Daria Wall

Daria began exploring the world of yoga in 2008, initially practising Vinyasa Yoga. She quickly became fascinated by Forrest Yoga and travelled across the world to train with Ana Forrest and completed the Forrest Yoga Foundation Teacher Training in Hong Kong.

Students often say that her appetite for yoga is infectious. Daria strongly believes in working without struggle, feeling free and taping into our own ecstatic spectrum. Daily practice, using Forrest Yoga poses and sequences, strengthened her own injured spine, and it was that injury that started Daria’s fascination with the human body and its biomechanics.

Daria is trained in full body massage, myofascial release, Thai massage and Chinese medicine. She has also studied with a Forrest Yoga guardian Brian Campbell and an international yoga teacher, author, acupuncturist and health & wellness specialist, Tiffany Cruikshank.

Daria is continuing her journey with Forrest Yoga by completing the mentorship with the Forrest Yoga Guardian, Sandra Heider. Excitingly, recently Daria was a volunteer at the Elephant Conservation Rescue Centre near Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, and had a privilege to care for these remarkable creatures but also teach yoga for the visitors of the Centre. In January 2015 she is going back to Thailand to complete a Professional Thai Massage 150 Hour training at the Thai Massage School of Chiang Mai.

I am passionate about teaching and working with people and therefore I aim to create a safe environment for a mixture of bodywork or playful but challenging and dynamic classes that may require students to step out of their comfort zone in order to go deeper in their own body and enjoy the journey they are on.

Daria Wall
 Lean on me, when you're not strong And I'll be your friend I'll help you carry on For it won't be long 'Til I'm gonna need Somebody to lean on   I have traveled through madness to find me. ~Danny Alexander ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀Trying to understand why our life is the way it is can be really messy and frankly quite scary. I still remember how years ago I was put through a death meditation to just try to figure things out. Probably not an experience I want to repeat but showed me that when questions get harder it’s so easy to just run away or feel like you are loosing your mind. You are NOT losing your mind though! However, congratulations - you have just opened your very own Pandora’s Box and things are about to get a little messy and chaotic. Stick with it though because you really must go though chaos to be able to give birth to a dancing star  and the benefits are worth getting your hands a little dirty. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀Following words written by my friend @emilieperzyoga : this month allow yourself the space to find something new to love, something new to experience, something new to learn about yourself.
 Why are we embarrassed by silence ? What comfort do we find in all the noise ? #silence  If no one has told you this today - you are enough! ❤️ just take it, it’s given.
 If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together   When u are loosing the will to live from the amount of work and other things kicking around ur block and this message lands in ur inbox!!! Thank you @missypoops for reminding me why I actually really really fudging love what I do ❤️❤️❤️ #joblove #hellyeah