Vinyasa

The word vinyasa comes from Sanskrit words Nyasa which means ‘to place’ and Vi ‘in a specific way’. Vinyasa style practices are based on the specifically sequenced flows. The practice resembles to a story, it has a theme/focus, an opening/introduction, a development towards the focus, and a closing parts. It has either a peak pose where the practice progresses towards, or a focus theme, which the practice builds around. Vinyasa is a vigorous flowing practice, based on the proper alignment and breath/movement connection. Practice, while helping the body to become stronger, more flexible and in balance, mentally as the breath/movement connection progresses, the mind becomes calmer, clearer, more focused.

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    This class is perfect for those who sit for long hours and for runners, or if like me you are stiff in this area. We will recreate an energy flow around the IT band and all the Hip joint with awareness and some little tricks. Tested… it works!

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    A 15 minutes short class with movements and breath. You will unwind all the stiffness of the night, create a flow in the body and unleash the Prana, your life force, that will give you the juice to start your day shining and glowing

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    This All Levels class offers a well rounded practice of bandhas, ujjayi and attention in asanas. What ever the level of your practice is, you can delve deeper more. Practice is aimed to take you to a meditative state where focus intensifies. When you finish the practice, you will feel the prana, the life force pouring out of you, refreshed and energized. If you do not have 2 hours time for the full practice, you can always practice it in sections.

    This is a 2 hours long practice

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    Flow of Movement and Flow of Breathe Drop into the life whenever you feel blue. Life is a rollercoster, full of change. Lets find a place inside our heart to paus

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    The entire practice will be on the knees and we will not be standing up. The sequence is designed to be a very effective, safe and accessible practice for those to ground down and to feel connected to legs and feet, as well as for the ones who have not been able to practice for some time. 

    The practice is also for those who have a knee sensitivity or injury. 

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    How about for a practice without vinyasas between poses? Let's do it. We will be moving in a well rounded flow.

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    This 90 mins practice does not contain a warm-up and we will directly dive in to deep backbends, working towards the dropbacks and standing up from Urdhva Dhanurasana. Please either take the 20 mins warm up practice before taking this practice, or practice your own warm up practice.

    Note to the practitioners : If you are unable to straighten your arms in Urdhva Dhanurasana, use blocks on the wall segment until you create enough space and action to straighten arms. Once you get your arms straight, stay in the pose for 5 rounds, each round for 5-8 breaths. After doing these 5 rounds with an even experience, approach dropbacks sequence practice.

    Those of you who can do the drop back and stand freely, begin to work multiple rounds. Work up to the completion of 5 sets of 5 rounds. When the quality of these rounds are an even, full sensation without lose of energy or foundation, you will be ready to proceed to 108!

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    A 45 min practice you can use in the evening or anytime you feel overwhelmed to let go of the tension and stress. We will move in slow motion and hold postures with our head down in order to stimulate the parasympathetic system, combine with some breathing consciousness.

    - You need a practice block for this practice

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    Not everything is for granted. We need to keep creating in order to grow better. Nobody can create our life at our place. As much as we are the actors, we are also the creators. in 60 min, we will practice a sweet hip opener class to nest our creativity.

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    Please either take the 20 mins warm up practice before taking this practice, or practice your own warm up practice. This practice does not contain a warm-up, you will direcly dive in to the deep hip opening sequence.