Yumeiho 3rd grade and and Zen Thai Shiatsu massage, Kriya Yoga teacher
Moksha meets yoga about 13 years ago, followed by intensive training and trips around the world. He studied Ayurveda and Kriya yoga. He is an internationally certified teacher in Kriya – Hatha yoga and pranayama and has completed the “Yogic studies 1 & 2” courses at the Bihar School of Yoga.
“From the very beginning of my practice I had a delicate sense of imbalance that although difficult to be perceived, was found deep inside. As much as I tried I could not permanently balance my left and right side. I felt that I am missing something, because despite the hard practice I could not balance both sides of my body. I was looking for a method to go where yoga could not. With the help of various experienced masseurs I tried different approaches, all of which were great, but they could not reach the depths I was looking for.
I can honestly say that Yumeiho is the best practice I have found so far in terms of rebalancing the body. Once I felt that special eastern massage, I knew immediately that this is the method that I want to apply and I want to receive in addition to the practice of Yoga.
Over the years, I found that some people need to prepare themselves before receiving more serious manual techniques and this directed me to my other professional specialty and love – Zen Thai Shiatsu. This modern form of physical and energy impact on the body has become a great addition and alternative to my therapeutic practice.
For better results and to consolidate the achievements of physical and psycho-emotional level I gradually developed individual therapeutic yoga program that I offer to my patients. According to individual needs I added basic physical, meditative and breathing exercises.”