What is YOGA?
Someone considers it a philosophy explaining the Universal Laws.
Someone considers it an applied science for everyday life.
For sure, Yoga is both of them, and something more that approaches our soul initiating its manifestation. Gradually, we notice that we are full of creative energies, that we are eager to create harmony everywhere: inside us, at work, at home, in the street, in society ...
During classes, we use various ancient techniques to develop awareness.
What does it
This means that we learn to feel our body, our breath, our emotions and our thoughts; to observe them and listen to them - we are establishing a “constructive dialogue” with our Essence. In modern society, people study for a very long time and a lot: starting from kindergarten, and in subsequent educational institutions, to a scientific degree - and, unfortunately, they never teach us how to communicate with the most important person in our life - with ourselves.
Yoga helps us in it... We know ourselves through the body, the breath (it is associated with the psyche and, consequently, with the emotional component), the process of thoughts observation.
We re-learn the language of our inner “I” in order to be aware of ourseourlves every second and listen and hear the voice of the Truth within us ...
With the advent of yoga in my life, its course has changed. Everything is shaping up to realize what is important and what only seems so. Events began to occur at an accelerated pace. Much of what it would have been possible to spend the whole life on has become clear during the year, for example.
This is my experience. Your path of unity will be different, unique to you.
Yoga is self-sufficient! It does not need recommendations. And everyone will find in it what one is looking for. Even if not yet aware of what it is.
I started practicing yoga in 2006. I am inspired by yoga, based on the principles of multidimensionality and giving a state of Universal Freedom. In 2008, I quit the “regular job” of the HR Manager in the International Audit Company and completed A. Lappa certification training in Universal Yoga (accredited by the International Yoga Association (USA)). Since then, I have been happy to share this science and art with the world, and over time, a new practice of DMETRA (Dynamic MEditation TRAnsformation) was born. It constitutes of moving meditation and RPT (Rapid Personal Transformations) which is based on Buddhist idea of triple mind (body, speech and mind), which is reflected in physiological unity of neo-, archi-, paleo- cortex (intellect, emotions, gross body). Moving meditation activates cortex and prepares for the next stage where we go through mental request to emotion and then define the body instinct, which keeps given emotion in tension and does not allow it to be released. I teach this technique to my yoga students and they have already reached some positive results in their lives.
I have accomplished a number of pilgrimages in India, Nepal, Tibet: to Everest, Kailash, Ladakh, Zanskar, etc. I regularly visit the Teachings of H.H. Dalai Lama in India. In Dharamsala (where the residence of the Dalai Lama is located) I studied for the Master Reiki and now initiate others into this wonderful healing energy. In South India, I studied and practiced Ayurveda, interested in astrology: Vedic, Western, Chinese.