Silvia Quach

About The Teacher

Coming from an Asian immigrant family, Silvia was born in Germany and spent her gap-year in Australia, where her passion for yoga and travelling grew and led her to complete her yoga teacher training in Spain earlier this year.

Travelling has opened up her mind and changed her world view completely, allowing her to dive deeper into – and express – her interest in spirituality and healing.

Yoga has helped her to live her life more mindfully and connected to herself. Through practising yoga asanas she discovers her unconscious imbalances within and is able to release the pain associated with them.

Silvia is excited to be part of the positive change that yoga brings to this world and enjoys each experience she has as a yoga teacher. She is inspired by the sensation she feels after sharing yoga, Reiki and anything that allows people to feel connected, cared for and at ease.

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