Ayla began her yoga journey in 2009. As her practice started to deepen it raised her curiosity for life's more profound questions. This landed her child-like wonder in India where she studied philosophy and the traditions of Tantra at the Shri Kali Ashram.
Once returning to Canada (and our modern-day distractions), Ayla dove into exploring various yogic teachings and meditation techniques supported by the research of today’s science. This became her anchor through her life’s most challenging chapter, being diagnosed with a rare form of Leukemia.
Today, she is unmeasurably grateful to share her love of tantra, nidra and meditation with others through her remission. She continues to study around the world taking classes and workshops in New York, LA, Vancouver and Calgary. Despite all her travels. She believes, ‘In our darkest moments, our greatest teachers are closer than we could ever imagine. It is the willingness to be open to our own wisdom which is the greatest teacher of all. And you won’t a plane ticket for that.’