“The best way to waste your life, ... is by taking notes. The easiest way to avoid living is to just watch. Look for the details. Report. Participate.” - Chuck Palahniuk
Agatha Wasilewska is a surfing/snowboarding/photographing yogi, continually looking for another hill to ride down. Her classes ride the rhythm of the breath to find strength in both body and mind with careful attention to alignment. Her teachings are infused with her sense of life and pure joy of movement and exploration of the body.
Agatha discovered yoga nearly fifteen years ago as a classical ballerina while searching for a release from the demanding life of a dancer. It wasn’t until she had settled in New York City, retired from her dance career and became a producer, that she realized her favorite people in life were yogis in disguise. She has been passionate about everything “yoga” ever since, completing the Weekend Warrior Om Yoga Program in 2004 the Developing Presence Program with Dana Strong and Susan “Lippy” Orem in 2005. Agatha spent the better part of her 20’s and early 30’s teaching all over NYC at Om Yoga, The Shala, Go Yoga, Exhale, Levitate Yoga, and Kula Yoga. She counts Rodney Yee, Coleen Saidman, Nikki Vilella from Kula Yoga as her teachers, amongst newly found inspirational yogi’s in her new home in Encinitas, CA.
She is amazed by yoga’s ability to reveal how everyone is filled with infinite possibility for loving kindness. Agatha bows her head to all the amazing teachers and students who keep the path of yoga fresh and engaging, and for continually supporting and guiding her life and her practice.