Hatha Vinyasa yoga
Are you suffering from back and spine problems, problems with cervicals, knee problems or too much stress?
Then yoga could be what you are looking for. It doesn’t require any level of flexibility, body shape or age. In every session, variations are given for people who need a posture to be stronger or weaker.
What can Vinyasa yoga do for you?
Yoga looks at a person as a whole that is mind and body together. To achieve this unity of mind and body, I use different postures called asanas in sanskrit which are held steady for a few minutes whilst controlling the breath. The breathing techniques I use are varied and are an important part of yoga, they are called pranayamas.
Each asana has its own benefits and works different muscles, group muscles or joints of the body.
The philosophy of yoga is that by daily/weekly practice, it helps the body become stronger and relieves it from its stress.
Are you pregnant but want to keep fit for a painless delivery?
Then pregnancy yoga could be what you are looking for. It helps to boost mind and body, helping to keep your pregnancy as hassle-free as possible.
What can pregnancy yoga do for you?
Pregnancy yoga can help women get through their pregnancy with minimal discomfort as it also helps:
Are you suffering from health conditions, consequences of an accident, maybe structural, physiological or emotional?
Perhaps therapeutic yoga is what you are looking for.
What can therapeutic yoga do for you?
It also helps with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or related syndromes, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, asthma, spinal misalignments and joint problems, the side effects of chemotherapy or surgery, complementary treatment of serious chronic diseases including cancer and AIDS.
Are you one to look at your mirror and to start noticing that your facial features somehow are starting to drop?
Then facial yoga might be what you are looking for. It eliminates facial tensions and promotes blood circulation to the face to nurture the skin.
What can facial yoga do for you?
During the session, you sit in front of a table mirror and perform a number of exercises for different parts of the face. First, I work the front area (forehead and eyebrows), then I move to the eyelids area (crow’s feet), then to the jaw area, then to mouth area (teeth grinding problems) and I finish with the double chin, the neck and the neckline.