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“I’ve seen how (yoga) has changed me from somebody who is very anxious, and worried, to being someone more able to deal with stress and everyday life,” the 32 year-old explained.

How hard can it be then to gain the qualifications to teach the practice to others?

Surely one downward facing dog is the same as any other, human shaped or otherwise, right?

At the start of her training, Kristina was unsure as to whether it would ever be a career for her, but now halfway through, her love for the profession has only grown.

“Going into the course, and the practice of teaching, it is enhancing my desire to go into it full-time.” “Every teacher has something to offer, but all of us can learn different things from each other.” More Yoga news: • International Yoga Day - by numbers • To hell with yoga and all the bendy show-offs who swear by it The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.

But the dermal filler injected into both her cheeks caused a devastating chain of physical reactions.

Not only was her wedding ruined, but she has been left with serious nerve damage, blurred vision, insomnia, depression and a £10,000 bill for private medical care.

Now, fillers are as popular as breast enhancements.

Along with Botox, they command a market in non- surgical cosmetic procedures worth £775 million, which is expected to grow by 8.4 per cent in the next year.

According to Paul, it’s the shorter, less-vigorous, cheaper courses, which are mopping up the increasing appetite for teacher training.

Kristina Nikolova is currently mid-way through a two-year yoga teacher-training course at Triyoga, one of the nine recognized and accredited groups by the BWY.

It is clear after talking to her that training for this profession is not an easy feat when taken seriously.