I used to practice Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga daily since 2002. From primary series to secondary and later into the 3rd series, I was more and more interested in the topics of breath, its relation to the movement and pranayama & meditation in general.
In 2007, during my first visit to Mysore (South India), I met Vinay Kumar, who had just started to introduce western students into his unique asana sequence called “Prana Vashya Yoga“. Although he was almost unknown among the western students coming to Mysore, he himself was already recognized as an experienced yoga practitioner (visit www.pranavashya.com for more information).
Although my first study with him lasted only for one month, it completely transformed not only my spine, but my view on asana & pranayama as well. His modesty and passion for sharing yoga practices and teaching in general was quite unique.
During my next visits to India I have focused only on Prana Vashya Yoga since then. In January 2009 I completed Prana Vashya Yoga Teachers Training as a second European certified to introduce other practitioners into this profound yoga practice.
Since then I have taught Prana Vashya Yoga to thousands of people. In order to do it effectively, I slowly developed comprehensive methodology allowing me to teach Prana Vashya to people of all levels including complete beginners.
For me asana practice is just a beginning of the yoga path, a tool for preparing the body-mind before diving deeper within oneself. Eventually I am interested in using breath & meditation for unfolding of the embodied consciousness.
In addition to public and private asana & pranayama classes, I organize workshops on various yoga topics and manage yoga studio Jemný svět (i.e. Subtle World), which I found in 2011 in Prague, Czech republic.