Yogini Anantanitya has been practising Aikido & Yoga since the age of 18 years. She grew up in Russia, where she completed her Masters of psychology at the Pedagogical University of Komsomolsk-On-Amur and spent several years experimenting on human behaviour. After completing her university, she opened an aikido club. She became complete dedicated to Aikido. She visited Japan to her Sensei Tatsunori Imamura also for Aikido study.
In 2006 she moved to Lithuania and started giving aikido training in Kaunas, Lithuania. She worked in Malta for 2 years as a psychologist. Her love for yoga deepened immensely during her visit Bali 2010 and India 2013. She learned Yoga philosophy & meditation from a well-known saint of India Brahmalin Swami Amalananda Ji. She competed her 200 hours’ yoga teacher training course in 2013 and 500 hours’ yoga teacher training in 2014 from Alakh Yog India. She studied Yoga & Alternative therapies from various places in India.
Yogini Anantanitya believes that Yoga is a science of transformation. Now a day she is teaching Yoga worldwide. She has many students from Europe, Russia, India and other countries. She is co-founder of Anantbodh Yoga. Her talks blend the knowledge and logic of the West with the insights, spirituality and wisdom of the East, and she is a spiritual bridge between the two cultures. She is the general secretary of Namai Pasauliui, všį established by Shri Anantbodh Chaitanya. Namai Pasauliui, všį̨ is a recognized non-profit organisation registered in Lithuania, Europe.
Yogini Anantanitya is travelling around the globe for promoting peace and harmony. She provides free classes to spacial challenged people few years in Jonava with the cooperation of the Health Department of Jonava.