Sevasti-Anna Konstantopoulou completed her Teachers Training Course (TTC) at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers where she was given the Sanskrit name Kanti Devi. She has more than 2000 teaching hours and she is an E-RYT-200 ( Experienced Yoga Teacher) and RPYT (Prenatal Yoga Teacher). She completed her 80 hours training in Accessible Yoga (Yoga for people with Disabilities) with Jivana Heyman. She is an Accessible Yoga Ambassador an Regional Representative for Greece. She tries to bring Yoga to the lives of all people who cannot practice on the mat (People with MS, Cancer, Arthritis, Parkinson Alzheimer, Hemiplegia, Obesity, Scoliosis, Orthopedic Surgeries, Prosthetic Limbs).
During her stay in the USA, she was a Yoga Teacher in Retro Fitness/Kensington MD.
She taught Vinyasa Flow, Hatha Yoga, Prenatal Yoga. She was the first Yoga Teacher of the Retro Fitness in Washington DC and MD, who created Chair Yoga Classes for the Senior members of the Gym with great success. In Athens, she teaches personal Yoga sessions and she offers Chair Yoga in the Association of People with MS in Athens and Wheel Chair Yoga in the Hospice for Neuro-disability in Athens.
As a YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider) she offers lessons and workshops in Yoga Techniques, Training Practice, Methodology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Yoga Philosophy, Life Style and Ethics.
Sevasti- Anna is also Certified in Usui Reiki Ryoho
She is a member of:
Accessible Yoga Organization
Hellenic Yoga Association
Reiki Greece Association
Sevasti-Anna fell in love with Yoga at the age of 9 when she read her first Yoga book and from the age of 11, Yoga Practice is part of her daily routine. Since then Yoga is her way of life and positive thinking. She realized that there was so much more to the practice of yoga both on and off the mat and she is continually seeking to evolve her practice and teaching in the areas of pranayama and meditation.
She views yoga as a path to open the heart and come home to that part of ourselves that we so often lose touch with our busy lives.
Sevasti-Anna enjoys teaching at all levels of practitioners.
She believes that yoga is for anyone who is willing to step onto the path, no matter what experience or fitness level.
She is an everyday loyal practitioner and as a student, deeply grateful to all her teachers and Swamis and is humbled by her life-long quest to seek and share the true gift of yoga.
Sevasti-Anna’s favorite motto: “Falling from a posture means you are a human. Getting back into the posture means you are a Yogi.”