Agneta

Agneta has been an active fitness leader for over 20 years teaching a classes to all ages and
fitness levels. As a natural development in her fitness journey Agneta was drawn to the body and
mind connection to achieve health and well-being for the whole being and started exploring the
benefits of yoga. This led her to undertake her 200 hours YTT in Bali. After practicing and
teaching yoga for a few years Agneta wanted to deepen her practice and develop her skills as a
teacher. In 2018 Agneta undertook her 300 hrs YTT in Peru with a focus on studies in Ayurveda
and Shamanism. Agneta has in addition to her 500 hrs YTT attended training with prominent
yoga teachers learning other styles of yoga together with further studies in Ayurveda.
Agneta has throughout her life maintained a keen interested in health and fitness. Growing up in
Scandinavia Agneta spent a great deal of time with outdoor activities as well as actively pursuing
a variety of sports. Agneta moved to Australia in 1997 and has watched her children grow up and
now finding more time to develop her yoga practice and continue her spiritual journey. Agneta is
teaching Vinyasa yoga which is based on hatha yoga and she strives to give her participants a
safe space to become more aware of the connection of body and mind for a stronger and
healthier being. Her classes are suitable for all levels and have a strong focus on everyone being
able to achieve their goals whatever they may be. Through her yoga classes Agneta aims to
bring calmness to the mind and increase awareness of our bodies thus creating a healthy mind
inside of a healthy body.
In our busy lives we often forget to find time for ourselves. Through her working career Agneta
has seen and experienced the effects of having a demanding career and not being able to find a
healthy work life balance and the potential health issues it can lead to. Through her own
experience Agneta started to explore alternative health modalities to achieve better health. This
lead to the path of Ayurveda which strongly resonated with her as Ayurveda focusses on the
individual healing. As Ayurveda is a sister science to yoga the integration of Ayurveda into yoga
practice has great benefits for healing the mind and body.
Agneta aims to give her participants a safe space to nurture their bodies and minds in an
encouraging environment resulting in a happier and healthier you.

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November 19, 2020