Born and raised in Egypt, Noha came to yoga to find a way to her true self and escape everyday corporate life. Her classes emphasize self-reflection and exploration. She teaches an all-level class that allows students to explore the practice relative to their own lives and belief systems. This approach helps her students share the ancient healing techniques in their everyday lives and communities.
Noha completed her yoga teacher training through The Samarya Center, a nationally-recognized yoga research and education facility, whose framework focuses on yoga as a primary and adjunct healing modality. Their principles of Integrated Movement Therapy are derived from yoga and are interwoven throughout the training.
Noha values family, friends and community. When she’s not at ZUM, she travels frequently to different parts of the world, exploring new cultures and traditions.