I've been lucky enough to turn my passions (Yoga and Thai Yoga Massage) into a profession which gives me plenty of time to do what I love (like yoga and travelling). Yoga enriched and brought meaning to my life - after 15 years plus it hasn't ceased to be a source of fascination and novelty. Over the years, I shared the gift of Yoga with hundreds of students. I could witness how Yoga has transformed them, not only on physical but also emotional and spiritual levels. The wonderful Thai Yoga Massage has become a natural complement to Yoga: giving the treatments can create a very special connection with my clients and become a sort of meditation in motion. My third great passion are travels. Whether short or long, near or far, they always make me feel excited. I love being on the move and can't really 'grow roots' anywhere. My latest mission is to share with others the joy of discovering the world.

Kandy – the spiritual heart of Sri Lanka

Kandy, the second-largest city in Sri Lanka and it’s capital between the 16th and 19th century, is a surprisingly small and peaceful city. The lake and green hills around it … Continue reading Kandy – the spiritual heart of Sri Lanka

Haputale – the authentic feel of the Up Country

Haputale is a small, sleepy town in the Up Country, located at 1431 meters a.s.l. Inexplicably, it doesn’t draw many tourists, despite stunning, panoramic views and vicinity of the Lipton’s … Continue reading Haputale – the authentic feel of the Up Country

Ella – Kandy: probably the most beautiful train journey in the world

One activity you simply cannot miss when you’re in Sri Lankan Tea Country is a train journey. The full route from Ella to Kandy takes 9 hours but the most … Continue reading Ella – Kandy: probably the most beautiful train journey in the world