Javiera is a charismatic young yogi, who was introduced to yoga by her mother at a very young age. The movement, breathing and shifting of energy through the body is what influenced Javi's decision to study and work in the field of Physiotherapist.
Born in Chile, Javi has travelled far and wide. She completed her Teacher Training Course in Canggu; Bali, and since wholeheartedly embraced the yoga practice as a way of life.
Her classes encourage students to find a deeper connection to their breath, their inner most selves, and the present moment. She believes in helping students acknowledge their limitations and you will fall in love with her smile and her passion for life.
The most favorite yoga asana for me is flow into Flying Pigeon or Eka Pada Galavasana. Well this is evident not an easy pose. Once I understood the roots of this beautiful pose, once I put on practice a considerable amount of openness in the hips, core and upper body strength, as well as a courage to overcome the fear of falling flat on my face, I haven´t quite got it till reaching and experience it over and over again. Create a serie of flows, poses and sequences aim to increase mobility in the hips and glutes, active the shoulders and the core as well as creating heart, energy and concentration.
It makes more beautiful this asana because is just a combination of Pigeon pose and Chaturanga Dandasana, others two favorite poses.
More than a quote is an extract of Patanjali philosophy. "Yoga is the neutralization of ego-directed feelings, because once these become stilled, the yogi realizes that he is, and that he has always been, one with the Infinite-that his awareness of this reality was limited only by his infautation with limitation"
My daily inspiration for my personal practice is the mantra that I decided to repeat inside of me every day: Be present, be here, embrace every day as it could be your last one. I have been experienced an uncertain moments in my life and have this sort of mantra with me make me feel grounded, on calm, connected with my spirit, my soul, my body and my mind. It turned into my personal mantra.
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“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
― Mary Oliver