Hi, I'm Mirja
At the age of 54, yoga became a part
of my daily life while I worked and travelled
in India in 2002.
Practicing daily since then has made
me stronger, more resilient, healthier and happier,
even through the varied challenges life brings.
I completed my 200 hrs yoga teacher
training 2011 -2012 in the Integral Yoga
tradition and remained a student of yoga
On graduating from Yoga teacher
training I was given the name Dharani.
Dharani means supporter or earth goddess.
The name is appropriate not least because my
attitude to life and yoga is firmly rooted
to the earth.
I've continued to learn from
other teachers and lineages of yoga including
Yin with Sarah Powers and
Vinyasa with Jason Crandell.
New inspiration comes from many sources:
direct learning from every class I teach,
meditation, from my wonderful students
and from the wisdom of many other yoga
teachers, past and present.
My aim is to share what I love with others,
to bring the enjoyment of yoga to my students and
open their hearts to the magic and the true
meaning of the practice.
See you in the class!