From the early age of seventeen, Yorgos began meditating, pursuing spiritual efforts and deepening his studies in Orthodox mysticism and gnostic Christianity. On the path of awareness he has always been interested in direct experiencing and understanding the inner life than perusing through intellect and reading. These early years in spirituality initiated Yorgos into practices that involved kriyas, yoga nidra and yogic methods similar to those of Raja Yoga, where he devoted much of his leisure time to meditation. At the same time he lived an ‘ordinary life’ with family commitments and business activities, which has given him personal experience and insight into the life and pressures of the modern human being.
In recent years he was initiated into to the Kriya Yoga lineage and practices, which complimented and deepened his previous experiences. Now Yorgos is connected to the traditional right hand tantra path through Guruji Maharaj. It was at Guruji’s ashram that Yorgos met his wife Radasi, that same year they were both initiated to hold the teachings of Sharabh Tantra Yoga, a system of yoga that has been transmitted to them through the Bhairavanand tantra lineage.
He is presently teaching meditation and yoga nidra in Thessaloniki and on teacher trainings, he teaches in a practical and simple way, and as a result of integrating eastern and western meditation techniques he supports students to embody the essence of a meditative state internally and whilst in action.
Yorgos and Radasi, both dedicated in practise and spiritual life together are presently creating an ashram in Northern Greece, as a meditation centre, a place of sanctuary and personal development in the science of consciousness and energy.