Silky Sachdeva was my Yoga teacher for around 3 months, from 3rd Dec'20 to 10th Feb'21. Because I am a paraplegic I opted for home classes. It was 5 days a week, 1hr sessions. I was a skeptic that Yoga can help me but my brother convinced me to give it a try as he himself had been doing Yoga for a few years. And today I am glad I did. Ms. Silky started with the easy Asanas and breathing exercises given my condition and also because I was just a beginner. Just in the beginning there were times when I wanted to give up but she remained calm & collected, motivated me, and made sure that I kept trying. And I have to admit,just after a week I felt better like never before. In a month's time Ms. Silky taught me (Name of Asana) and that along with breathing exercises helped me to sit staright without much support. (Name of Asana/s) helped in strengthening my spine, and I regained some sensation and movement in my legs. It's not easy working with a paraplegic person, especially me as I liked to give up easily. Only her patience, determination, understanding nature combined with her profound knowledge of Yoga made it possible for me to continue taking Yoga lessons and in the process, get better. It may sound over the top or dramatic to some but my life got better all because of Ms. Silky's hardwork, her patience, her never give up attitude, and her thoughtful and knowledgeable approach to Yoga. Even though I am still paraplegic but I feel less dependent on my carers becsuse Ms. Silky and Yoga helped me to get healthier and hence more independent. Finally, I want to thank her for not giving up on me even when I myself at times gave up. She pushed me to work hard, practice and taught me to believe in myself, all that with a smile on her face. And for that I will always be grateful to her.