Yoga Journal : Find Your Centre.

But the statement, ‘I am’, can be a dangerous one.

An ego-driven identity, defined by the external categories, puts a limit on who we can be and what we can experience in this world.

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‘Who am I’ isn’t found in changing circumstances.

Yoga provides a perfect opportunity to re-connect with our core, through poses and mindset.

There’s no right and wrong in yoga, there’s just practice; and each practice gives you a chance to reconnect with your core.

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Business Psychologist, Life Coach & NLP Practitioner, 200hr Yoga Teacher. A firm believer that we can all be better than ‘ok’, in every area of our lives.

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Agnieszka Zbieranska

Agnieszka Zbieranska

Business Psychologist, Life Coach & NLP Practitioner, 200hr Yoga Teacher. A firm believer that we can all be better than ‘ok’, in every area of our lives.

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