I started my yoga journey 30 years ago. I've had the opportunity to practice with many yoga teachers through this time. I met Diana 3 years ago and would say without a doubt that she embodys a silent strength, profound wisdom combined with perfect articulation of what the practice is all about. When I first came to the Shala, I was surprised how friendly and welcoming everyone was and how Diana took such a personal approach to my practice. I feel as though coming to the Shala is a mini-retreat in my day.
The practice and teachings are very relevant in my work as a Hospice Nurse. For the last 18 years at the heart of my work is the study and practice of spiritual care, assisting hundreds in preparation for a meaningful death. Dedicated to fostering awareness and compassion for those facing their final days, the teachings at the Shala are not only beneficial for the work but essential for my own personal care and growth. Taking Dhristi off the mat and into my life is a constant reminder that this life is a precious journey. How I choose to respond to life creates energy, freedom and space for more love.
With Diana's expertise and knowledge she is able to travel with others in territory that we haven't explored ourselves. It's that exploration of our own inner life that enables us to form an empathetic bridge to others, which is evident in the space she holds for us at the Ocean Shala.
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