My name is Xenia and I have been living in London since 2007.
I quickly realised that the hectic rhythm of a big city can easily bring one off-balance.
Yoga & Ayurveda, as sisters sciences, brought everything together in a deeper
understanding of our existence and its' balance within the world.
I have worked and studied in the field of theatre & physical movement for over 15 years,
which enriched my knowledge in body awareness. Sports, Yoga, Alexander Technique,
support my idea of listening to life's vibrations in depth.
When Ayuverda was introduced into my life, I found that it put everything in to perspective.
I am passionate about Ayuverdic therapeutic massage techniques and the way in which one can help the body to breathe through its’ physical, physiological and psychological existence. As an Advanced Ayurvedic Therapist my goal is to build this awareness to my clients. To motivate them in order for find the root of the off balance, realize the body's unique possibilities and let go of anything that the body doesn't need.
That is why in Ayurveda, individuality is crucial. In Ayurveda we believe that ''we are what we eat''. But diet shouldn't be a general pattern of eating.
It applies to our psychological body too. This is the reason that many diseases like eczema, psoriasis, depression, diabetes are strongly connected to wrong diet habits as well as psychological factors.
I trained with Sunita Passi and Tri-dosha.
Yoga and meditation, is an important part of my practice and a tool to help keep me balanced.
I am qualified as a 200hr Yoga Instructor in Quantum Yoga, which embraces flow together with Ayurvedic wisdom.
My practice adapts with the group, focuses on breath, alignment and remain playful.
Who wants to suffer in a Yoga practice - or any practice- anyway?
Passionate about life, I am also a writer, traveler and I do hike a lot!
I love mountaineering and can happily live between mountains, trees and waterfalls. Nature is a great medicine and it helps me to get back to my roots as a human being.
I believe that we can dream with our eyes open as long as we are able to let things flow in the present without being hooked to the past and the expectations of the future. Maybe this is the way we can find peace with the world we live in.
Let it come, let it go, let it flow.
“The body is your temple. Keep it pure and clean for the soul to reside in.”