Yoga practice combines body and spirit perfectly.
A practice in which you are attentive and connected to the body, a connection from which feelings, emotions and thoughts can rise in a state of peaceful consciousness and deep embodiment.
A discovery of the body opening up, getting stronger and more flexible and supple.
Observation how the spirit is intertwined in the practice.
All of these make Yoga practice much more than a physical exercise, and the spiritual evolution well attached to the physical body.
Yoga classes combines sitting for meditation, breathing exercises (pranayama), postures (asana) and relaxation.
Throughout the practice we will pay attention to the breath, workout while being attentive and respectful to the body, allow a space for words and a space for silence.
The muscles get stronger, the joints move, the posture gets better, the blood flows, the nervous system is balanced throughout the practice and with time also after leaving the class.
Energy and vitality levels are up along with the opportunity to gain peace and relaxation. Yoga practice allows movement, accuracy, silence and a glance inwards.
The bonds between the various aspects of the practice, such as the physical aspect, the energetic aspect, the philosophy of yoga, the inwards attention and the conscious breathing , are created and formed during the classes and allows a full comprehensive practice.
Yoga teachers conclude Yoga practice with Savasana- a time to relax the body and spirit and absorb. During the years I wrote meditations that teachers and guides can use to conclude Yoga lessons, pilates, running teams, group therapies and many more. Guided meditations are a great way to connect the body and soul, time for a rest that gives you energy to get out there stronger and calmer.