This is my journey
Practicing Yoga can be a profound self healing experience. It can provide you with an avenue for certain emotions to travel. It allows you to open your heart in a way that you'd be receptive to all that is great and it opens your mind in a way that you'd realize what is or is not important to you.
tags: Cambodia, Health, Massage, Travel, Yoga
Azmi Samdjaga is an Ashtanga Yoga and Esalen Massage professional from Singapore. With 13 years of yoga experience in different style of practice from Ashtanga to Hatha to Vinyasa and Yin, he has brought his knowledge to various parts of the world like Indonesia, New Zealand, Japan, Malaysia and Vietnam to name a few. Azmi is also an expert in techniques of massage with methods of Swedish, Shiatsu, Balinese and Thai. Apart from being a qualified Yoga Teacher, he is also certified by the prestigious Esalen institute of human potential in Big Sur, California. He was awarded with the honors in Bali in 2004 to become a part of their international affiliate of skilled body-workers. With his background in Dance and Yoga anatomy, Azmi loves to explore body movements through the discipline of yoga with proper body alignment towards finding harmony. His techniques are based on proper alignment, focused breath control and being in stillness, allowing one the ability to open the heart and be receptive to the beauty of life. He also does Yin, Restorative and Yoga Therapy and has worked with paraplegics in gaining upper body strength and pregnant mothers in preparation for an uncomplicated labor. Azmi has worked extensively as Spa Consultant, Massage Trainer, and Yoga Trainer in Japan, Indonesia and Malaysia. Born 41 years ago in Singapore, he has lived all over parts of Asia namely in Indonesia, India and recently in Malaysia. And now he is very happy to find a home in Phnom Penh.