This week we have our first audio recording on the website! It is a special guided meditation done by Salina Storozuk. I asked her to do a short version to encourage those of you new to meditation. Thank you, Salina, for providing us with this lovely meditation!
A little bit about Salina:
Salina Storozuk began her yoga practice in 2002 in India where she embarked on a lifelong spiritual journey. She devoted herself to a meditation practice from that point on, living in ashrams and exploring the inner dimension of Self, traveling to India several times over the course of a decade.
From 2006 Salina began the practice of Hatha yoga under master yogi, Bharat Das, who teaches yoga outdoors in Kapiolani Park. After many years of dedicated practice under the guidance of Das, Salina learned the meditative aspect of yoga asana, along with the art of awareness and gratitude for mother nature.
In 2011 Salina began studying at Maya Yoga Studio on Maui within the Ashtanga and Iyengar yoga lineages, including meditation, pranayama and Yoga Sutra studies. In 2013, Salina received her 200-hour certification from internationally renowned yogis, Nicki Doane and Eddie Modestini of Maya Yoga Studio and is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200). Currently Salina practices Mysore-style Ashtanga yoga, daily insight and zen meditation and silent meditation retreats throughout the year.
Having experienced the many positive benefits of yoga and meditation in her own life, Salina is inspired to share these practices of healing, awakening and self-realization. Salina encourages students to integrate their yoga practice with their daily lives by setting positive personal intentions and practicing mindfulness on and off the mat to ultimately live a healthy, happy and aware life. Salina teaches Ashtanga yoga, yin yoga, yoga nidra, meditation and outdoor hatha yoga classes in Honolulu, Hawaii. Salina also teaches gentle yoga and meditation at the Ekahi Dr. Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease™, the only scientifically proven program to stop the progression and even reverse the effects of heart disease, at 500 Ala Moana Boulevard in Honolulu, Hawaii.
You can find out more about Salina’s classes and schedule online at: www.floyogahawaii.com
Now for the guided meditation: