Fotis Anastasiadis


  1. Name:  Fotis Anastasiadis
  2. Living in:  The Strefi Hill (Exarcheia) , Center of Athens
  3. From:   Athens, Greece
  4. Training/Profession:  I’m an Architect, currently working at an architectural design firm.
  5. One of the first jobs you had (ever!):  A fun job I did when i was a student was “reader”. I was paid to read books and write a summary of two pages for a Professional Agent who tried to publish Greek authors in translation for the European market. The agency was getting a lot of books every month and needed  a summary to introduce the best of them to European publishers.
  6. Zodiac Sign: Leo
  7. Enneagram Number:  tbd…  🙂
  8. What do you love about living in Athens?  Athens is a city with a breathtaking ancient heritage but it also has a modern face in all areas of life. And Athens has the best graffitti scene in Europe!
  9. Tell us something most people don’t know about you...Most people don’t know that I am a tango dancer, and that I enjoy spending my nights dancing at the milongas of Athens!
  10. Where will we find you in the Lynn’s Kundalini Yoga community?  Maybe you will find me at Full Moon Yoga on the Arcopolis Roof or at the Sunday Yoga class at Swaha Yoga but for sure you will find me drinking a Fruit-Smoothie after the Sunday Yoga practice!
  11. When did you first try Kundalini Yoga?  I was introduced to Lynn’s Kundalini Yoga by a friend on September of 2016. Previously I have been practicing Astanga and Hatha Yoga.
  12. Anything else you’d like us to know?  Everybody needs advice from time to time. One of the best pieces of advice I have stumbled upon is “Sister Corita Kent’s Timeless Rules for Learning and Life, 1968”.  It is a list of advice for art students. Advice No 6 says: “NOTHING IS A MISTAKE. THERE’S NO WIN AND NO FAIL. THERE’S ONLY MAKE.”

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