What is Namaste Zone?
A registered YOGA School & center owned by Farah Qudsi.
Our main goal is helping people through their journeys to find a healthier lifestyle choices, and committing to a personal goals in order to create better habits.
After her personal experience she believes that YOGA is the main road for positive change in our lives.
Owner at Namaste Zone
She's been into fitness field and teaching since 2008. She started her journey with being a fitness and personal trainer in different international gyms. Then after two years she got into pilates, and finally found her path to YOGA after her 2013 journey to Himalayas mountains. She's an experienced registered YOGA teacher, and has been teaching yoga since 2013.
After trying different ways in implementing healthy lifestyle into our hectic modern life she truly believes that yoga is the path to reaching happiness by having a healthy mind and body
Motivated yoga, LesMills BODYBALANCE and pilates teacher;
She enjoys inspiring others to improve wellness and commit to long-term health and fitness goals.
She tend to teach a gentle and joyful manner.
Her approach encourages body awareness through simple, accurate instructions and coaching points.
The emphasis for her as a teacher is to provide a safe and effective practice and a chance to experience a feeling of achievement by overcoming the mental and physical limits of the students!
Namaste beautiful people
Dima is an architect with a full time Job. She started to attend yoga classes in 2011. Yoga helped her improve posture due to her office desk life style and was an essential stretch after her workouts. In 2018, she got her Les Mills Body Balance Certificate and in 2019, she took the 200 hour yoga teacher training course at Namaste Zone to become a certified yoga teacher. Dima's yoga style is mainly power vinyasa and balance with strength.
She is devoted to her love for yoga and likes to create a safe and nurturing space in the class, she finds joy in combining the poses with the smooth flow that will help guide her students to understand the limitations and abilities of their bodies, which will in return help them develop as yogi. She believes that everyone will remain a student who learns daily from the journey called Yoga.