Santidas Yoga |

Peace for Body, Mind and Soul

 

Chiara Pelino

I dis­cov­ered yoga in 2009 while chang­ing career path and it gave me the con­fi­dence to open up to new pos­si­bil­i­ties. It was fas­ci­nat­ing to observe the appar­ent slow­ness of Yoga which forces one to bring atten­tion to the body in an aware­ness process remind­ing me of psy­chother­a­peu­tic prac­tice.  At one moment, I began to feel the effects of Yoga on the mind and the per­cep­tion that we have of our­selves and the world around us. More recent­ly Yoga, is the prac­tice that allowed me to sur­vive the dai­ly stress at work as the only moment dur­ing the day where I could focus and calm the mind, releas­ing from an exhaust­ing mul­ti­task­ing mind set. The Teacher Train­ing at San­ti­das Yoga allowed me to dis­cov­er a dis­ci­pline which is so vast and rich that it does not cease to sur­prise me. As a teacher, I like to give tips and hints to increase body aware­ness and get clos­er to one Self.