“Yoga is the state where you are missing nothing.” Shri Brahmananda Sarasvati
Since her very first class, Lydia has been mesmerized by the transformative power and therapeutic impact of yoga; that by means of breath and movement on the mat, we can explore the interconnectedness of all off the mat. She sees yoga as a holistic, radical approach to inner peace, simply by means of looking inside. Yoga is for her a daily invitation to an endless deepening of inner peace and joy.
Lydia’s teaching style empowers students to explore the path of liberation by creating a safe space, where students find confidence and strength to re-connect with themselves. She loves to share her knowledge of the yogic tools of movement of the body, breathing, devotion, meditation, deep listening and the exploration of the traditional texts of yoga. In teaching, she is inspired to share the obvious, so that the unobvious can continue to unfold.
Lydia shows deep reverence for the teachings of yoga. She is grateful for her teachers David Life and Sharon Gannon, who inspired her to study the science of Yoga, and for all the students and teachers of past, present and future.