During this summer holiday, I had a break from teaching dance and yoga, so I have been able to deepen my own yoga practice. This is important for every yoga teacher. To be able to give and teach with a pure heart and soul, we need to dive in and re-study our self again. Only after such a realization I be feel ready to share what I've learned from this state of boundless equanimity. Most of my knowledge of yoga is mostly self-experienced and self-realized. Though during my yoga studies under the watchful eyes of my guru, I have strictly learned how the yoga asanas are build up brick by brick like building a house. How it similarly shapes and changes your thought forms into a boundles intellingence. There are only a handful of books that I’ve read about yoga. Most of my time I spend on the mat or in stillness contemplating about life-force until naturally reaching a divine state. It does not matter how long this lasts. Most important is that we keep on searching without self-criticism and rationalization. Slowly you re-shape your mind, body, emotions and your energy until you see your true nature. This is all what yoga is about. Knowing rather then thinking that I know.