Angeliki’s training on the path of Yoga began in 2005 and exceeds 800 hours (RYT® 500, E-RYT® 200, YACEP®). She is the first authorized Rocket Vinyasa Yoga teacher in Greece by David C. Kyle and in 2014 she founded Rocket Yoga Athens as an effort to create the current of Rocket Yoga in her country. In September 2018, she opened her own Yoga studio, the Pratyahara Yoga Center in Agia Paraskevi, where Rocket Yoga Athens is now the permanent headquarters. There, in addition to the daily practices of various styles of Yoga (Hatha, Rocket Vinyasa, Restorative, Prenatal, etc.), Reiki sessions, Thai Massage and teacher trainings take place. In 2020 he came into contact with Reiki and by deepening he became a Reiki Master.
In February 2019, she was lucky enough to be next to one of the greatest living Yoga teachers of our century, Dharma Mittra, and to attend his teachings for three days in London. She was taught philosophy of Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Partner Yoga, Kryias & Mudras by Santhosh Kumar, anatomy by Vaso Kalaboukas, theory by Michalis Filini. She studied with Savva Yantsi, attended 3 Yoga for Pregnant-Yoga for children seminars and workshops with Laruga Glaser, Sianna Sherman, Sofia Xirotiri, Surinder Singh, etc. She is a certified RYT® 500, E-RYT® 200, YACEP® teacher from the Yoga Alliance and a member of the Greek Yoga Association. She teaches Rocket Vinyasa Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Hatha Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for pregnant women & children. He has taught at festivals and Yoga days and has given lectures and seminars at various schools.
Earlier, Angeliki had completed a fifteen-year career in the performing arts and visual arts with valuable training in: decoration, design, classical and modern theatre, physical theatre, acrobatics, classical and contemporary dance, vocal, orthophony, percussion, contact improvisation, physical theatre, pantomime, puppet theatre, storytelling, theatrical clown, street theater techniques, acrobatics with hanging stilts, vertical dance, object manipulation, etc. powerful tools for her educational work.