Join me for my weekly alignment based Hatha yoga classes to balance & strengthen your body, bring profound calmness into the mind & nervous system, and joy to the heart. All my classes are taught in english.
MONDAY 10:15-11:15 Postnatal Mom & Baby Yoga at Plasma Yoga in Zürich
MONDAY 19:00-20:30 Prenatal Yoga 2&3 trimester in Gattikon STARTS SEPTEMBER 27th
TUESDAY 19:00-20:30 Alignment-based Hatha Yoga, level 2 in Gattikon
FRIDAY 09:15-10:45 Alignment-based Hatha Yoga all levels in Mala Yoga Thalwil STARTS SEPTEMBER 3rd
There is a minimum attendance of two students, the maximum number of students is eight.
ALIGNMENT-BASED HATHA YOGA
Alignment-based yoga is a style of Hatha Yoga that is based on the teachings of B.K.S Iyengar. A great amount of attention is given to the correct alignment of the body which makes the physical practice of yoga safe and effective.
“Bend your right knee to 90 degrees.”
“Draw the spine and the kidneys into the body.”
“Soften the belly, letting it be like a tranquil lake.”
“Externally rotate your left thigh.”
These are the kind of instructions you will hear in the class. Emphasising the alignment of the body strengthens the body-mind connection and allows your mind to stay focused. The physical poses are designed to tone and strengthen the muscles, calm the mind, and connect to your intuition. READ MORE
In postnatal yoga classes we use breathing, movement, balance, and relaxation to allow mother’s body to recover from childbirth to its full potential. It’s all about gentle progression – there’s no rush. Slow progress creates long lasting benefits and a strong foundation for physical and mental wellbeing to flourish. All mothers and their babies up to 9-months- old are welcome to join this class.
The priority of the class is on the realignment of the spine, strengthening the pelvic and core muscles, stabilizing the pelvis, and opening the shoulders and chest. Plenty of rest and relaxation is also a key focus.
Postnatal yoga offers recovery stretches combined with deep breathing and small, slow movements. The importance of postnatal recovery exercise cannot be emphasized enough. These exercises help you to regain posture, close the body after giving birth, prevent stress incontinence, and womb prolapse.
I recommend starting from week four to six after giving birth. READ MORE
Prenatal yoga is all about the symphony of fluid easy movement, deep breathing, meditation & visualisations, and relaxation that prepare you physically and mentally for the birth of your baby. Prenatal yoga offers an unique opportunity to connect with the baby in the womb and create a profound bond with him/her that lasts for a lifetime.
Prenatal yoga focuses on supporting the preparation for labour, both physically and mentally. Through the active poses and deep relaxation techniques, you will gain more profound and meaningful experience of the pregnancy, birthing process, and motherhood. READ MORE