I teach yoga, I love yoga and I live yoga. The reason for that is that yoga has changed my life. Yoga has cured me of a difficult disease, but what is most important yoga has positively changed me as a person and has changed how I view the world. Yoga is so much more than the physical practice. Yoga is a way of life. And i love teaching that way of life to everyone that the universe sends into my life.Â I have a steady asana practice. In addition, I practice pranayama and meditation daily. I also do my best to practice karma yoga and bhakti yoga in my life.
A bit of technical info ðŸ™‚
I have 500 hr teacher training yoga alliance certificates from Rishikesh and Dharamsala (India). This allows me to teach Hatha, Hatha flow, and vinyasa. In addition, I have 100 hours of teacher training in Meditation from Rishikesh
In addition, I have 25 hr teacher training in yin with Master yogini Ulrica Norberg, which allows me to teach yin. When Ulrika I back to Norway in August 2020 I will take 25 more hours with her :).
I have 250 hrs of yoga therapy from Yoga Point in Nasik (India). This is an amazing ashram and hospital that I would recommend anyone to visit and stay in. This certificate allows me to teach mediyoga, therapy, yoga Nidra, restorative yoga, prenatal yoga, and different therapeutic workshops. This training has given me knowledge in Ayurveda as well.
And finally, I have a certificate as an Ayurvedic Practitioner from the Ayurvedic Academy of Kerala (India). This allows me to give Ayurvedic massages, ru