Yoga-Classes-Vanessa-Englert

Yoga, the path to your Self

I understand the purpose of practicing Yoga to be to prepare the body and mind for meditation. There’s plenty to be discovered in meditation: for example your own behavioral patterns, peaceful satisfaction or tranquility. By accompanying you on your journey towards meditation, Yoga helps you to get to know your Self.

In my Yoga classes, I propose one possible way to access the path of Yoga, to work with your body and mind and maybe even to experience your Soul.  Yoga practices can be the tools you need to discover yourself independently. 

More about my training here .

Yoga private lessons

Find your yoga practice for every situation

In 90 minutes one-on-one sessions I will accompany you on the way to your own practice (sadhana).
Your needs, which we specify in advance, are decisive for the session design
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Here are examples:

  • Traveling a lot? Together we will develop a routine of self-practice that you can easily integrate into a mobile lifestyle. (#TravelMat #TakeOffAndLanding)
     

  • "The world is upside down" sounds fantastic to you? We work on mastering specific asanas, both on a physical and mental level. (#inversions)
     

  • Your mind is ooo past lunch? We find routines that can be practically integrated into your (professional) everyday life - and find ways how you can establish these routines.  (#OmImBus #MentalModels)

Virtual private lessons are possible under certain conditions.

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Yoga courses

With yoga to a balanced body and clear mind

I teach Yoga asana (physical exercises), pranayama (breathing exercises) and japa (reciting Sanskrit) for a balanced body and clear mind.

Especially the "clear mind" often comes difficult these days. The practice of japa is to learn to control and purify the mind by reciting mantras (Sanskrit words). Just as the body sometimes needs a detox, our mind also needs a purifying input. We are accompanied by the sound of the harmonium or the tanpura (Indian string instrument).

Depending on the format, Yoga Nidra ("yogic sleep"), Bhakti Yoga (e.g., singing Kirtan), or guided meditation also find their way into the courses.

Prior knowledge is not required. Just drop by.

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