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Hannah

HANNAH

Today’s endless possibilities are astounding but come along with some challenges. Our day-to-day life is accelerating, and you hear about increasing stress levels almost everywhere. How often do you find yourself thinking or saying, „I’m running out of time”? Not surprisingly methods maintaining our mental and physical health are gaining importance.

 

I am convinced, that Yoga is a simple and yet very powerful approach to achieve that. A Yoga focusing on the connection of breathing and movement while adapting to the student’s individual needs. The body and our awareness of it are strengthened via practicing Yoga. You can reduce stress, poor postures and feel more balanced.

 

Sensing the content calmness and blissful relaxation after giving a class feels every time so rewarding to me. It excites me to follow the latest news from modern science confirming by and by the empiric findings the ancient Indians discovered over thousands of years. What I like most: it doesn’t matter, if you have a spiritual or pragmatic mind: do your yoga and all is coming!

Education and further training

  • Since 2016: Hatha Vinyasa Parampara Teacher Training and training sessions with Andreas Ruhula and Sybille Schlegel
  • Since 2017: Svastha Yoga therapy training with Dr. Günther Niessen and Dr. Ganesh Mohan with main areas such as knee, spine, hip, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, stress, depressive and anxiety disorders

Flo

FLO

In conversations about Yoga I am often hearing “Oh, Yoga, I am much too stiff for that” or “my body is not made for these postures” or “Yoga, where to find the time?”. My reply: I see and yet Yoga is so much more that these special postures. Anybody can move!

 

For me, Yoga is bringing together breathing and movement, tension and relaxation. In doing so, the movements and postures (Asana) might be very simple to feel the breath or strong and training your muscles. Your own practice is always taking your personal capabilities into account.

 

Yoga is also to be mindful with yourself, to take time for your and experience your inner peace. Yoga supports you in getting calm with you and your environment and acts as a counterbalance to the performance often demanded from us in present time.

 

Today, the Indian techniques of the old yogis are getting more and more interest from modern science. Many studies demonstrate the positive, supporting effect Yoga and or increasing resilience.

 

I would be very glad to see you dropping in and try out a class. Yoga might be just what you were looking for!

Education and further training

  • Since 2016: Hatha Vinyasa Parampara Teacher Training and training sessions with Andreas Ruhula and Sybille Schlegel
  • Since 2017: Yoga Teacher Training with Mark Whitwell
  • 2018: Yin Yoga Workshop with Biff Mithoefer
  • Since 2017: Svastha Yoga therapy training with Dr. Günther Niessen and Dr. Ganesh Mohan with main areas such as knee, spine, hips, shoulders, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, Yoga the elderly, stress, depressive and anxiety disorders