I came to yoga about 20 years ago. At that time, traumas of diferent sorts were leading my existence. My back was hearting, and because of a very dysfonctional family, mentaly, I was quite lost.
So I was about 25 years old, as I first started to breath in a yogic way on a mat. This transformed my life completly.
I decided to travel through India and I arrived to Rishikesh. At that time I did not even know it was in this very town that my future master of yoga, Sivananda, established his Ashram decades ago. Actually he was already dead ... more than 30 years ago.... but his disciples were continuing his works through him.
I have since then never stopped practicing yoga. In 2007, I decided to become a yoga teacher to transmit what that lineage of sages taught me. Two years later, I completed the sivananda intensive yoga sadhana. In 2011, I attended a course on the yoga of psychology. Meanwhile I became certified in sophrology. As a pasionate of raja yoga, I specialized in trauma yoga.
Believe me or not. My own experience allows me to attest that yoga makes you free of all yours pains, traumas. Yoga makes you stronger. Yoga makes you happier. Yoga improves your relationships. Yoga makes you a better person and a better human being.