• TEACHERS

    All our teachers are internationally certified in Vienna, Austria.

    Olga

    Ramer

     

    📞5 99 02 57 55

    ✉ olyaramer@gmail.com

     

    Yanina Dzenceolovsky

     

    📞5 55 68 48 52

    ✉ anthea@list.ru

     

    Vakho

    Jgharkava

     

    📞5 93 16 49 81

    ✉ vakho.jgharkava@gmail.com

     

    Jekaterina

    Tskhovrebova

     

    📞5 99 46 95 32

    ✉ jekaterina.shavrygina@gmail.com

     

  • OLGA RAMER

    Founder, Yoga-therapist.

    For everything that I have already been able to learn, experience and accomplish and for everything that I have yet to learn, experience and accomplish – with my enormous respect and love – I offer the most profound gratitude to my dear Master - His Holiness Vishwaguru Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Sri Swami Maheshwarananda.

     

    I was born in Siberia, Russia (city of Tomsk) in June 1969. I spent around 20 years of my life in Siberia. The rest of my life, I lived in different countries, including Germany, USA, Croatia, Serbia, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. I moved to Tbilisi, Georgia in late 2005. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Foreign Language Studies from Novosibirsk Pedagogical University, Russia and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia, USA.

     

    I started practicing yoga in 2000 in Croatia. I tried several yoga styles that are popular in Europe and the USA, such as Power Yoga, Iyengar style and Shadow Yoga (by Shandor Remete). In 2004 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, I discovered for myself the system, Yoga in Daily Life, by Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda. I have found everything in this system that I was striving for, including; ancient wisdom delivered in a simple and user-friendly format; a systematic and practical approach allowing a complete “yoga-dummy” through regular practice to reach the “profi” level; the possibility of profound spiritual development, which leads to Self-Realization; and most importantly, meeting my dear Master - His Holiness Paramhans Sri Swami Maheshwarananda, known as “Swamiji”. I went through the yoga initiation ceremony on July 7, 2005 in Hungary and was bestowed by Swamiji the spiritual name “Gyandevi”.

     

    I commenced teaching yoga according to the system, Yoga in Daily Life, in Tbilisi in 2006. I passed a yoga examination and received the teacher’s certificate in Vienna, Austria. Since 2006, although I regularly taught yoga classes, I had never even dreamed of having a yoga-studio of my own. Now, I miraculously have the Yoga Cave and this web-site!

     

    Yoga is my life and my path. I really want the Cave to bring joy to people and help them to discover themselves. Any and all questions that you might have about me and Yoga in Daily Life I will be happy to answer during my yoga classes – Please come visit!

    📞5 99 02 57 55

    ✉ olyaramer@gmail.com

     

  • YANA DZENCEOLOVSKY

    You can find something common and prosaic in all biographies - they start from “I was born”. And this one is no exception. I was born in 1980 in Tbilisi where I still live. I had, like everyone else, very happy childhood and quite happy, but a little more complicated period of my teens because these were the nineties, very difficult period for Georgia. But still I remember this part of my life like very nice and interesting. I went to school; I had good friends, hobbies. The period of higher education was more difficult comparing to my childhood and my school days due to some life problems and my attempts to realize my abilities. I tried myself in arts and theater, foreign languages and tutoring, economics and religion. As a result I graduated from The S.-S. Orbeliani Institute of Theology, Philosophy, History and Culture, I have a certificate in medicine from INER, The Institute of Natural Family Planning Italy – Georgia and one year in Tbilisi Business Academy.

     

    I came to my first “Yoga in Daily Life” class in spring 2011 and the reason was more than usual –I had some problems with my health. I’d practiced some other yoga techniques before that by myself and I really thought I had a clue what yoga was. But from that first lesson with Olga Ramer I understood how strange my picture of yoga was and I also felt very deep and sincere admiration towards the ancient art and knowledge of yoga. And from that very day and by now yoga keeps on enchanting me and charming me, makes me curious and surprises me. I love it more and more. Yoga is a magic world in which you can find the answers to all you questions, where you can find the solutions for many your problems. Health? Yoga really helps. I have my own and my family experience on this subject. Self inquiry? Yes, of course, you can better understand who you are. Relationship between people? Your place in society? Yes, we can learn to hear each other, it’s not so difficult indeed. Faith, religion? Yes again. Yoga is above all the religions, but it helps you to understand your own faith better and deeper. As a Christian I realized this point very well.

