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My path

Everything started with Iyengar Yoga. I started practicing when I was 17 and I kept my practice until this day. Before that I was and athlete – I did judo for many years what ended up in many injuries and burn out. Then my mom took me the first yoga class and I fell in love. I knew that I wanted to be a teacher one day and to be honest yoga found me at the right moment. I was in high school and about to choose my next step in my academic path. I decided to study Physical Therapy and I did. After completing Bachelor’s degree, I decided that I needed something more to understand humans more fully and decided to pursue a degree in Psychology. In a meantime I was able to complete teacher training in Iyengar yoga. I was a full-time student and the Iyengar Yoga teacher at the time. Then came the time to write my thesis in Physical Therapy and when researching I encounter Rolfing Structural Integration. I got hooked just by the concept of the work- the big words like alignment, gravity, ease, integration, I had the idea planted in my heart, but then I was more focused on Psychology thinking I will become a researcher. Then there came another little twist in my life and I ended up moving to Colorado, where I signed up Dr. Ida Rolf Institute in Boulder. After first week of school, I knew that this is it. An interesting blend of everything that I have done so far and more. I felt like my playfulness, curiosity and genuine respect towards human experience could come to surface and show up in my practice. 

Now as a new mom I feel blessed because all of my previous experiences allow me to hold space for my child to become himself. And that is the main goal of practice to hold space for what needs to come to the surface, to create safe space for change to happen, either at the tissue, structural level, or deeper so that the person can fully embody herself or himself. And if we can get rid of some of the pain on the way- that is even better. 

What do I bring to my practice?



Respect towards all the human experience

15 years of experience in Iyengar Yoga

Extensive education – Master's Degree in Physical Therapy and Psychology

Years of mentoring with Senior Teachers in Iyengar Yoga as well as Advanced Rolfers


Sensitivity to different cultural backgrounds 


Continuing Education 

Deepening the 10 series through Rolf Movement 

Integration: Deepening the 10 series 

Craniosacral Therapy 1 at Uplegder Institute International

Source Point Therapy Module 1, 2 &3 


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