Dyana Nagarni was born in Hong Kong and went to boarding school in Scotland since the age of 7, after graduating in London she moved back to Hong Kong, started a family and now a mother of two.
She took her first yoga class in 2004 and since then has been a passionate yoga practitioner, grateful for the balance and peace yoga brought to her life. She later completed 500 hours YTT under Dr. Yogananth Andiappan and has since been passionate to share her knowledge and learnings from him to help both kids and adults gain the benefits she did from yoga.
Breath work & Body awareness is predominate in her teachings as she believes the most important part of yoga is the connection to ones breath. Her creativity and passion for kids has allowed her to focus her practice for Mom’s and Kids.
Dyana believes that planting the love of yoga at an early age can benefit a child’s mental and physical health greatly. In addition to her teacher trainings, Dyana has immersed herself in other areas such as Ariel yoga, Wheel yoga and A Mindfulness for Children teacher training course in order to broaden her horizons.
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