"Yoga is not about achieving a fancy shape in the futureit’s really to connect deeply with ourselves"
Kirsten is one of the directors and head teachers of the Akasha Yoga Academy, which was founded in 2011. She teaches classical Hatha Yoga asana, Pranayama, Yin Yoga, Meditation, and is registered with the Yoga Alliance as Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher at the highest level (E-RYT-500).
Since 2008, she has been presenting drop-in asana classes, educational yoga programs, workshops, and meditation retreats, as well as 200-hours and 500-hours Yoga Teacher Trainings.
Kirsten shares her yoga journey, her experience of living in India, gives advice how to stay in present moment and how to start your yoga.
Welcome to Soul Story episode with Kirsten. We hope you enjoy it!
Watch the video and let us know your favourite part in the comments.More information about Kirsten: www.akashayogaacademy.com
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About Soul Story project:
'Alma' means 'Soul' in Spanish. At Alma Story we believe that everyone of use has a fragile soul inside, which we usually cover with all kinds of masks for whatever reason and Yoga helps to uncover our inner beauty.
At Alma Story we’re celebrating everyone’s uniqueness by building a community for yoga practitioners around the world from beginners to advanced of all nationalities, cultures, shapes, and sizes.
The project “Soul Story” is aimed to connect beautiful like-minded souls, who are all into yoga or just considering to explore yoga, share their unique life stories and create a beautiful place where everyone can feel supported and inspired.
If you have a story you would like to share, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, we would love to share it with the world.