Y O G A

P R A C T I C E   O F   A W A R E N E S S

Awareness of body, posture, movement, functions, breath, capacity. Awareness of mind, thoughts, emotions. Awareness beyond the body, beyond the mind. Awareness of presence and stillness within continuous flow and change in practice and in life. This unites us as individuals to the wholeness, beyond space and time,

H A T H A   Y O G A

It is a classical approach to yoga practice through posture, most commonly known today. In Indian tradition there are several more kinds of yoga: Bhakti, Karma, Raja, Jnana. In Hatha Yoga the body is seen as an instrument while the practice is done in order to keep it tuned. Different movements, postures, breathing techniques are used accordingly to personal needs. Aida’s style has formed through the ten years of practice and today has reached a gentle and at the same time strong approach with inspirations of Vanda Scaravelli, Angela Farmer, Elena Brower.

Aida offers both group classes as well as one to one sessions and forms the practice with deep listening and needs of the participants using her knowledge and intuition.

Y I N   Y O G A

Yin Yoga is often called a “quiet practice” and works as a counter part to dynamic and invigorating practices as well as busy and often stressful living style. In Yin Yoga mostly seated postures are practiced and are usually held for several minutes in order to access a safe and positive ‘stress’ on the deep layers of connective tissues in the body. Physically, Yin Yoga restores and maintains the natural mobility of the joints, primarily between the navel and the knees as well as all over the body. While energetically, it emphasises on the body’s energy lines, improving flow of energy while deeply nourishing and releasing and supports emotional equilibrium.

M E D I T A T I O N

Returning inwards to acknowledge and start from where we are at, daily.