Name: Vraja Nari
After 2 years of psychology studies Vraja was looking for more meaning in her life and came in touch with the philosophical aspects of yoga and started 2002 practicing Bhakti Yoga .
Being fascinated by this new world opening up before she decided to fully immerse herself and lived for 9 years in ashrams in Germany, England, Belgium New Zealand and Australia. This began her focus on a variety of yoga practices; studies of Vedic texts, kirtan and meditation.
2004 Vraja completed a 200h yoga teacher training course in Manchester UK and 2008 a 300h course in Rishikesh India, and until today she is always keen to upgrade and develop her skills, always feeling a student of the yoga science. It is that curios, explorative and deeply challenging spirit that she is carrying into her Yoga classes.
At present moment Vraja is serving as mentor and vegan chef in a yoga community and of course teaching and practising lots of yoga.
Getting to know the crew:
What is your favourite Asana posture? Why?
My favourite asana is the one which brings out the intensity of yoga where your self, mind and body are put in a place where all you can do is being strong and soft, breath and surrender.
When students walk out of my class I hope they feel…
I’m grateful for…
Being blessed with all the wonderful people in my life and all the opportunities and support I’ve been given.