Yoga & Presence Retreat
8. September – 11. September
Retreat hosted in English Language.
I love to combine Yoga as a way to move into presence – no matter what age, body, fitness or shape you bring. I ask for sincerity in looking into postures, breath and movement but gives all the freedom so you can explore your inner connection without feeling pressure. Yoga is not about being in a box. It is not about using a technic only. Its pure presence where the mind can get still. And it is really fun too.
After all this time being on the mat, teaching all those classes every week, training many many Yoga teachers every year, it still so excites me to turn your energy on! Yoga is as individual as the body is and all we have to do is to find the knack.
As I am trained in classic Hatha, modern Vinyasa, energetic Kundalini & meditative Yin yoga and is totally fond of the deep Wisdom Osho’s active Meditations can give, I am always using a mix of formal and informal structures. The moment is all we have, so let’s create a yoga time not with yesterdays’s concepts, but with today’s feeling. People are usually surprised how big the buffet is that I love to give …. there are so many ways to kiss your own Self!“
So let’s meet on the mat and feel how much we can love our Self.
During these 4 days you will:
• get an introduction about the main Philosophy of Yoga according to Patanjali
• move the body with Dynamic & Softness
• feel the Power of Breath as the main Director of Life
• learn about the 5 Layers of the Body
• dance, shake, sing & sit quiet
• share with fellow travellers about your personal idea about Yoga
• for sure have a good laugh once in a while!
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
In Yoga you get to know yourself on many levels: physically through positions which strengthen your physical perception, through the art of moving and to cleanse the organs etc. Spiritually through the held concentration, which can relax at some point to create a space into Silence and Meditation. In these days you will find a home of possibilities and I love to stand at the door to invite the Yogis to come in. The lessons will be full of enthusiasm, humor and are resource-oriented. The sporty people, the older, the limited, the stiff or also the tired bodies etc. will find their way into this retreat. Yoga Teachers and Yoga beginners stand next to each other on the mat in these classes. It’s possible. We all stay students. What Vira asks you is to bring an open mind so Yoga is not practiced as as a competitive sport but as an art form to integrate life onto the mat while you have having fun discovering it.