I have been walking path of yoga since I was 18 years old, when I attended Iyengar Yoga classes in my hometown of Strasburg, France, and had an immediate connection to the practice and ideas of yoga. Later that year, I traveled to India for a journey that lasted 12 months, where I deepened my connection to yoga with a variety of teachers in a variety of ashrams throughout India. I began to explore this tradition and especially to understand yoga outside of the mattress. I continued my journey at the age of 20, when I went to India again, and I took an Ayurvedic (Indian medicine) massage course and practiced meditation and yoga with a variety of other unknown teachers, and developed a personal practice routine that supported my life.
In 2009 in Israel I met my teacher to this day, Shimon Ben Avi, and I met the Ashtanga Yoga Vinyasa method that became my base of practice.
In 2013, I studied a two-year teacher’s course, and continued to explore and deepen the self-inquiry which yoga offers, with the help of a variety of teachers in Israel and abroad, such as Roxanne Stolk, Andrei Sidarsky and many more. I teach Ashtanga and Vinyasa lessons and yoga classes for children to which I am connected through my work as a Waldorf kindergarden teacher, and I find it a great privilege to share, teach and learn yoga.
You are welcome to walk with me. Hari Om.