I had created behind in search of the answers once again. Searching high and low, from mountain, to jungle, to ocean. 

It was through a spontaneous meeting outside a tea shop in Kathmandu that my journey with Yoga began.

 

This pointed me toward a course in Kriya Yoga, and it was like waking up to what had always been.  The more I dived into the practice and philosophy, the more familiar it all felt, and was able to make sense of the previously "unusual" experiences I felt as a child. 

Here I found the answers. I found my path. 

With passion, I continue to study and teach the art of Yoga to this day - drawing from the wisdom traditions of Hatha Yoga, Ayurveda and Non-dual Tantra. 

I wish for these teachings, which brought so much clarity and purpose to my existence, to be shared with all. Through the awakening of all to the Self that lies within - may we live in a harmonious world full of truth, and love.

 
 
I offer full gratitude to my teachers, and to their teachers before them
Mark Whitwell -  www.heartofyoga.com
Rod Stryker -  www.parayoga.com
Akasha Family -  www.akashayogaacademy.com
Brad Hay -  www.bradhay.com
Ananta Sylvain Girard -  www.arym.org

“Once you know yourself as a genuine seeker, and when your own inner chamber is quite enlightened, then comes the natural unfoldment of pure love and compassion, and a genuine desire to serve others.” - Rod Stryker