Inga Balciuniene

Inga Balciuniene

Spiritual Healer and Empath, Yoga Instructor E-RYT 500, Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, <br>Vedic Chanting Teacher, Founder of Florida Yoga Academy

First certified to teach yoga through “Light and Easy Yoga” in 2009, Inga currently holds multiple certifications, including “Heart of Yoga” certificate from “Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram” Institute in Chennai, India, 2 year Yoga Teacher Training Certificate. 3 years Yoga Therapy Training Certificate and Bhagavad Gita Certification from Krishnamacharya Yoga and Healing Foundation (KYHF), in Chennai India. In her personal practice and teachings, Inga follows Sri T. Krishanamacharya’s tradition and teaching authentic yoga style.

In her yoga classes besides asanas, Inga teaches proper breathing technique, deep relaxation, meditation, and chanting. She offers adult (beginners, mixed level, or advanced), senior and kid’s yoga classes. She also offers private and group Healing Yoga sessions (yoga therapy), Workshops, Teacher Training, yoga Therapy Training, Mentorship and Kids Yoga classes at schools and Florida Yoga Academy studio.

Inga has in-depth training with  Desikachar family yogis, Virginia Williamson, Roy Eugene Davis, Erich Schiffmann and Donna Farhi. She studied at internationally reputed yoga Institutes: “Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram“ (KYM) and “Krishnamacharya Yoga Healing Foundation” (KYHF) in Chennai, India. Inga is inspired by various Yoga masters, especially: Ray Long, John Scott, TKV Desikachar.

Currently Inga is taking 2 years Chanting Teacher Training at “Krishnamacharya Yoga Healing Foundation” in Chennai, India.

Inga is founder of Florida Yoga Academy, Holistic Yoga Therapy Academy, Genie Pants and co-founder of Best Retreats.

Inga’s Certifications

Memories from Yoga Teacher Training Graduation.

Memories from Holistic Yoga Therapy Training Graduation!

Inga's Stories

My life story

[et_pb_section admin_label=”section”] [et_pb_row admin_label=”row”] [et_pb_column type=”4_4″] [et_pb_text admin_label=”Text”] I remember that Christmas Eve of 1993. At that time I was just 21 years old, but

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