Agniyoga center, petek 10. maj ob 19.00 do 21.00
@ Agniyoga, Friday May 10th @ 7pm to 9pm
Vaš vložek / price: 30 €
Prijave / registration: email@example.com
Yoga is a means for inner and outer transformation; the vehicle of transformation is the breath. The breath creates shape change from the inside out. When we breathe in alignment with our body we discover our deeper intelligence, unlock and tap into our innate inner power, and cultivate our determination and capacity to act. We purify and detoxify, balancing our emotions and stabilizing our nervous system. Through our breath we empty ourselves of ourselves stilling and clarifying our thoughts.
In this workshop we will learn how to:
- Breathe properly and effectively with the use of asana (postures)
- Increase our breath’s threshold (capacity)
- Create desired energetic effects (energize + relax)
- Use breathing techniques to prepare body + mind for meditation
Prerequisites: lungs for breathing
Viniyoga™ is a traditional form of yoga developed by T.K.V. Desikachar as a way to improve breathing and encourage meditation. In this practice, postures are often slowly repeated in rhythm with the breath allowing for a deeper experience in the posture. Viniyoga is an authentic transmission of the teachings of yoga (rooted in Tantric tradition) including asana, pranayama, chanting and meditation as a means to expand consciousness, power, and determination.
Evan Rachel Soroka- RYT-200, RYT-500
A native of Aspen, CO, USA, Evan has been evolving her practice since 2002 and teaching since 2007. She is well known in her home state of Colorado as a leader in healing yoga where she works privately with clients and teaches group classes. Her classes combine a fusion of physicality and spirituality. She strives to teach safe alignment, deep asana, and an introspective breath while empowering her students to develop their own personal practice. Evan received her 200-RYT from CorePower Yoga and her 500-RYT with Gary Kraftsow at the American Viniyoga Institute. She also studies with the great Leslie Kaminoff and is working toward her MA in Yoga Therapy.