Why do you teach Yoga?
I came into Yoga and Ayurveda around the same time, soon after spending a year in India in 1997. My Yoga practice and my teaching is inseparable from my Ayurvedic knowledge. I have been teaching Yoga since 2005, because I find it to be a powerful and accessible tool of transformation. I’m continuously fascinated by the connection between the different aspects of human life, and I find the path of Yoga to be a great instrument of union and balance. And of course – I teach it because I most need to learn it… and because I love it so much.
What can students expect from your classes?
In my classes you can expect to be met where you are. I don’t believe in pushing hard, but rather gently stretching into our boundaries. You may be challenged – but never in an aggressive way. I love a slow and contemplative practice. You can expect some focus on alignment with lots of room for variations and modifications. I love using props. And I always leave room for silence in my classes. I look forward to seeing you in the studio!
You can find out more about Dalia on her website.
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