Originally from Russia, Masha was first introduced to Yoga in her school years and started to practice in the tradition of Hatha Yoga and style inspired by Iyengar, lucky to be learning under the guidance of such teachers like Sergei Baranov.
She integrated the practice into her routine ever since, as a transformative tool in the way she relates to herself and to others.
In 2015 she began to study Ashtanga and Pranayama with Kamal Singh and Sunil Sharma in India, Rishikesh, where she spent 3 months committed to the program from dusk till dawn. And had been certified as a RYT 500 Ashtanga Vinyasa teacher. Shifting her focus to subtle practices of Pranayama and meditation she started to collaborate with Asturias Yoga, Spain in 2018 as a Pranayama teacher and plant based chef.
After living in Bali, Indonesia she started to work with sound and explore its harmonising potential as well as ways to integrate sound vibration into her classes, in search for the balance between movement, breath and sound.
A talented visual artist, Masha has brought her sensitivity and appreciation of beauty within this field into her yoga practices, teaching and repertoire of ever-evolving recipes. Masha infuses all of her works with profound presence and love, gifting those who are around her with this same attention.