Namaste to all, spectators, participants, parents, teachers, friends, students. It is a pleasure to serve you by giving you some useful thoughts to benefit your life. I am Camelia, qualified International Yoga Siromani, passionate about helping, healing and finding equanimity and union between the mind, soul and body.
When I moved to Switzerland to finish my studies in 2006, I soon joyfully discovered yoga and have been studying with world-renowned teachers in India, in Europe, in Indonesia, in Africa and Australia ever since.
I got the opportunity to integrate Yoga Searcher Resort in Uluwatu from 2015 to 2017, where I taught 3 classes a day and where I considerably improved with my own development and for many others a sanctuary.
I have traveled all over the world experiencing many different cultures and ways of life. My ability in speaking different languages has helped me integrate and adapt easily with new environments and establish long lasting connections worldwide leading to many possibilities.
Yoga, healing and meditation are my ways to stay centered and nourished. I am passionate about living and breathing yoga, and I feel the teachings are a blessing for all. I am devoted yogini and teacher, my class focuses on breath and proper alignment, allowing my students to work at their own pace and in a safe environment.
My mission is to encourage all to live to their fullest, most joyful and liberating potential!
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCES
In 2012, I followed the yoga teacher training under the guidance of my fellow teachers from the traditional Sivananda Yoga Academy in India.
Graduation day, 29 February 2012. The Himalayas.
In 2015 I enrolled Vyniassa with post & pre-natal and Yoga for children program and certified 200 hours yoga Alliance with Santosha School in Indonesia.
In addition, my background is over 15 years experience in the hospitality industry, working within several leading hotels of the world. I achieved management role at Temple lodge Resort in Bali in 2009 and at the Narwama restaurant in Marrakesh in 2012.
“Sometimes life pushes you to see beyond the horizon to find your true purpose”.
I would like to give a special thank you to my teachers who have taught me the principles of yoga and the philosophy of life. It has been a life changing experience.