Bharatanatyam, Svetlana Kuzmina
Among the fine arts, dance, or natya is considered as one of the most popular and highly sacred forms of worshipping the Lord. Dance is actually a mirror which visualizes sound into visual representation. It is also an eternal bliss and the treasure house of the physical, intellectual and spiritual knowledge.
Svetlana learn Bharatanatyam from her Guru Ji from Dharani school of performing arts, Kochi, Kerala and also takes some courses in Chennai, the “capital” of Bharatanatyam, from where this beautiful dance is originated.
“The dancer who does not have some idea of sculpture, the dancer who does not have a sense of painting and of the music cannot really be a great dancer because the same spirit that is embodied in dancing is embodied in painting and in the other arts.” – RUKMINI DEVI
Laura discovered the path of Yoga six years ago through various teachers while living in Thailand and running a health-food Café and Movement Studio. Ever since then, Yoga has been her loyal companion and has had a massive impact on all aspects of her life.
Laura explores and discovers the mind and body through movement and connects these aspects with her essence through breath and meditation. “Practiced in a mindful and holistic way, Yoga is an essential tool for bringing back self-awareness to humanity”.
After some years of travelling, Laura is now back at her roots in Austria where she teaches yoga and guides people on their path to a natural, healthy lifestyle.