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My classes are a contemplative and creative
exploration of the whole spectrum of yogic practices. Offering gentle support and guidance to students as they learn how to relate to their body as the seat of  awareness and organic intelligence. Encouraging the use of the practice as a way of cultivating sensitivity, embodiment and self observation.

I have trained extensively in the traditional Hatha Yoga lineage and  have been practicing yoga for over 14 years taking my first teacher's training in 2015. My love for Yoga has gifted me unforgettable experiences, from being immersed in yogic studies in an ashram in South India to buddhist meditation in the Himalayas and I am humbled and grateful for the way the practice has shaped my life and guided it towards wholeness and harmony. It is my purpose to share the knowledge gained in the hope that it will guide others in their personal path of evolution.

Along the way I have studied under wonderful teachers and mentors: Rich Logan, Abbie Galvin, Panos Katsandris, among others. 

My teaching is influenced by further studies in katonah yoga, vipassana meditation, feminine embodiment practices & trauma-informed yoga.

I am also a student of Cha Dao. Tea has been an important plant teacher who has supported my meditation practice and has guided me deeper into a contemplative life, more inclined towards reverence, slowness and beauty. I was the first person to start hosting Tea Ceremonies and meditations in Greece, and I am honoured to continue being a channel of transmission for this beautiful medicine.

I am currently settled in the city of Patras in Western Greece where I teach regular classes and workshops, women's circles and tea ceremonies.

I also hold a BA in Philology, and I love exploring the inner landscape through writing. Pieces of my work have been published in Bellevile Park Pages in Paris and Ozon Mag in Greece.

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