Dorota Sztejmer

Yoga teacher
Yoga teacher Dorota Sztejmer
I stepped on the mat for the very first time on a glorious, Irish summer’s day of 2007 and I never looked back. Beginnings were slow, if not sometimes sporadic, but soon enough I found myself on the yoga mat way more frequently than I expected. Shortly, I discovered that yoga is way beyond a bodily practice and that it silently transforms every aspect of your life.

I tried many different styles, from Iyengar to Vinyasa and I am especially fond of a gentle flow which is a beautiful almost dance-like practice. I have been blessed to practice with many amazing teachers such as Greg Walsh and Rohan Hennessy and I was able to complete the Samadhi Teacher Training in 2013/2014 which deepened my interest in asana, philosophy and anatomy.

One of my favourite things is travelling the world in search of new yoga experiences so if I am not here you will most likely find me practicing under a coconut tree in Bali.

Yoga is many things to many people but to me it is that very quiet best friend who is always there for you and gives you strength and support when you most need it. It has been with me through good and bad and most importantly, it helps me grow as a person every single day of my life. They say that “it doesn’t matter how deep into a posture you go – what does matter is who you are when you get there” and I couldn’t agree more.