About Orsi: My story & studies
Stretching & Strengthening with Myofascial Focus
Body Analysis to discover & correct wrong habitual patterns
Personalised Prenatal Yoga
Postnatal Yoga focusing of abdominal & pelvic floor rehabilitation
Yoga for Kids
TTC in Ashtanga & Vinyasa Yoga - 500 hr
TTC in Kids Yoga - 100 hr
Yin Yoga Training for Teachers - 60 hr
TTC in Prenatal and Baby Yoga - 200 hr
Postnatal Yoga Training for Teachers - 60 hr
Ayurvedic Nutrition and Cooking - 200 hr
Prana Vashya Yoga School in Mysore - 250 hr intensive training in Asana and Pranayama
Anatomy Trains in Motion - 30 hr
My first yoga experience was in India in 2002 during my one year scholarship in Agra. At that time yoga was introduced to me as breathing and meditation. I found it to be too serious in those days of my life, I wasn't really prepared so it took me 3 more years to get back to yoga again.
At the age of 25, when yoga came into my attention again, I decided to join a physical yoga class, it was mainly for physical fitness. My idea about yoga changed two years later when I turned to it for therapeutic reasons - I wanted to get rid of my recurring lower back pain. This was the time when I started to take regular classes at a studio which specialised in yoga therapy for the spine. My back problems disappeared in 6 months and I started practising yoga every day.
Being a high school teacher quite soon, after completing several workshops and courses, I felt I would like to teach yoga as well. The motive was to bring people closer to their bodies.
In 2012, I signed up for my first teacher training in Hatha Yoga with the intention to deepen my knowledge, but life had a different plan for me, and instead of joining the training I had to leave my life in Hungary behind and move to Goa, India. This is where I ended up completing my first YA Certified 500hrs TTC in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and where I got my first group teaching experience - I became assistant teacher and then started teaching full time, eventually finding my own teaching style.
These two years of constant learning and teaching as well as getting a deeper understanding of Ayurveda with the help of a local specialist led me to believe that in order to experience the real benefits of yoga, it's important to look at everybody as an individual and help them practice in line with their own constitution, taking into account that we all have different bodies, health issues and we go through various life phases and cycles.
Since then I have completed several trainings and courses in different applied yoga styles and my studies are still going on.
Becoming the mom of a beautiful girl deepened my awareness even more about my own body and how much a body can change due to certain circumstances.
The more I teach, the more I return to what was my original reason for getting into yoga - healing & maintaining health in the body, mind and soul, in this order.
In the second half of 2015 I was fortunate enough to co-found Parinama Yoga Studio in Goa, India (www.parinamayogastudio.com), where I teaching drop in classes, running courses and retreats from November until April.
The other half of the year I'm spending in Hungary, teaching private classes and retreats.