The word 'Asana' literally means a posture. Out of the innumerable asanas a body can assume, 84 have been identified as 'Yogasanas', through which one can transform the body and mind into a possibility for ultimate well-being.
Yogasanas are not exercises, but rather very subtle processes to manipulate one’s energy in a particular direction. Hatha Yoga is offered as a set of 36 powerful postures, or yogasanas, to enable the system to sustain higher dimensions of energy.
This profound science enhances how one thinks, feels, and experiences life. Yogasanas are a way of aligning the inner system and adjusting it to the celestial geometry, thereby becoming in sync with the existence and naturally achieving a chemistry of healthfulness, joyfulness, blissfulness, and above all, balance.
The practice is taught with simple, guided instructions provided by an accredited Isha™ Hatha Yoga teacher, and can be practiced thereafter at home. Regular practise sessions are also offered at the studio.
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Develop mental clarity and focus
Relieve chronic health conditions
Evolve the body and mind toward a higher possibility
Stabilise the body, mind, and energy system
Decelerate the ageing process
Prepare for deeper states of meditation
Suitable for ages 14+
No experience of yoga necessary
Yogasana Workshop: 225€
Discount possible for those who need it.
One free review/correction session included
(4 weeks after the workshop)
Small group with more individual corrections
Permanent practice support after the workshop
18th - 19th Jul. 2020 (4 Sessions)
9-12 am + 5-8 pm (Sat)
9-12 am + 5-8 pm (Sun)
More about Yogasanas
After the workshop you will be able to practice Yogasana independently and integrate it flexibly into your daily life. There will be a free correction session offered four weeks after the workshop. For those who prefer to practice regularly under guidance we offer regular guided session. You can also come to our monthly open free session where correction can be provided if needed.
"If you consciously hold an asana, it can alter the way you think, feel,
and experience life. This is what hatha yoga can do."