kRtajNA Yoga and Thai Body Work

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http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=dove-acquistare-viagra-generico-50-mg-a-Bologna I have been practicing yoga for over 15 years. In July 2014 I decided to quit my full-time engineering job and move. I wanted to take a few months off to travel and found a trip to Nicaragua for a yoga teacher training. I thought I would only be going to deepen my own practice but found I really enjoyed teaching as well as learning. After my first yoga teacher training, I started studying Thai massage (body work), which originated from yoga, and received my Level I and II Thai bodywork certifications (as well as  a third certification from Pichest Boonthuumme in Chiang Mai). During this time I also started studying massage therapy, yoga therapy, and doing my own self study on the integration between our brains and bodies. I have been motivated by my own struggles to understand and heal my body, and as I learn I want to share with others that knowledge in hopes that they can understand their bodies a little better and work towards healing. I am grateful to have had opportunities to learn, teach, and share yoga and massage all over the world and plan to continue to learn and grow and share. 

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watch Enjoying life’s adventures. Always being grateful. kRtaJna. Sanskrit for gratitude.

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