Balance the 5 Elements

A 2 hours Hatha-Yoga meditative class with breath awareness, postures holded for moderate periods, Chakra concentration and a relaxation at the end.

Ayurveda is to Yoga the foundation for an harmonious lifestyle.These two Ancient Systems,  perfectly match to each other and helps you to improve the life to the better!
This is a combination to achieve a healthy body and mind.

In this Workshop we set focus on the 5 great elements in the human beings body, which are: earth, water, fire, air and space. The related Yogic technic that support the Chakra of each element is also our focus.
We practice a fluid and soft transitions of postures and setup the technics for a harmonious connection of body, mind and emotions.

No previous theoretical knowledge about Yoga or Ayurveda is required. This is a 100% practical class and 100% suitable for beginners. Experienced practitioners and Yoga Teachers can get advantages as well by include this approach in the your own daily practice or teachings. As participants you only need to be present and go with the flow.

We work with basic postures and hold it for a moderate periods of time to increase awareness and provides a deep understanding of the strength, flexibility and the limitations of the own physical and subtle body. The focus on the breath play also a very important and vital role on this practice. You will be guided for this purpose.

This class is suitable for everyone, of any age and body types, no matter the shape or size. Balance being needed and recommended for everyone. The only challange is to bring the attention to yourself.

A regular practice of Hatha-Yoga based on the 5 elements allows you to have a clearer mind, balanced emotions, flexibile and strong body which helps you to be more dynamic and active in life. This will also help you to achieve more self-confidence, be fearlessness and become more compassionate. In general, you will be more inspired to enjoy life and to be connected to your true nature and the universal laws.

See below the upcoming workshops and join one of them!
If your free time, the dates or location don’t match, or you lost the opportunity for any reason, you can have a private class!
If you want, you can also offer this opportunity to your family members, friends or students to gain the knowledge of this workshop by organize it at your own place!

We can do that together!
In any case I will love to help you! 
Transfer knowledge is my goal, help others to help themselves is my mission!
Let´s practice now to balance body and mind through the 5 elements!

Yoga Master Class ULC 2019
Yoga Master Class ULC 12.01.2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yoga & Ayurveda in Bad Bergszabern

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yoga, Ayurveda and Meditation

Abhyanga Massage

Abhyanga – The Ayurvedic Oil Massage

Ayurveda Massage is used as part of Ayurvedic Therapy. Abhyanga, “The Oil Massage” is a form of Ayurvedic medicine which involves Doshas specific herbs infuses oil. Abhi means motion and (y)anga body parts, that means specific motion of different body parts. Abhyanga massage are applied in the head and face face, and in the front and back part of the body, in the armas and hands, legs and foot.

Doshas or the three biological humours are in Ayurveda the combination of the 5 basic elements (pancha maha bhuta) which the human body is made. The combination of earth (prithvi), water (jala), fire (tejas), air (vayu) and space (akasha) results in the Tridoshas, Vata that regulates movement and is responsible to the nerve system, which combines Air and Space; Pitta who regulates biotransformation and is dedicated to all metabolic processes, Fire and Water are the element combination of this dosha; and Kapha that regulates cohesion and functions of the body, that dosha is responsible to all body fluids and combines the of Earth and Water element.

In order to balance all the three Doshas or the 5 elements, Ayurveda uses different kinds of therapies. Abhyanga – the oil massage, is the most used nowadays. Its harmonize body and mind, and provide a  relaxation, calm nerves and helps to deep and better sleep. That massage helps to reduce weight, detoxify, increase flexibility and strength to the body. Because of the application of different oils, the skin become soft and smooth, whats rejuvenates. Abhyanga improve blood circulation, stimulates internal organs and support self-healing. Try to list the benefits of that massage technique will result in a very long list, better to try first and experience the results. 😉

People says that there are skills one born which and the interest to the subject shows a little bit about it. And I guess those who say that are right…

Ayurveda and Abhyanga comes to my life during my first Teachers Training Course at Parmarth Niketan Ashram in Rishikesh 2011. After that experience and some more lectures, I start looking for experienced therapist and teachers who could give to me direct transmissions to apply that science in daily life. Join an entire graduation in India was not my option for many reasons. Usha Vaishnava from Ayurveda Nirvana in Rishikesh, introduced me to the Panchakarma – the Ayurvedic 5 actions of detoxication and replenishment of tissues, where Abhyanga take a huge part of it. Together with her assistant Gitajee, they taught me how to perform Panchakarma, the massage and others technics.

Now I´m able not only to treat with Abhyanga massage, but also to show to you how to do it for others. If you motivation is to help others, this is a great service you will be able to provide to people.

The full body massage take 2 hours to be performed properly, take some more time can be helpful accord to the cases. Specific oils are used and I ´m open to use the one of you preference in case you have one. As long it´s will not negatively influences the treatment, all kind of Oils can be used. A partial massage like back or legs can also be done, but in order to not decrease the benefits of the massage, it´s strongly recommendable to not limit the treatment to single parts of the body. Better to take the time to do it, how it should be done!

The Abhyanga basic course I prefer to do with those who already are massage therapist, yoga teachers or interested in Ayurveda. It`s will be focused on the massage application to the full body. The basic principles and concepts of Ayurveda is not part of that, but we will talking about then all the time. After that weekend you will have more questions then before and it´s will help you to keep learning and practicing Ayurveda in you daily life.

Basically I expose what I can provide you, be free to any enquire for appointment or course.

Take time for you health, this is what is be wealthy!

Namastejee

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