Adan was raised in the suburbs of Bilbao, a polluted industrial town called Basauri, in the North of Spain.
Is not surprising he ended up travelling and living in other places such us, Barcelona, Madrid, Ibiza, Valle de Aran, Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, London, Newquay, and most of Europe, Morocco, The Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Panama, Costa Rica, India, Sri Lanka.
Yoga and meditation became his companions during all his travels, also the people he met in all those places. When he felt lonely, with lack of energy, he rolled the yoga mat out, When he felt loved and euphoric he rolled the yoga mat out.
He started practicing classical Hatha Yoga in the 90’s, to move into other styles such as Ashtanga Mysore, Vinyasa flow, and Yin Yoga.
Adan begun teaching yoga, by chance 4 years ago, coming across a new life passion. As a consequence, he moved to India to take further education in yoga. He has been teaching Yoga in The Dominican Republic, India, Sri Lanka and Fuerteventura.
Adan holds a Photography and Arts from the University of Westminster, London and became a certified 500 hours yoga teacher through Patanjali Yoga Centre in Rishikesh, India. He also atended Vipassana Meditation retreats and other yoga and/or meditation related workshops.
He also loves surfing which he finds a perfect combination alongside yoga. Both practises are magnificent tools to deepen the experience of being in the here and now, promoting physical, emotional and spiritual strength, also incrementing creativity, self awareness and global consciousness.
His classes range from peaceful and relaxing post surfing restorative sequences to more energetic, Ashtanga – Vinyasa flows. He emphasis on the quality of the breath, to find harmony and balance in the body, also in life. He is dedicated to helping students become more conscious through connection to breath in movement and in stillness and to enjoy the benefits of yoga into everyday life.
Years of practice: 20
Years teaching: 4
LEVELS: BEGINNERS, INTERMEDIATE, ADVANCED.
STYLES: ASHTANGA, HATHA, YIN, NIDRA, PRANAYAMA, MEDITATION, MANTRAS