Aniko is a thirty year old Hungarian woman who moved to the United States in 2011. Her adventurous soul could not turn down the opportunity to explore the beautiful Californian scenery. She is a recent graduate of California State University of Sacramento, receiving her Bachelors of Art Degree in Photography.
Aniko has been a photographer for over 6 years now and finishing her education was a big milestone for her. Her recent endeavor has been opening her Boudoir Photography Studio in Sonora, CA where she is diving head-first into the Boudoir Photography World.
She enjoys hikes, meaningful conversation, meeting new people, sharing life stories, and dancing to salsa music. Her favorite dish is pineapple chicken and she loves to make crepes for her loved ones. Winter is not a season without Mulled Wine. Aniko is a self-expressed, “weirdo” for putting ketchup on her pizza slice and is perfectly happy doing so. She loves capturing genuine moments and getting to know her clients. As always, Aniko is there for you if you have any questions.
Through the search for something greater than “the norm”, greater and different than a cubicle with a 9-5 schedule, computer screens, florescent lights, and deadlines, Staci sought out, found and fell in love with the lifelong journey of Yoga. Her Yoga practice has brought her to a new place in life; a place of contentment, joy, open-heartedness, and compassion. Yoga offers a judgment-free atmosphere where she can continually find new edges to push past. Staci began the search for an intensive Yoga Teacher Training in 2012. It was not until the end of 2015 that she found Shaelah Morris, Yoga Studio Tahoe, and unbeknownst at that moment, the perfect Yoga Teacher Training program for her. Upon entering her first heated Bhakti Flow Yoga class at Yoga Studio Tahoe, Staci felt a heavy weight immediately lift from her chest. She could finally breathe again, her smile felt easy and natural, and life finally felt right. Staci completed Yoga Alliance RYT 200 hour teaching certification with Shaelah Morris at Yoga Studio Tahoe in May 2016. She desires to spread the love, compassion, and yogi way of life with the community around her, wherever the rugged path may take her. Staci incorporates her many years of dance teaching and choreography into her Vinyasa Flow; blending fun music and an upbeat atmosphere with a sweaty and heart-opening practice that can be applied to all areas of this journey on and off the mat. Her Yoga practice has strengthened her movement and passion in all aspects of life. It is her hope and desire to continue to evolve and to share this newfound awareness and enlightenment with the world.