    I won’t be very original saying that the day I met my Guru Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda was the most significant and important day not only on my yoga path but in my whole life. All the disciples can tell you the same thing and be sure they are completely sincere. What does it mean to meet a Guru? It’s an enormous luck which is given to a person by some unbelievable miraculous coincidence and I still can’t completely realize this. It’s very sacred and personal. It’s like a string of pearls where each and every pearl is some occasion, person, feeling and emotion. They are all on their places and in due time. Nothing is accidental in this little universe, in your life. And when you observe this string, you understand that its beauty has its roots in Guru, in His presence in your life. And you know, it’s a real challenge for European way of thinking.

    The idea to teach yoga was spontaneous even for me. And I really didn’t expect that Olga Ramer, my yoga instructor and the guide in the miraculous world of yoga, will approve it from the very beginning. I’m very grateful that she believed in me and trusted me. The opportunity to tech yoga and to share your knowledge with other people gives you a chance to go deeper and deeper in this ancient art, ancient knowledge, called yoga, which has no time, space and borders.

    📞5 55 58 48 52

    ✉ anthea@list.ru

     

  • VAKHO JGHARKAVA

    I was born in 1982. I graduated from Georgian Technical University in IT field. Then I studied in Italy for 1 year. Last 4.5 years I lived in Czech Republic where I came in touch with Yoga. Those years were full of practice, retreats, seminars and karma yoga at the Ashram. My life before Yoga and after is as different as night and day. 24 hours a day one is fully conscious of himself, life and the whole universe. Life is full of meaning. Yoga affects each second of my life in all possible ways. Every decision which I make considers Yogic principles, like truthfulness, non-violence, non-egoism etc. As for the health - never before I was so healthy and full of energy.I don't really remember when I got sick last time since I practice Yoga.

     

    They say - practice makes one master. Day by day I'm finding something new in those techniques which I practice already several years. And especially when one teaches he gets totally new insight and understanding of those techniques. Knowledge is actually endless, as my Guru says. Talking about a Guru - I can definitely say that, for me at least, Guru is an ultimate answer to all questions. They say one gets self realization by realizing who is a Guru. I met my Guru in 2012 and from that very moment flow of life has changed. That year actually was quite prominent: my brother and my mother also became disciples. So we are a family of Yogis :)

     

    In 2013 my brother and I traveled to India and attended the biggest spiritual gathering in the world - MahaKumbhaMela, together with our Guru and many other people, practitioners of YIDL system from all the corners of the world. That was life changing experience, full of Sadhus, Mantras, Chili and Indian smiling faces.

     

    During my stay in Europe I was attending many seminars in Czech Republic, Austria and Spain led by our Guru or YIDL instructors. They were full of practice and wisdom about science of Yoga, its physical, mental, spiritual and social aspects. After a while an idea of becoming instructor awakened by itself in me. I've attended many YIDL instructor seminars and finally successfully passed an examination in Prague. And after some time another idea awakened - that probably the best place where I could be the most useful was Georgia, so I decided to return back to my homeland. With the help of some divine constellation :) I managed to convince directors of the company where I was working, to open a branch in Georgia, and that idea was successfully realized. And yes, even though my prime duty is to be a channel of my Guru's wisdom about science of Yoga - I have "normal" work, managing group of software developers, assisting our European partner companies with implementations.

     

    I can tell about our system that it is a way to health, peace and harmony leading to the unity with oneself and with the whole universe. It is a way to self-realization. The system was founded in 1970, and nowadays it's spread all over the world. Every day in hundreds of yoga centers it's practiced by thousands of people.

     

    I wish everyone to find peace and harmony in their hearts, to be successful in life and to realize their true self.

    📞5 93 16 49 81

    ✉ vakho.jgharkava@gmail.com

     

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