About The Teacher
A teacher in such sections of yoga as
- hatha yoga (including meditation and pranayama)
- yoga for pregnant women,
Nadya practices Yoga for more than 15 years.
She met and passionately fell in love with yoga in 2002, thanks to her wonderful, first teachers - Galina and Natalia Veremeenko.
The next year was spent in India, getting acquainted with various branches of yoga and practices directed at developing internal potential.
For three months she studied at the International Yoga Institute "Yoga Niketan" with Sudama teacher Ji Rathor, practicing Hatha Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama (breathing techniques), Shatkarma (cleaning techniques), and
Nada-yoga (sound vibration techniques of meditation).
Upon her return to Moscow in 2004, she began to teach hatha yoga.
In 2005, Nadya returned to India for a more in-depth study of meditation.
In the ashram, Shri Bhagavan received initiation for the transfer of Deeksha - the state of the Master's consciousness.
Since 2007, she has annually organized seminars and courses on pranayamas and meditations for her yoga teachers, Sudama Rathor and Savitri Rathor, in Moscow and some Russian cities in order to acquaint everyone with a deeper level of yoga.
Also in (contact info blocked), Nadya organized a certified teacher training course in Moscow, which was conducted by Sudama and Savitri Rathor. Two-month intensive course, which included the main topics -
asanas, pranayama, meditations, mudras, shatkarmas, yoga-nidra,
philosophy Advaita Vedanta, the basis of anatomy and physiology, yoga therapy.
In 2012 she was awarded the title Acharya Yoga "Gurukripa Indian Traditional Yoga"
In 2013, an advanced, certified intensive training course for teachers in Hatha Yoga and yoga therapy (200 hours) in Rishikesh (India) under the leadership of Sudama and Savitri Rathor was organized and passed.
Nadia forms her classes in such a way that the dive would be smooth, using breathing techniques and a soft warm-up for this. Thus, preparing the body for the load. The load is given carefully, without tearing, but effectively, according to the principles of yoga therapy.
In addition to teaching (group and individual classes).