Mio’s yoga teacher training journey
I’m back in Japan and miss everyone already….
I really would like to thank Sunny for sharing her knowledge and passion for yoga, and guiding me on the path.
Every moment was so precious to me.
Mio’s Yoga Teacher Training Journey in Byron Bay
I learned so much, so many things while I was in Ballina, of course not only about yoga poses but also the attitude toward others, situation, life and myself.
I have been struggling with eating disorder for a long time. And these last few years I finally, slowly, started to work on inner side. And these last few months I finally started to learn to accept myself, and what is. And Through this course, I was able to know and understand more why it is important to do so, and to make it more real. Not only from the classes, but also from the daily life at the village, I learned so many lessons.
More than ever, I was comfortable with myself and love myself. And I felt love toward all classmates, lecturers and even other people as well as feeling love FROM them.
It was kind of surprising to me as I had been believing that I was not good at with people. Until recent years I felt intimidated, shy and got exhausted after I saw people, even friends. I was a little worried if I could get through the course with people in closed environment.
I was comfortable with hanging with friends and though sometimes I felt negative in the relationships with them, I was able not to become involved with that feeling and was able to be a witness.
I am so lucky to have had this great opportunity with wonderful people, and that Santosha had been (practically) my first place to learn yoga.
I would love to come to join the course again sometime again. And I hope you hold a yoga course in Japan, and then I can translate!!
Thank you, thank you, thank you so much again for your loving kindness and letting me have this wonderful opportunity.
May you always happy.