It is not the goal while practicing the classical physical poses of the Hatha Yoga to achieve an acrobatic peak performance but to experience and accept one’s own limitations and to practice within one’s own possibilities at all times. The classical physical poses are chosen individually and eventually diversified – always in combination with the breath. All exercises are taught step by step in order to prepare the body with effortless exercises for the more advance poses. Special exercises of relaxation and counter poses help to eliminate eventual repercussions.
This is a therapeutical Yoga style originating from the Yoga center “Krishnamacharya” in south India by T.K.S. Desikachar. All exercises coming from the Hatha Yoga are being cautiously adjusted to the possibilities and needs of the participant. In addition there are breathing techniques but also concentration and relaxation techniques. The purpose of this Yoga style is to become slowly and with care more and more agile and to relieve pain (e.g. head aches, problems of joins or back pain).
A Yoga style designated to the more advanced Yoga practitioners with a good physical constitution. During Vinyasa Flow the individual basic poses of Hatha Yoga are being linked together to a flowing movement. This is why this creative style of yoga sequences is gracious and harmonious. In the process a special breathing is making sure the body will attain faster a certain body temperature. The intensified perspiration leads to the purification and cleansing of the body similar to a sauna session.
Yoga for the Generation 60+ /
Yoga for the Elderly
This type of Yoga is becoming more essential due to the fact that people are living longer. Yoga can be of help to be strong and flexible in your body even at an advanced age. The offer is aimed at people in senior residences – but it also offers classes in congregations or parishes for all those in mature age groups living alone. Yoga is a method of exercising that leads one to rediscover, in a sensitive and patiently manner, the signs of the body. Physical exercises alternate with moments of relaxation, movements and poses for coordination, strength, and mobility are adjusted for each participant. Seated Yoga exercises can be practised on a stool if needed. Yoga exercises as well as meditation and exercises for concentration increase the quality of life and the courage to face life for the generation 55+.
Yoga for Kids / Yoga for Teenagers
Yoga practices are more and more recommended by pediatricians and child psychiatrists. Through Yoga kids are discovering the fun of movements. Yoga relaxes and prevents hyperactivity. It addresses all of the senses and improves cognition/perception, It increases the power of concentration. It raises the sense of balance/equilibrium and imagination. Furthermore it improves the motor activities, develops body awareness and corrects postural deformities. The child learns to breathe consciously and therefore to relieve tension or stress. His self-confidence and self-esteem will be invigorated and further more …
These yoga lessons will take place either before the workday (between 7:00 and 9:00 AM) or during the lunch break (noon to 2:00 PM) in the facilities/rooms of the corporation or companies. This is ideal for those who can only invest little time for sport and who would love to use their breaks for exercise and stress reduction. 45 minutes are enough to address stress, fatigue, and the reduction of body energy with special exercises.