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About me

Having grown up in the lush Dandenong Ranges, East of Melbourne, Australia, I have always felt a strong connection to nature. These early years of immersion in the beautiful temperate rainforests not only fostered this appreciation of nature but also helped to cultivate a stillness and peace that would serve me later on in life.

At the age of 19, after having a blissful oneness-like experience, I asked my mother about meditation. She gave me a flyer for a Buddhist Insight Meditation course, which I enrolled in. This, you could say, started my lifelong journey with meditation and spirituality. Over the coming years I participated in many forms of meditation like Kriya Yoga, Vipassana, Dzogchen and other practices such as Tai Chi, Chi Gong, Amrita Yoga & Hatha Yoga. I was searching, following an inner impulse, but not sure what I was looking for. It was not until I was 22 that I finally encountered Master Choa Kok Sui and his school of Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga. This was an inspiring, uplifting and soul-fulfilling encounter and one that I still cherish to this day.

I immersed myself in Pranic Healing & Arhatic Yoga, participating in as many courses as possible and learning as much as I could.   Until this day it continues to be the constaint threat weaving itself through my everyday activities.

In 2008 I became a Pranic Healing Instructor and in 2009 received my Associate Pranic Healing Certificate. Since then i have travelled to a number of times to India to do meditation retreats and spent time in Ashrams.

It was this path, which brought me to Germany in 2008. Here I would meet my future wife Erika. After many years of having a distant relationship and after living together in Australia we decided to move to Germany in 2012, where I have been living ever since. It was through this transition to Germany and loving guidance of Erika that I came to practice Hatha Yoga regularly. After many months of attending Erika’s classes and practising together in our lounge room I began to feel the benefits, the ease of movement, the relaxation and deeper states of consciousness in meditation.

In November of 2013 I completed my Yoga Teaching Training (Sri Sai Prana Yoga) in Rishikesh, India under Master Sai Cholleti and Archarya Sashidar.

In February 2020 I completed the Zenthai Flow training with Gwyn Williams & Sally Meredith, weaving the elements of Chinese Traditional Medicine through Asana practise.

And the journey continues, an instructor and facilitator but a perpetual student.

With deep gratitude & respect.

Grand Master Choa Kok Sui

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Prana Germany e.V.

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Master Sai Cholleti

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