The Viniyoga of Yoga for Well Being, Fitness, Lifestyle Support or Recovery
Within a private setting groups are limited to three participants to offer an opportunity to develop your personal practice in terms of exploring Yoga postures, breathing and meditation.
Teaching is focused and engaging with small groups ensuring personalised attention, opening possibilities for in-depth and specialised learning.
- Encouraging fitness and well-being
- Supporting lifestyle and change
- Maintaining health and stability
The unique size of the group and consistency with the same group participants thoughout a teaching term, enhances the experiential and developmental learning possibilities.
Classes January 2024:
Tuesday 16th & Wednesday 17th January
7:30 – 8:45pm
10 weeks – €150
Venue – Dundrum
Classes are suitable for varying levels of experience:
For beginning Yoga students to present the basic principles of practice. The emphasis is on learning Yoga practice through the use of primary Yoga postures with appropriate Yoga breathing patterns. Plus introducing simple seated Yoga practices for breath and attention.
The aim is to experience core practice principles of Yoga with emphasis on:
- Learning primary Yoga postures
- Exploring how to use movement or stay within postures
- Learning how to incorporate the breath into the practice of postures
For continuing students familiar with the basic principles the emphasis is still on primary Yoga practice, but is developed through introducing intermediate postures and techniques. The aim is to refine and develop the core practice principles of Yoga with the emphasis on:
- Development and refinement of breath and movement in postures. This level addresses the fundamentals that deepen your practice.
- Enhancing the primary postures through application of subtler Yoga techniques.
- Incorporating Intermediate Yoga postures with seated breathing practices and meditational techniques.
- Adding Yoga meditational techniques through seated breathing practices to develop and refine breath and attention.