"REPETITION CREATES CHANGE"
Guided Classes- Led Primary
The students can find daily evenings traditional Ashtanga guided classes. The main objective is to bring close to the students an appropriate approach to the Primary Series ( Yoga Chikitsa-Yoga Therapy).
Guided classes give beginners a sense of the structure of the practice. They are the optimum way to learn how to practice with the correct sanscrit Vinyasa count, proper breathing and safe use of bandhas and dristhi.
In those classes, you will find hands-on adjustments for the student to understand better the "Sthiti", the state of the pose and benefits. An assistant teacher will accompany Fatima in every class.
*Intermediate guided classes will be available depending of the number of students who are currently practicing Second series.
Sunday 7 to 8:30pm
Friday 8 to 9:30am
Mysore style classes
New students are required to commit to a consistent Mysore practice of at least 3 times per week. One does no need any knowledge of the postures or the sequence prior to attend this class. The teacher will assist each student as necessary, and will work individually with the students, as they move at their own pace through a set series of postures. The Mysore practice allows for one-on-one instruction and more specific guidance from the teacher.
Sunday to Thursday 5:30 to 9 am
Ashtanga Pranayama Classes
Ashtanga Yoga has six asana series, likewise this tradition has six pranayama series. Traditionaly Ashtanga Pranayama techniques were introduced to the students who already finished intermediate.
Those techniques are as follows:
- Technique 1.- Ujjay Breathing
- Technique 2.- Ujjay Breathing Complete
- Technique 3.- Nadhi Shodana
- Tecnique 4.- Bhastrika
- Technique 5.-Surya and Chandra Bedhana
- Tecnique 6.- Sitali or cold Pranayama.
The practice of pranayama has huge and tangible benefits on our integral health, and such a positive impact on our entire organism. All benefits of pranayama cannot be written down, there are lot of subtle changes like mental peace and clarity of thought that occur in our mind. However one should learn pranayama under the guidance of an expert teacher, who can introduce slowly all the Pranayama subtle and technical aspects, as Puraka-Rechaka and Kumbhaka.
*The Ashtanga pranayama series will be introduced in special classes, designed for the students with a current daily-solid asana practice.
Monday: Hatha Yoga 9 to 10 am
Wednesday: Professional Stretching 9 to 10 am
Sunday: Ashtanga Led Primary 7 to 8:30pm
Monday: Professional Stretching 7 to 8:30pm
Tuesday: Ballet Barre 7 to 8:00 pm
Wednesday: Yoga Dance 7 to 8:30 pm
Thursday: Professional Stretching 7 to 8:30pm Gong Meditation 8:30 to 9:30pm
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