Every morning upon opening my eyes, I find the inspiration in the opportunity given to me to be able to practice, learn, teach and share yoga, to be able to bring as many souls as I can in the mat to have more yogis and make this world a better place to live.
Neha’s yoga journey began five years ago as a means to balance work life and a rigorous gym workout. After two years of an on-off relationship with Bikram yoga, Neha decided to take on a 30-day yoga challenge.
What inspires me? There are a lot of things that can provide inspiration – seeing other people accomplish great things, seeing other people overcome adversity, hearing inspirational quotes from great people, even the sheer beauty of nature can remind us just how lucky we are to be alive.
Yoga’s swing-out sister whose practice is gracefully rooted in a dance and gymnastics background, a 2002 introduction to Ashtanga, and a Flow yoga focus discovered during teacher training in 2010. Sharing Flow, Power, and Swing yoga with students harnesses a lifelong passion for movement.
What Inspires Me? – Inspiration for me is everywhere — from the smile of my loved ones, to the words of my favourite writer or to the blooms on my morning walk. We just need to open our eyes, and breathe it in. My family, nature, my students, music, love, dreams, beauty and happiness inspire me the most.
Finding balance from within is what YOGA transpires in life. Stepping back into memory lane signifies infinite inspiration to stay fit & healthy, finding peace and true happiness and to do what you love.
LAURIE JANE EMMERSON
Laurie is from Australia, over the last 10 years she has been living, travelling and working in Thailand, Singapore and Dubai.
She has been a passionate high school art teacher for almost 20 years, with strong values on the importance of education.
South African born yogi – Vanessa, realised how her previous job was taking a toll on her body and peace of mind, approaching burnout–Vanessa quit her job to find that mind, body.soul connection. She has since graduated from Absolute Yoga Academy.
Tegan completed her 200 hours yoga teacher training in beautiful Bali having previously practiced the over the past 10 years. She originally discovered yoga whilst studying her Bachelors Degree in Dance and Culture at University in the U.K and fell in love with the calmness and clarity yoga brought to her daily life.
“I believe that one who can live in moments and spreads love and laughter is a Yogi. Love and joy is our natural state but we create innumerable obstacles in their free flow. Yoga is a methodology to eradicate physical, mental, emotional and energetical garbage, so that our well-being Is restored”
Joumana was first introduced to Ashtanga yoga while attending university in Montreal, Canada. She began her studies with Mark and Joanne Darby, who are Certified by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois. Joumana was initially attracted to the physical practice.
My passion in life is to grow daily with my practice and to inspire people around me. With my own example, I wish to bring harmony to there life, to give a chance to find best of them. I think that yoga is the best for to achieve a balance in life.
Joanna Kasprzyk has an Architectural background with which she has pursued a career in the Nuclear Industry for about 10 years. Her move to Dubai 14 years ago helped her discover Pilates, which she has fallen in love with straight away.
I’m inspired mostly by stories of people who succeed in their journeys, overcoming obstacles and believing in themselves, by people who are not ashamed of failing and trying again, by people with disabilities and yet they make movement achievable or even practice yoga.
I have been a seeker and I still am, but I stopped asking the books and the stars. I started listening to the teaching of my Soul. – by Rumi.
A dedicated Vinyasa Flow practitioner, Samah began her yoga journey 10 years ago when she discovered a good one hours stretch well complemented her fitness regime.
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