Traditional Yoga for the modern mind
“It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection.“
The Bhagavad Gita
I never wanted to do Yoga. I always thought Yoga is just a workout and for flexible people only.
A couple of years ago I started learning more about the modern science behind our thoughts, mind and consciousness and how they are all connected and impacting our health and our life.
Once I realized that Traditional Yoga has never been about working out or flexibility but is all about the mind and self-realization, I dove deeper into the spiritual science as well.
What I found out is, what science is proving today is what the ancient Yogis already taught 5000 years ago.
I have been trying to find my path for years. Yoga has taught me that we are all on our own individual paths. That trying to please others and therefore disconnecting from my true self is only negatively impacting my own happiness and well-being.
Online yoga classes
You will gain a deeper understanding of the traditional yogic teachings. Besides Asana, we will dive deeper into pranayama and meditation but also mantras, mudras and bandhas as well as the tantric and yogic philosophy.
You will develop a better understanding about the mechanics of your mind and how to calm it, as well as how to sense, cultivate and guide Prana [life force/energy].
You will learn how to cultivate stability and effortlessness on the mat and transfer it to your daily life off the mat.
We all have our ups and downs and issues we have to deal with.
Ultimately, Yoga helps you to live a happier and more easeful life. You learn how to deal with challenging situations in a calmer, grounded way without getting thrown off balance every time life does not work out the way you want it to (which happens pretty much all the time).
Your individual practice
You are interested in an individual practice that is designed just for you and your current needs?
You are in for a challenge and want to go for a 40-day Sadhana (spiritual practice) to really reap the benefits of a daily practice?
Let’s have a chat then!