Rimmi Singh has received her E-RYT (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher) 500-hour and E-RYT 200-hour certifications. She’s a dedicated practitioner who has been teaching yoga for more than 14 years.
Her passion for yoga is contagious. Rimmi encourages students to experience the joy of realizing their true potential and how to integrate yoga into their daily lives. With her enthusiasm and humor, Rimmi leads students through a practice that is well-rounded and rewarding; she inspires students to bring balance and happiness on and off the mat.
When practicing with her, you are bound to get a healthy dose of skillfully sequenced postures that are perfect for yogis of different levels. Rimmi’s inspiring and heartfelt teachings draw from yogic philosophies and personal anecdotes, a strong emphasis on alignment, empowerment to do your best and move to your edge, and a mindful, fun-filled and rejuvenating practice.
Yogini Rimmi is a lover of life, a teacher and a lifelong student. Rimmi’s other passions include Ayurveda cooking and traveling the world.
What is your favorite form of mind body movement or lesson you teach, and why?
My favorite pose would be downward facing dog pose, as it strengthens the legs and arms. It also opens the chest and elongates the spine. And most importantly, it brings awareness to the breath.
What is your favorite song or type of music you listen to when teaching?
What inspires you?
For me, traveling is the perfect catalyst for inspiration and happiness. It forces me out of my comfort zone and takes me to the land of self-exploration and discovery.
What is a quote or mantra that you live by?
My favorite quote is from Joel Osteen: “Don’t just go through it. Grow through it.”
My second favorite quote is from Bhagwad Gita: “The wise man lets go of all results whether good or bad and is focused on action alone. Yoga is that skill in action.”
What is your haven?
My haven is the beach. As the saying goes, “At the beach, life is different. Time doesn’t move hour to hour, but mood to moment. We live by the currents, plan by the tides and follow the sun.”
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