The Multiversal Yoga Society is a not-for-profit formed in 2013 in Pondicherry, India. Its mission is to strengthen and diversify today’s educational system by bringing a more integral and multiversal approach to teaching and learning. The Multiversal Yoga Society believes in educational methods based on extracting knowledge rather than acquiring information. The project offers its newly designed system of education to elementary, middle and high schools as well as colleges and universities. Any institution can include the multiversal education system in its curriculum.
Camelia teaches a gentle form of yoga that focuses on removing blockages in the body and mind to allow for the experience of comfort, bliss and healthy expression.
Camelia has studied yoga and bodywork for the past 20 years both in the East and West. Versed in integrated hatha yoga with a 500 hour teacher training course and a strong personal practise, she is an avid learner who studies with teachers that specialise in healing and therapeutic yoga, dance and body mind entered somatic modalities. Deeply inspired by movements that help us get in and out of a pose, Camelia seeks out yoga sequences that help address our needs and enhance our ability for natural breath as a pillar of a healthy spine and mind. Camellia is also greatly interested in the natural movement and the use of touch to inspire, enhance and integrate sensory feedback for a more comfortable and clear pathway of movement through the body and in our environment.