Relaxation & Stress Management
Managing asthma symptoms
Natural pain management
Nasim (Nas'eem) spent her formative years living in Vienna (Austria), raised by Persian parents. She has lived, studied and worked in Auckland (New Zealand), Ljubljana (Slovenia), Budapest (Hungary), Tucson (Arizona), and Beijing (China).
Since June 2017 Nasim and her family are calling North Carolina their home.
Nasim is an architect, artist, yoga teacher and yoga therapist. When not practicing yoga therapy or teaching classes, she can be found serving in community building activities, meditating, studying, giving workshops, designing and singing and songwriting.
She's been practicing yoga for over 20 years and teaching for 15. Nasim has completed her 250 HR training with the Providence Institute & her 500 HR training with Integrative Yoga Therapy at the Kripalu Institute.
Her area of expertise is teaching group classes that focus on stress release and management, restorative yoga and yoga nidra.
Additionally, she has been a yoga therapist since 2012 through Integrative Yoga Therapy and internationally certified since 2016 through the International Association of Yoga Therapists (C-IAYT). She has deepened her practice of yoga and yoga therapy through workshops and trainings with many wonderful teachers, including Shiva Rea, Sarah Powers, Judith Hansen Lasater, Donna Farhi, Arun Deva, Mukunda Stiles, Angela Farmer, Amy Weintraub, Maria KaliMa Mendola and Joseph LePage at Kripalu and Duke Integrative Medicine.
Her spiritual Teacher is Baha’u’llah. (www.bahai.org)
Nasim has had a private yoga therapy practice since 2012 and has also worked in integrative clinics, meditation centers as well as international hospitals.
In her yoga therapy practice she empowers her clients in finding the practice and tools that will best help the individual to find balance and eventually healing.
After decades of personal studies in Ayurveda, Nasim has been studying towards a Masters of Science degree in Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine since August 2019 and will graduate in June 2023. This will enable her to share her love of Ayurveda and the skills of this healing discipline with her community further, having just returned from two weeks of clinicals at an Ayurvedic hospital in Kerala, India.