Mischa's yoga journey began over a decade ago and slowly began to weave its way through her life; she is continually humbled and inspired by the potential of yoga to transform, expand and heal and is devoted to sharing the practice with others. She has studied under many masterful teachers and is dedicated to her personal practice and study which forms the foundation of her teaching. Mischa has trained extensively with Sianna Sherman who is of enormous influence and inspiration; she is now in apprenticeship with Sianna and assists on workshops and trainings globally. Mischa regularly visits and has spent over a year in India studying, practicing and visiting sacred sites and it holds a very special place in her heart.
She teaches a heartfelt practice with creative sequencing, a deep focus on breath and alignment and a combination of strong steady flow and longer holds to both uplift and tap into the stillness. She draws her understanding from a number of styles and traditions, particularly inspired by the philosophy and practices of the Tantric lineage. Her classes are woven with philosophy, myth and stories and include music, chanting and ritual. Mischa is also studying the Priestess tradition which supports her work with ritual, ceremony and the deepening of relationship with the Self, one another and nature. In a retreat environment the practices offered are incredibly diverse and always expand far beyond the students expectations as Mischa weaves in layers of influences from her personal practices and study to create a unique and beautiful experience.
Mischa’s teaching is passionate and knowledgeable, her intention is to both challenge and restore, holding a space for individuals to open, reflect and absorb. You will be taken on a joyful journey of self inquiry and unfolding. Mischa is committed to her own study and practice as the foundation of her teaching.
Jan 23 - 30, 2019 (8 days)
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When mind is quiet, all is Self. When mind moves, the world arises. So be Still, throw away everything and be free. Papaji