I began my yoga journey over 20 years ago when I attended my first yoga class. I was intrigued by the idea that there was more to yoga than just the postures (asana). It was this aspect that drew me in and still fascinates me to this day.
I now know that there are so many benefits, both physical and mental, to be gained not just through the actual physical practice but also through yoga philosophy.
Wonderful books I have read on the subject such as: “Light On Yoga”, by BKS Iyengar and “The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali” are full of amazing wisdom completely relevant to our lives today .
Since that first class of all those years ago, yoga slowly and surely became the huge part of my life that it is today. It has had an enormously positive affect not just on myself, but on those around me.
I feel very lucky to have benefited in so much from studying with some great teachers over the years. Wonderful asana teachers like David Swenson, John Scott, David Willliams and David Collins. And inspiring philosophy teachers, primarily Marianne Jacuzzi, whose understanding of knowledge of the history of yoga and the spiritual aspects of the practice is extraordinary and profound. I am still learning and always will be – the more I discover, the more I want to know. I most recently had the privilege to study with the gifted Kathy Cooper, Gregor Maehle and Monica Gauci, all of whom embody yoga.
I love to pass on what I can in my classes, where I hope that my love of, and passion for yoga shines through.
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