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I fell in love with yoga in 2011. During my first lesson I immediately felt a connection between myself and infinity and from that day onwards I study and practice this discipline everyday. With the awareness of the power that this ancient science has for individual transformation I attended a course in Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training as taught by Yogi Bhajan achieving the international certificate “IKYTA-KRI” Level 1 and 2 with the purpose of sharing this sacred instruments with whoever wants to follow this path. Since 2012 I organize Yoga events with international Teachers. In 2015 I organizes the first Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training in Sicily. I have organized and taught in workshops in several parts of Italy. For three years I also took part in the organization of the Yoga event “Women’s Camp”. I’m enthusiastic about Tantric Numerology and Crystal therapy with which I make personalized Mala based on one’s date of birth according to the Kundalini Yoga tradition. I have been a Shiatsu and Sat Nam Rasayan (ancient healing art) therapist for 5 years. I’m also a pilates-yoga teacher.

Sat Nam

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  • Coming from a Professional Dance background, I have always had a passion and need for movement, expression and release. Whilst I was working in London, I found home at an amazing Baptistestyle Power Yoga studio. I was instantly in love and dove right in, attending any class I could find time for. As my interest and passion increased, I began attending more and more workshops and eventually completed my RYS200 HR Teacher Training in 2013. I was completely transformed. I delved deep into the world of meditation, the Yogic ways and the self-transformative qualities of the practice. After teaching in London for 3 years, I embarked on a 14 Month Travel trip with my partner through India, Sri Lanka, SE Asia and Oz where Yoga, meditation and learning more was a must! My Yoga journey has continued to evolve since moving back home after 11 years in February 2017. My classes are deeply focused on breath, flow and alignment. Building a strong flow in harmony with your breath and unlocking the realms of mental and physical possibility is something I hope to inspire in people everywhere!
  • I took one of my first yoga classes in around 2006 in Sydney, Australia where I was born and raised. A close friend of mine had begun taking classes and convinced meto give it a try. Little did I know that it would eventually enrich my life and become a part of my daily routine.It wasn’t until I was around 21 in 2007 that I took classes a bit more regularly, trying out different classes such as Hatha, Vinyasa, Bikram, Hot Yoga and even Aerial. I became intrigued at the diversity of styles and felt the benefits from all of them. Since I started working at Sanya when it first opened its doors in October 2016 I was surrounded by such spiritual energy that I couldn’t help but delve more into the spiritual aspects of yoga and understanding the yogi way of life. I have been blessed to work closely with the founder of Sanya and yoga and meditation expert Yasmin De Giorgio. Attending her mediation classes and workshops and being trained in house privately with her, I have been able to dive deeper within and share the magic of yoga with others. In my classes you will experience both gentle and dynamic flows along with breathwork to make you feel a sense of connection with yourself.
  • I always yearned for something deeper in my life and I never felt I received that until I discovered the practice of Meditation. A technique I found at Sanya which is truly powerful and have been practicing ever since. The more connected I got to my meditation practice the more I understood the meaning of Yoga. Not just in the asana form but also in our daily lives. To be more conscious with everything that crosses our path. To bring peace to our body and mind and to others. Trained in house, my classes are for anyone who would like to take a step back from their daily lives and find time to go within. Whether you are a beginner or you would like to experience a gentle Hatha flow, I look forward to meeting you.
  • Julia is of dual nationality Macedonian and Polish. She has a love for food, creating healthy vegan meals and listening to music. A keen dancer from the early age of four, Julia kept upwith many different forms of dance. She was drawn to the powerful effect of practising different dance techniques the concepts, the impact it had on her body, her mind and her life in its entirety. She knew immediately that she wanted to dedicate her future to learning and teaching this noble philosophy of life. She was introduced to Yoga in 2006 during her travels and after continued to deepen her practice in London. Julia’s practice felt very natural to her, but it was her trip to India, the philosophy, the ancient and holy teachings of Yoga that really hit home. This is where she found her life purpose learning, sharing and living in the total surrender of now. Guided by her beloved yogi, it was there in the ashram (Yoga Vidya Gurukul) Nasik India her true calling was born. Since then she hasn’t looked back. She is constantly creating new ways to bring Yoga to those that need it most, allowing them to strengthen the relationship they have with themselves by generally bringing a sense of happiness and positivity into their lives. In 2016 Julia accomplished 250 hours of Yoga teaching training, followed by 100 hours of pre and post-natal TTC, and also went onto Yin Yoga levels 1 (Anatomy & Theory) & 2 (Meridian series & Traditional Chinese Medicine), with Sebastian and Muriel in Bali. Julia’s classes help you to stop worrying about the future and rehashing the past and become present. Julia helps you to remember who you are, what’s important in life and helps you to breathe. She practices and lives Yoga every day and offers the gift that transformed her life to you. This combined with a deep and authentic passion for her subject and genuine affection and respect for the people she works with makes her a very special teacher indeed.
  • I started practicing yoga in Thailand in 2012 during which I attended a Thai Oil Massage course. In 2013 I deepened my practise of Hatha yoga in Rishikesh, India. While being there I waslucky enough to attend daily satsangs by Prem Baba and ShantiMayi. This is really where I really decided to be on team consciousness. I discovered so many new things about myself at this vital time. Conscious breathing and being conscious with your words among others. Here I was introduced to so many new ingredients to put into my practice. I choose to always be a student of what I love. All of it. I have a lighthearted attention to detail and passionate dedication to the practice. It can be a struggle at times but my Yoga is the underlying force keeping all of the pieces together. Yoga reminds me that everything is connected so we must live, act, dance, breathe with awareness. If the journey really is the reward, then I choose to enJOY the journey. I hope you will join me.