|Monday||10. 00–11. 15||Hatha Yoga|
|16.30-17.30||Wobbelyoga Kids every 1st & 3rd tuesday of month|
|18. 30 -19. 45||Hatha Yoga|
|Thursday||10. 00–11. 15||Hatha Yoga|
|18. 00–19. 15||Hatha Yoga|
|Friday||17. 00-18. 30||Ashtanga|
Please arrive in time at the yoga studio, so that you have some time to relax before the beginning of the lesson. Ideal are 10 minutes before the start of the course. If you appear later and the lesson has already begun, you are welcome to join us, but wait for the end of the initial meditation and only then enter the room.
Take off your shoes when you get to the yoga studio. Dress comfortably and bring socks and a blanket for the relaxation phase (Savasana).
Out of respect for your fellow practitioners, please do not use perfume or other scents, as this is not everyone's favourite.
Always stay until the end of the lesson including Savasana (relaxation phase), because you can recover optimally from the strenuous exercises and become again full of energy and mentally receptive.
Please turn off your mobile phone during yoga classes. It helps you to concentrate on yourself and not disturb others. Speak calmly and quietly to ensure peace in the studio for you and others.
Before starting lessons you should not eat for 2-3 hours, so that your stomach or body is not occupied with the digestive process.
Yoga is not a sporting competition but a physical activity in itself, without any evaluation. Stay with yourself and don't compare yourself to others. Be patient with yourself even if you cannot perform an exercise according to your ideas and ambitions.
Sometimes your teacher will support you in your postures in Ashtanga classes to help you get better into the different positions.
The participant takes part in the courses at his/her own risk. Yogashala s.à.r.l. is not liable for damages and injuries caused by the participant. Yogashala s.à.r.l. is not liable for the loss of clothes, valuables or money.
Yoga mats, seat cushions (meditation cushions), blankets are available for every practitioner.
You are welcome to bring your own material.
For practicing you need a yoga mat, a seat cushion, a blanket to keep warm during the final relaxation (Savasana).
Through years of self practice I have come to know yoga as very healing and relaxing for me. My mission is to inspire and motivate as many people as possible to do their own yoga. I would like to share yoga with all those interested through physical movement and breathing exercises to inner peace, serenity, balance and relaxation. My focus is on attentive practice as well as on the perception and acceptance of one's own needs and possibilities. This is the basis to approach one's own limits with joy and ease and to overcome them.
I have completed a classical yoga training after Swami Sivananda in Goa and Rishikesh/ India and am RYS200 Yoga Alliance certified. Besides the dynamic Ashtanga style, I passionately teach Yin Yoga, a style that has a healing and transforming effect on the whole body.
Fascia Yoga by Amiena Zylla
Modular Therapy Course (Yogatherapy) AYI Concept by Dr. Ronald Steiner
Breathwork & Pranayama by Dr. Ronald Steiner
Our number of participants is limited. In the timetable under "Register" you can easily register.
My courses are intended for all exercise levels. I can show the beginners alternative positions at any time.
Please unsubscribe in advance by mail so that I can make the free space available to another person. You can also make up for your missed course if I have a gap in the course schedule. Please talk to me.
You can pay the 10er course tickets in cash via your Digicash-App or with Ec in the studio.
Please first talk to your doctor about whether yoga is suitable for your body and inform me about your physical limitations before the yoga class. I can then show you alternative exercises to the respective Asanas.
Yogamatten, Sitzkissen, Yogabolster und Decken sind für jeden Übenden vorhanden.
Du kannst aber gerne dein eigenes Material mitbringen.
Zum Üben brauchst du eine Yogamatte, ein Sitzkissen (Meditationskissen) und eine Decke zum Zudecken während der Schlussentspannung (Savasana).