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in this lifetime

finding the middle path

I first discovered yoga 15 years ago. Having been raised in Buddhist household under the guidance of my Guru, Dagpo Lama Rinpoche, the idea of yoga and Buddhism fit together like two peas in a pod.  

Initially, my relationship with yoga was an on and off affair. I noticed the calming effect it had on my body and mind. It was not until 2016, when I decided to start my teacher training, that I realised what a precious gift the practice represented. 

My wish is to impart this experience of coming home to the deep sense of mutual belonging and interdependence. As my Lama reminds me of the lifegiving roots of kindness, compassion and equanimity; that despite us seeing ourselves as the most important, others too are of prime importance, becoming a yoga teacher has allowed me to have a voice to share these little pearls of wisdom.

Whether the practice is soft or strong, leisured or dynamic, what matters is the motivation behind it. Am I coming into a pose with a self-cherishing attitude as the source of fuel? Or, am I entering the pose with a mind filled with virtue? 

In this way, the practice transcends beyond just the physical dimension. 


Lydia completed her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in Ashtanga Vinyasa and Pre/Post Natal Training with YogaLondon in 2016 and 2017 respectively. In 2018, she furthered her training with The Yoga People to learn about the Mandala Methodology and Pranification. In 2019, she was certified in Dharma Yoga LOAY 500hr, under the guidance of Sri Dharma Mittra in New York City. In 2022, she completed the full antenatal KGHypnobirthing Training under Katherine Graves to deepen her knowledge of facilitating a calm and empowering birth for mothers. 


She is a Brand Ambassador for Mama Kuka YogaSphere Straps.

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