Hi, my name is Diana. I’m originally from Kazakhstan, Astana, but for the past 3 years I’ve been living in Dubai , UAE.
I found myself in yoga 5 years ago. I was so disappointed with my body in my first yoga class, I was disappointed with its strength and flexibility.
Therefore I continued to do yoga to improve my posture. Then it turned out that my mental state was also not the best. All my fears, insecurities, all grudges started to appear on the surface.
I have come a long way. And I have changed. Yoga has changed my lifestyle, my vision of the world and my attitude towards people. I have become better in all aspects of many life, I fell in love with myself.
The best part is that I can share my experience and knowledge with other people. I can help them become better, work on themselves not only physically , but also spiritually. This makes me happy.
I’m working as yoga teacher for the past 4 years.
In may 2019, I completed 200 hours of yoga teacher training course in Vinyasa Yoga Academy, Rishikesh , India.
In addition to my main work in a yoga studio, I also created the Sunset Yoga project. I chose locations around Dubai (but most often on the beach) where my students and I could practice yoga and mediate while watching a beautiful sunset.
My aim is to share the incredible benefits of yoga with as many people as possible.
Let me help and inspire you!
Hatha yoga classes use the breath to create a link between the body and the mind. Hatha classes build flexibility and strength while minimizing the chance of injury. This well-rounded style balances and opens the body.
In addition to more flexibility and strength, a hatha yoga practice will lead to all the other usual benefits of yoga–reduced stress, lower blood pressure, more energy and better sleep.
Vinyasa Yoga essentially means movement synchronized with breath and is a vigorous style based on a rapid flow through sun salutations. You may also see a vinyasa yoga class referred to as a flow class, which refers to the continuous flow from one yoga posture to the next.
I love to free to mix up the order of the poses, or throw in something new and unexpected. This “no rules” approach to yoga means you’ll never fall into the slump that can set in when you repeat the same routine over and over. This style is a great way to learn the skills you need to build a strong foundation for a more advanced yoga practice.
Ashtanga Yoga is a highly structured vinyasa-style class. There are five Ashtanga asana series and each student must master every pose of the first series before moving onto the second series. The first series begins with ten sun salutations (five A and five B), continues with a series of standing poses done on each side, and finishes with a set of inversions and seated poses, which are linked by a vinyasa sequence. Ashtanga comes with all the benefits of a regular yoga practice–strength, flexibility, stress management, and inner peace. Because the series is so demanding (and in traditional practice you’re expected to practice most days) you will get really strong really fast. There is no part of the body that doesn’t work hard in this practice.
Yin yoga targets your deep connective tissues, like your fascia, ligaments, joints, and bones. It’s slower and more meditative, giving you space to turn inward and tune into both your mind and the physical sensations of your body. Because you’re holding poses for a longer period of time than you would in other traditional types of yoga , yin yoga helps you stretch and lengthen those rarely-used tissues while also teaching you how to breathe through discomfort and sit with your thoughts.