Ziba Bayley

“For today is not like any other, it is a new day.”

 
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Yoga

Firstly I completed my studies at KRI Level One Kundalini and Yoga Nidra, I then went on to train in Vinyasa Yoga 200hr with Claire Missingham in London and Sampoorna Yoga, India for my 500hr. I am so appreciative to all the teachers of yoga I have met along the way and the courses that have provided me with a broad view of yoga. The richness of the ancient lineages are vast and varied and I find it a fascinating world. I still remember acutely the time when I wasn’t aware of the mystics, seers and saints of the great Santana Dharma and I am so grateful for those who have walked before us and protected this ancient wisdom so that we too may experience truth.

It’s at this point that for me I would like to say, there is not a time, where you can go, yes I’ve arrived, I have achieved it. The perpetual cyclic nature of life and karma doesn’t really work like that. Life is happening all of the time and we refine, refine, refine. What we thought was a lesson learned, returns, with new insights.

We polish the mirror as the Sufi’s say.


Manishanandaji Paramahansa 1008

My Guruji. I was introduced to him through my husband Amir. I was given his powerful Darshan in meditations and although he is now passed he is still very much here. This I know to be true.

He is the Supreme influence in my life.

Jai Guru Dev!


Yoga Life

I currently live between Kerala and the UK. Both my husband and I are seekers, yogis, travellers in this journey of life. Aware that this mortal existence is not our home, our original place root. That heart, that sweet home, is the pause, the space before the strike of note - the supreme awareness that the notion of ‘I’ arises from. Practice and in particular meditation is our remembrance, our communion with the infinite joy that is being. All that I teach, all that I know, all that I wish for is to share in the joy, the peace, the pure unbounded love that yoga and in particular, meditation, can bring. The 8 limbs is both an art and science that points to this simple truth. It’s all about the journey within. The exploration of the self. Practice softens you to yourself. It dissolves the imagined boundaries between the inner and outer. It joins you to the truth of your being. This is what I endeavour to teach.