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As a regular yoga practitioner while a student at the University of Dayton, Annea returned to her home country of Kosova to find that there were no yoga studios.
She founded n’yoga, in response to what she believed was a tremendous need for yoga in a country that had experienced war and was still dealing with inherited collective trauma.
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N’Yoga came to life with that purpose: to introduce yoga to as many people in Kosova.
¬†Soon n’yoga was featured as Prishtina Insight’s “The places and people that make this city great”. Activities and events hosted by n’yoga have been featured on Kosova’s major print, online, television and radio outlets. Annea’s work has been featured on In-flight and culture magazines.
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Articles from the project “Shedding light to Kosovo through yoga” have been featured on MindBodyGreen, Elephantjournal, RebelleSociety, and Buzzfeed.
In 2013, Annea was invited to present at Kosova’s first TedxPrishtinaWomen event. In 2017, she was awarded the New York state honor for her contributions to gender equality, education and artistic projects.