Ajeng’s first carrier and early education facilitator has grounded her teaching style with a gentle and loving approach based on experience. For her, an asana or yoga posture is as important as what the practitioners experience within when they express the posture. As a mental health service provider, Ajeng believes in commitment, not achievement.
Ajeng has dedicated 6 years of her life as a social worker. For her community service, she was awarded a scholarship for the 200 Hours YTT from the School of Sacred Art, of which the founder had contributed in the Woman Crisis Centre.
She is trauma informed caretaker and counselor. Her daily devotions are Ashtanga, Restorative, Hatha Yoga, Vipassana meditation, and ancestral channeling.
Ajeng believes her practice comes first before serving her community because she states that “We are required to stretch to explore the universe but also walk deep into ourselves as a human”.
Ajeng realised that she was struggling to collect access for health care and mental health service and she wants to provide mental health awareness into mainstream media. She records her service in her blog and podcast in Bahasa Indonesia to raise awareness about mental health and self-care. “The body is a great tool to manage what the spirit truly wants.”
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