Gazit Dairy Farm in Kibbutz Gazit
I have been teaching yoga since 2001 and in the past five years. In the studio in our home classes are held in small groups: beginners, advanced, advanced and a moving and moving group of pregnant women.
I meet the third age once a week at the enrichment club in the pottery workshop. We practice an hour of yoga on a chair and it is a great pleasure for me.
Once a week, I volunteer at Givat Hamoreh in the “Chokim Yahad” association, a group of cancer survivors, a field I have specialized in over the past year.
It is always possible to coordinate with me individual yoga sessions that invite deepening and precise intention for a variety of needs.
What guides me and gives me great satisfaction is the ability to convey the principles of Vijnana Yoga in a way that connects a person to his body and to surround him. There is something basic, simple and yet profound and common to all of us – breathing and movement in a space that is overwhelmingly influenced by gravity. The practice allows to experience and experience from listening and from there the abilities improve.
In conclusion I will quote from the book “The Heart of Practice Thoughts on Yoga” written by my teacher Orit Sen-Gupta:
“… to teach is also to learn – to see something with a new look, to understand a little differently the subject learned through the questions and dilemmas that arise in the lesson … I find myself alert and intrigued: it excites me to talk about topics in yoga that fascinate me …” (p. 72)
“… The teachings and teaching encompass the whole world, its order, its truth, embracing our practice, our control, our peace, our prayer, our guests, our children, everything.” (P. 82)
“I suddenly understood the secret of coaching, it is true that it does not make my mind completely stable, yet it is brighter and more stable than without it, more attentive to the waves of calm and to myself and to others, and from there to the better. (P. 106).