Sangeeta discovered Bikram yoga after a minor skiing accident in 2003 where she twisted her left hip. Regular physio and gym exercise proved ineffective, and after a tip from a friend, she found herself one spring morning taking class in a hot room.
Despite being generally fit Sangeeta found it challenging, hot and sweaty! And had one of the best nights of sleep she had ever experienced. So, Sangeeta returned, again and again. She was hooked as she felt better each time she came. Over time the hip became realigned and she had gained immense strength and control.
Sangeeta’s passion for the yoga has intensified since. While she realised early on that the yoga was good for the body, she gradually discovered the power of the yoga on the mind. Sangeeta loves the clarity of vision, the immense positivity and total calm which she feels every time she practices.
In spring 2008, Sangeeta eventually completed the Bikram teacher training. Teaching has given her a greater appreciation of technique, the power of breath and immense satisfaction in being able to pass the passion on!