STRUCTURE OF THE WORKSHOP
- PART ONE (9:30 AM - 11:30 AM)
We practice parts of the Primary Series and we will focus on various arm balancing postures such as bakasana, sirsasana, astavakrasana, dragon fly, handstand and others.
We will learn to align our body to get in, maintain and undo each posture with the appropriate technique and safety. The "imbalance" and agitation in our day to day is an important source of stress and emotional disturbance that generates many problems. For that reason, finding balance in an asana or yoga posture is essential; Advancing balance in your yoga practice helps in balancing all other aspects of your life.
- SECOND PART (12-13h)
One of the central practices of yoga is pranayama: the science of breathing control, or more precisely, the manipulation of prana, the vital energy, through breathing exercises. Pranayama requires a minimum of physical effort, but it allows to increase the oxygen supply. The greatest flow of oxygen reaches the every cell of the body. Hence it is said that pranayama regenerates the body, increases well-being and helps to heal. By focusing on the breath, the mind calms and opens. Another benefit is the development of the ability to concentrate, which helps to relax. Remove negative thoughts and emotions, providing a sense of inner peace and harmony.
This workshop is aimed at anyone interested in learning the practice of Ashtanga yoga, regardless of whether they have done yoga before and regardless of their physical condition.
TEACHER Jana Czipin
My personal experience with Ashtanga Yoga is an experience of gratitude and love for this practice. I have practiced Yoga for 25 years and I have deepened in the technique by training as an Ashtanga Yoga teacher in the Mysore Mandala Shala in India. I have traveled a lot in the Yoga world nourishing myself with teachers and practices based on tradition. I continue my training with an intensive yoga course at KYM in Chennai from India. I enjoyed an Ashtanga Yoga training with David Svenson and workshops with Manu Jois, Swarasti Jois and Sharath Jois. I decide to write two books so that the wisdom of this practice expands and reaches a greater number of people: "Ashtanga Yoga" and "Manual of Pranayamas" (available in English and German).
C/ Duque de Gaeta 31, 46022 Valencia (near Metro Amistad, L5, L7)
PART ONE - 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. - Asana Practice
SECOND PART - 12 a.m. to 1 p.m. - Pranayamas and Meditation
€ 25 complete workshop
€ 20 only first part
€ 10 only second part
Please confirm your assistance with
+34-616152616 (Pablo - Spanish) or
+34-693247226 (Jana - English and German)