The most important things cannot be seen, they are felt with the heart.
Radio interview for Český rozhlas Sever broadcasted on 4th January 2019, where I talked about how I went from being a lawyer to teaching yoga, about my travels to India and so on 🙂 The interview is only in Czech
I teach both private and public classes, and specialise in teaching prana vashya yoga, pranayama and other yogic techniques such as trataka, yoga nidra, mantra japa, jala and sutra neti, basic meditation techniques, etc.
I believe that the practice of yoga should not be limited only to asanas, so therefore I´m trying to offer more traditional approach to yoga.
If you are interested in my journey to India, see the articles on my blog. You can find there articles about the yoga practicioner´s life in Mysore, and other stuff that you can experience only in this wonderful country.
This website is all about yoga, which is what love, practice and teach. I am very happy that I have this amazing opportunity to share the beauty of yoga and hopefully inspire others to practice it as well, and find its benefits for themselves.
Nowadays, I focus mainly on teaching prana vashya yoga, pranayama, and shatkarmas/shatkriyas (the yogic cleansing techniques, especially jala and sutra neti, kapalabhati, and trataka). Occasionally, I still teach ashtanga, hatha or vinyasa yoga. I believe that yoga is for everyone and the practice should be tailored to the needs of each individual.
I endeavour to create a safe and friendly environment for practice where everyone feels welcome. I strive to make independent yoga practicioners who will eventually learn how to do self-practice, and one day will no longer need a teacher. Also I enjoy explaining the technique in detail and see its magic working in practice. I am particularly interested that my students get a complete picture of yoga in its traditional sense, so that their practice is not solely limited to asanas, but they also learn other yogic techniques, which they can then apply in practice.