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I started yoga in 2010 when I was looking for cross-training to complement my running. I didn't know it at that time but the first yoga class she joined was Ashtanga and she fell in love with it immediately.

The yoga classes I lead are mostly Ashtanga-inspired power flow that focuses on building strength, flexibility, and stamina.


I teach at yoga retreats and lead workshops on core strength, backbends & shoulder opening, and Ashtanga-specific to help deepen your practice safely and with the proper technique.


Although my main passion is rock climbing, my yoga practice teaches me to always prioritize the breath first esp. when climbing through the crux.

Now I coach entrepreneurs, athletes, and high performers to perform at their peak and access flow through:


  • rock climbing

  • the discipline and moving meditation of the Ashtanga yoga practice

  • understanding the neuroscience of flow and how to make it work in your favor

If it’s something you’re seeking after, something you want to develop, you don’t have to do it on your own.


Join me and other flow seekers who are in pursuit of the same thing and let’s ride the momentum together. 

how it all started

In 2016, after spending 6 years of my life working in marketing for an American publishing company, I decided to quit my job, leave home, and travel in search of the unknown.


I decided to put myself in a situation where I’ll be forced to think on my feet, reinvent myself, learn fast, and adapt. The process was painful yet exhilarating and my only regret was that I hope I did it sooner. 

For 4 years I’ve traveled and worked remotely for different tech startups and lived in different countries to start and restart my life, but I’m not even half done yet. 

I’ve been in constant pursuit of everything I’m passionate about, everything I have strong feelings for, and everything that drives me into peak performance. But I never understood what it is I’m chasing after. 

Till one day, I had an aha moment and realized I’m chasing this feeling, a natural high, some sort of adrenaline - I’m chasing flow state. 


So I went after things I was curious about that kept me sane and gave me a sense of catharsis and gratification. Three things stood the test of time: Ashtanga yoga (since 2010), rock climbing, and founding startups. 


I’ve made enough mistakes in my life and career to be emboldened. But I don’t assume to know everything. All I know is that I will never stop chasing after things that get me into flow. 

And I invite you to come along in this chase with me if we’re chasing after the same thing.

how it's been

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how it's going

story's not over yet

If you're curious about what I do aside from yoga and rock climbing, I run a podcast company - Podcastmate, we produce story-driven immersive podcasts for brands and thought leaders. 

I'm a podcaster and podcast executive producer for multiple shows such as PMR, PMR Diaries, The Weekly Riff, including Chasing Flow State.

I also help thought leaders, founders, and entrepreneurs spread their ideas through meaningful audio stories that win people's hearts and minds Nash Mayuela.

Curious and want to work with me on your podcasts?


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