I am currently setting up my new yoga website at www.yogawesterncape.com and wrote something about myself to inform people about who I am and my personality. I might be sounding silly, but all this is important when choosing a yoga teacher. What can you gain from this experience? Way more then what you may think.
See if you can find why while reading the following bio. I would love to hear your thoughts?
Here you can find information on Anina. This page should give you a good idea of what you could expect from a yoga practice with her and what you have to gain.
“Those who have met me may get the idea that I am a bit crazy and all over the place – scattered brain and maybe even a bit disconnected. I can assure you, and you may ask anyone who knows me a little better, that this is not the case at all. Everything I do, say, and show is with a good, rational reason. My mind works on a variety of different levels – all at once, at any given time. Unless you take a moment to think about it – you will not be able to understand it. If you do have a moment though – I will show you truths and beauties that you could not have imagined!”
I am silly, and infinitely positive. I am, however, also a realist. I laugh at everything. I see something positive and beautiful in absolutely everything. This is the energy that I have to offer in every class of mine. (…and any others really.)
The Niyamas and Yamas are like my personal set of morals. This came to me naturally from birth. The teachings of yoga put it into terminology.
I channel creative energy through me constantly without restriction. This is also a gift I was born with. If you have a question, I have an answer. Only if the question comes from a true place of love. You seek the truth because you want to learn –
I am an emotional being. As long as there is emotion, I have something to work with, and we will always find benefits from interacting. I do not know everything, I am constantly learning. But I feel I do have a lot to offer because I care – unconditionally.
I do not take anything at face value. I deduct, analyze, and search for logical explanations for everything. I believe we have the ability to do this – and this for a reason – that we do so. Otherwise, we are no different than sheep. We are not sheep. Thus we need to ask questions, experience for ourselves, and never stop this process. Weather we are right, or wrong or the experience seem within itself good, or bad, this has no relevance. We were given the ability to think – and we will be stupid and insignificant in this universe if we do not use our abilities to the utmost degree. If we were not supposed to, it would not have been possible. So be everything you can be – strive to be more with every breath you take. Allow others on the same journey – no matter what side of the road they are on. Live, experience, question, learn, love, grow. Show more. Say less. Laugh – because no one really knows what is going on either!
Hari Om Tat Sat