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Ashtanga Yoga Beginner’s/foundation course in Malmö

1050SEK
Sunday, February 4, 2018
12:00
- 13:30
K-Yoga/Medborgarskolan Föreningsgatan 72
212 14 Malmö
Sweden

Beginner’s/Foundation courses cover the basics of Ashtanga yoga and are suitable for complete beginners as well as those who practise other types of yoga but would like to learn Ashtanga thoroughly from scratch. The course begins with a short introduction to yoga philosophy followed by a gradual learning of the Sun Salutations, the standing asanas (postures) and part of the Ashtanga yoga primary series as well as finishing postures. Focus is particularly put on linking breath and movement in the…

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Ashtanga Yoga Beginner’s/foundation course in Lund

1050SEK
Monday, February 5, 2018
17:00
- 18:30
Folkets Hus Kiliansgatan 13
22350 Lund
Sweden

Beginner’s/Foundation courses cover the basics of Ashtanga yoga and are suitable for complete beginners as well as those who practise other types of yoga but would like to learn Ashtanga thoroughly from scratch. The course begins with a short introduction to yoga philosophy followed by a gradual learning of the Sun Salutations, the standing asanas (postures) and part of the Ashtanga yoga primary series as well as finishing postures. Focus is particularly put on linking breath and movement in the…

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Ashtanga Beginners course Level 2 in Lund

1050SEK
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
17:15
- 18:45
Folkets Hus Kiliansgatan 13
22350 Lund
Sweden

The course suits people who have previously attended an Ashtanga Yoga Beginner’s/Foundation course  with us or at another yoga school, and who wish to continue with a guided class format. The course is also suitable for those who want to practice at a slower pace and need/want more time to go through specific asanas (positions). The course runs over 7 consecutive weeks starting Wednesday 7 February at 17.15 (we pause during the winter holidays). At each session, you are guided…

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160SEK

Friday-fun: Breath and Bandha

160SEK
Friday, March 2, 2018
17:00
- 19:00
K-Yoga/Medborgarskolan Föreningsgatan 72
212 14 Malmö
Sweden

Ashtanga yoga is known for its dynamic flow of asanas in combination with an audible breath. The special technique used to synchronize breathing and movement is called vinyasa krama and is unique to Ashtanga yoga. The purpose of yoga practice is to still the mind – Yoga citta vritti nirodah. How we breathe affects how we think and how we feel. If we breathe poorly or incorrectly, we are unable to focus our mind (dhyana) or to control our body…

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Special class in Copenhagen: Twists & Core

200DKK
Saturday, March 10, 2018
10:00
- 12:00
Astanga Yoga Copenhagen VESTERBROGADE 24 B
1620 Copenhagen
Denmark

A strong yet flexible core is key in many yoga postures but also important for a healthy posture and to proper breathing. Through regular practice of the Primary and Intermediate series of Ashtanga yoga you learn to gradually strengthen the deeper layers of your core muscles and at the same time increase the ability of the body to twist. Twisting postures are important for the maintenance of a healthy spine as well as the stimulation of internal organs for proper…

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Special class in Copenhagen: Inversions – from downdog to headstand

200DKK
Saturday, April 7, 2018
10:00
- 12:00
Astanga Yoga Copenhagen VESTERBROGADE 24 B
1620 Copenhagen
Denmark

Being upside down can sometimes cause fear or discomfort in asana practice. Yet, head stand and other inversions need not be scary or uncomfortable if we’ve done the ground work of our practice properly. This class explores how to approach head stand and other common inversions in the Ashtanga yoga finishing sequence by looking at the very basics of the practice. We start with the dynamics of downward and upward facing dog and how these postures that we meet at…

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Ashtanga Yoga Beginner’s/foundation course in Malmö

1050SEK
Sunday, April 8, 2018
12:00
- 13:30
K-Yoga/Medborgarskolan Föreningsgatan 72
212 14 Malmö
Sweden

The course begins with a short introduction to yoga philosophy followed by a gradual learning of the Sun Salutations, the standing asanas (postures) and part of the Ashtanga yoga primary series as well as finishing postures. Focus is particularly put on linking breath and movement in the so called vinyasa krama system. We also cover Bandhas (energy locks in the body) and Drishti (focus). You will also learn how to practice and move safely to avoid injury and to build…

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160SEK

Friday-fun: “Happy hips”

160SEK
Friday, April 13, 2018
17:00
- 19:00
K-Yoga/Medborgarskolan Föreningsgatan 72
212 14 Malmö
Sweden

Lotus Posture, legs behind the head and other asanas (postures) in the primary and intermediate series of Ashtanga Yoga require relatively flexible hips. Today’s lifestyle with plenty of sitting on chairs or activities such as running/cycling often leads to stiffness in the hip-region/pelvis, legs and lower back. Additionally, we tend to store tension from stress and negative emotions in the hips in form of stiffness. Regular practice of the Ashtanga yoga primary and intermediate series over time helps free such…

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Friday-fun: introduction to the Ashtanga Yoga Intermediate series

160SEK
Friday, May 18, 2018
17:00
- 19:00
K-Yoga/Medborgarskolan Föreningsgatan 72
212 14 Malmö
Sweden

The physical practice of Ashtanga yoga consists of six different series of asanas strung together in a certain order where each position prepares for the next and each series prepares for the following. Practice starts with the primary series, yoga chikitsa ( which means yoga therapy), and a majority of forward bends that stretch large muscle groups such as glutes and hamstrings; and work on digestion and to clean the internal organs. The second (intermediate) series, nadi shodana, introduces a…

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Special class in Copenhagen: Back Bend Basics

200DKK
Saturday, June 9, 2018
10:00
- 12:00
Astanga Yoga Copenhagen VESTERBROGADE 24 B
1620 Copenhagen
Denmark

Bending back really means to stretch both the front AND the back and create space in the whole body. In daily life we sit a lot, drop the shoulders, and bend forward and round our backs – we limit our space. The front of the body becomes compressed, and we limit our ability to breathe properly. Our core muscles weaken and our spine loses its flexibility and is negatively affected – which results in poor posture, back pain and difficulty…

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