Over a decade ago, I left a hi-tech project managing job to become a yoga teacher. I did countless yoga teaching courses. I taught classes in gyms for pennies. I ran between schools and kindergartens with a pile of mats and a bag full of kid's yoga equipment. At schools, I would teach a class in front of 20 children, most of whom didn't really want to be there. I was always busy marketing in an attempt to acquire more and more customers. But nothing really caught on.
I was always busy, struggled, learned a lot, tried all kinds of things for kids ... But I couldn't say I made a living from teaching yoga.
But more importantly, I couldn't feel that I was able to touch the souls of the children with yoga.
Then 8 years ago, I saw a video of exercises with a hammock for back problems. I had to learn how to use it. At the time, there were almost no courses. I found Nati Steiner, who came for a visit from Italy and I had to drive 4 hours to take her course.
After the course, I got into my car, sat down, and began to digest what had happened there. I felt I had found my purpose! This is mine!
I'm going to teach yoga with the hammock and teach other people to fly! I realized that through the hammock, I could express myself!