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About - Meta Vashti

About Meta

Yoga & Meditation Instructor, Aspiring Therapist, Movement Lover, Mandala Artist

Hi guys, I’m Meta. These days, I do many things, including guiding people through Yoga and Meditation, helping people ease their pain through therapy, and I draw Mandala once in a while as an expression of our souls.

I am an art lover and a traveling yogi. Through my self-discovery journey, I found that love is the most important force in this world, especially love towards ourselves. I wish to share this message and create a community of love through Yoga, Meditation and the creative arts.

My Story

My Yoga Journey

I first took a yoga class when I was in high school with puffy exercise mat and baggy sweat pants. In the decades that followed, even though I didn’t do Yoga regularly, I kept finding myself back in a Yoga class in the attempt to find balance in my life. My journey took me to various careers including being an IT auditor and an an Arts Manager. I also attempted to be a professional dancer for a couple years of my live.

The magic of Yoga stayed with me and I finally took my Yoga Teacher Training in 2016 from Kirana Yoga School in Bandung, Indonesia and has been teaching ever since.

I’m now in my final stage of completing an additional 300 hours to be certified as RYT-500. In my Yoga journey, I have trained with local and international Yoga teachers such as Deera Dewi, Go Ing Ing, Cristi Christensen and Shiva Rea. I’m also currently studying the therapeutics aspects of movement and Yoga under Vincent Bolletta and his Hañsa Yoga.

Connect with me

“Most things will be okay eventually, but not everything will be. Sometimes you’ll put up a good fight and lose. Sometimes you’ll hold on really hard and realize there is no choice but to let go. Acceptance is a small, quiet room.”

Cheryl Strayed

Shall we connect?