On Savasana:

"By remaining motionless for some time and keeping the mind still while you are fully conscious, you learn to relax. This conscious relaxation invigorates and refreshes both body and mind. But it is much harder to keep the mind than the body still. Therefore, this apparently easy posture is one of the most difficult to master."

— "Light on Yoga," B. K. S. Iyengar


About Nangpa Yatra Yoga,

Is The name given to the spirit of my teaching and practice.

This almost magical self-exploration harmonizes softness and method, expression and interiority to find the essence, effort and release in simplicity.

Nangpa: Tibetan word meaning literally “inside-er”:

“Someone who seeks the truth not outside, but within the nature of mind. All the teachings and training in Buddhism are aimed at that one single point: to look into the nature of mind, and so free us from the fear of death and help us realize the truth of life” Sogyal Rinpoche (The Tibetan Book of living and dying, p52-53)

Yatra: Sanskrit word meaning "journey"

Yoga: Sanskrit word meaning "be one with”

Initially Nangpa Yatra Yoga has been a project in 2014 when I started with a blog that didn't reflect the spirit of my work. I decided to create this new website in 2015 by myself, in Vancouver, BC.

In 2018, is born Expansion Yoga 2018, the new name of Nangpa Yatra Yoga.

About Iyengar Yoga

The Iyengar approach is an art and a method based on building progressively an awareness on postural alignment, dropping off the focus on performance and esthetism. Through its therapeutic action, Iyengar Yoga has an impact on cellular regeneration, tonifying and rebuilding the whole group of organs and tissues balance and therefore, it’s strengthening the immune system and the musculo-skeletal system. The practice of pranayama, a conscious breathing has an positive impact on the body development and facilitate the integration of yoga postures by avoiding undesirable injuries.