the yoga styles that I practice and share; knowledge that I have learned from
my teachers and that I have experienced as a practitioner over the years.
Whether you want to join one of the groups, or if you prefer to work
individually in private classes, these are the yoga styles I share. It will be
a pleasure having you.
Hatha Raja Yoga
Sri Dharma Mittra, siksa guru of the lineage I follow. Teacher of my teachers and personification of compassion and love. It is a true example of yogi. Through the practice of dharma yoga I created a devotion for his teachings and for yoga itself.
This style of yoga facilitates an introduction to the postures and breathing techniques. The goal is to balance body strength and flexibility with this type of practice.
Derived from Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, today's Vinyasa Yoga is a creative style in which a sequence of yoga postures is followed where one flows without interruptions in the other.
It is practiced with modern music (chill-out). The practice becomes a dance in which we join the breath to the rhythmic and fluid movement.
It is a perfect style to start in dynamic yoga.
Yin Yoga is a simple yoga style based on traditional Chinese medicine. His practice is characterized by remaining longer periods in stillness enduring a classic postures of Hatha Yoga.
In Yin yoga we apply the combination between the pressure and stretching of connective tissues along the meridian path to stimulate the flow of energy.
several techniques to enter a meditation. The ones I prefer and work best for
me are breathing exercises. In the world of yoga we call them pranayama.
Vital energy control techniques, which help calm the mind in preparation for a good meditation.
Sit down, remain totally still, aware of your bodily, spiritual and mental state, calm down while you let all your thoughts pass without getting attached to them.
An experienced meditator will be able to keep his/her mind free of thoughts.
Cancer yoga is aimed at contributing to the progressive physical and emotional rehabilitation of people with cancer.
This type of yoga adapts to the biomechanical and pathological characteristics of the person with cancer through supports such as chairs, blocks, cushions, bolsters, etc.