Kristina Arapović, Split

Kristina Arapović was born in Split in 1977. In the early 1994 she was first exposed to Bhakti and Hatha Yoga. 

2011/2012, she got her first formal Yoga education at Divya Yoga School in Zagreb, where she received RYT 200 Yoga teacher certification, meeting the requirements of international Yoga standards. She also studied Dharma Yoga there under the guidance of Sandra Petra Pintaric.

In the following years she acquired deep knowledge of Hrdaya Yoga/Yoga of Heart, Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Power Vinyasa Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga and many other traditional and modern techniques of Yoga.


Raja yoga

After 2011, she started exploring the Mystic Arts of Tantra Yoga and became a practitioner of Sri Vidya in the tradition of Sri Amritananda Natha Sarasvati, Guruji of Devipuram, India. She was formally initiated into Sri Vidya by his direct disciple William Thomas.

In 2017, she received the certificate of the 500 Hours Teacher Training in the Scholarship of Heart of Yoga conducted in Croatia by Domagoj Orlic, her first teacher of Tantra and Hrdaya Yoga, a long-term student of Mark Whitwell and the late Sri Amritananda Natha Sarasvati.

In 2014, she studied with Swami Angung and became a 200-hour certified teacher of Qi Yo Multiversal Yoga, as well as an ambassador of Qi Yoga in Croatia.

In the year 2017, she finished ALL LEVEL HEALING MENTAL COURSE.

In 2018, she started attending a teacher training course in accordance with the 600-hour European Yoga Federation (EYF) standards and the World Movement for Yoga and Ayurveda conducted by Yogacharya Jadranko Miklec.

She is well-versed in Sri Vidya, Cobra Breath, Traditional Transcendental Meditation, Sahaj Samadhi Meditation and Reiki. Kristina gives rei/do/ki biotreatments, Thai & Shiatsu Massage. She creates the sacred geometry of Sri Yanta for the purposes of Vastu and Art Therpy.

She is the founder of Yoga and Art House in Split, Croatia, where she regularly teaches group and individual classes and gives various healing treatments.

“The ideal of all education, all training, should be this man-making. But, instead of that, we are always trying to polish up the outside. What use in polishing up the outside when there is no inside? The end and aim of all training is to make the man grow. The man who influences, who throws his magic, as it were, upon his fellow-beings, is a dynamo of power, and when that man is ready, he can do anything and everything he likes; that personality put upon anything will make it work.”
Swami Vivekananda, Raja Yoga

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