My story, my yoga journey, began over a decade ago when I attended a random class in my hometown in Poland. Since that moment, I have never stopped discovering—and being inspired by—the power of yoga. I started my yoga teacher training in 2016 and have been learning ever since. First, I completed a 250-hour vinyasa yoga teacher training course in Zurich, Switzerland.
This inspired me to travel to India and deep-dive into hatha yoga with a 200-hour teacher training course at one of the ashrams in Rishikesh. Most recently, I joined Threes PhysiYoga Method to complete an intensive 100-hour PhysiYoga training course for yoga teachers. Under the guidance of top physiotherapists from New York, I’ve been studying anatomy and mobility in yoga—which I’ll be bringing to the Bubble Yoga Studio very soon. I also recently enrolled in Anatomy in Yoga training with Dr. Andrew McGonigle. In addition to yoga, I offer restorative practice and sound healing ceremonies, including Tibetan healing bowls.
As you can see, I consider myself a ‘forever student’. I strongly believe that all forms of movement link the mind and body, and can have a powerful healing effect both mentally and physically. I incorporate many traditions—vinyasa, hatha, PhysiYoga, restorative yoga, sound bath, meditations—into my teaching.
My ultimate goal is to use physical therapy movement-based yoga (based on the TPM method) to empower my students and enrich their lives with healthy movement.
Courses and certifications
Threes PhysiYoga Advanced Teacher Training (250 hours) — online, New York, US
Sound Healing with Tibetan Bowls with Michaela Diamanti (50 hours) – Zurich, Switzerland,
Hatha Yoga Teacher Training (200 hours) – Jeevmoksha Gurukul Ashram, Rishikesh – India
Geometry in Yoga Training with David Regelin (40 hours) - Yogaholics United, Zurich, Switzerland
Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training (250 hours) - Pop Up Yoga, Zurich, Switzerland