8 Tuesdays 28.2. – 18.4.2023 | 18.00 – 19.20
Led Class Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
1 SPOT LEFT (updated 27.2.2023)
This course is for all levels who are already familiar with about half of the primary series of ashtanga yoga.
During each session we practice a little bit more than half of the primary series in a led class setting, but also exploring some of the practices as a self paced individual practice.
You should already be able to practice Surya Namaskar A and B on your own, and you understand the concept of ujjayi breathing and vinyasa. If you hear the teacher calling out “Trikonāsana, ekam inhale”, you should know what to do.
If this is not you yet, then please have a look at the Ashtanga I -starter course that Alex teaches on Tuesdays between 19.40 – 20.50.
In best cases you can see more strength, endurance, flexibility and maybe improved bodily functions and/or wellbeing already after a few months of regular practice.
- Ashtangis who are already familiar with the practice.
Meet your teacher
Alex is a Swedish-speaking Finn who started to practice yoga at home in 2013, and has been practicing and teaching hatha and vinyasa yoga since 2014 (Seasonal Yoga). During the summer of 2015 Alex fell in love with the depth of the ashtanga yoga practice in 2015 with his teachers in Helsingin Astanga Joogakoulu in their summer camp in Houtskari (Petri Räisänen & Juha Javanainen). Since then Alex has been teaching over 3000 hours of yoga classes with a wide range of people, while managing Raseborgs Yogaskola, and has actively been practicing with different world renowned teachers on different workshop, such as Eddie Stern, Kino McGregor, Simon Borg-Olivier, and also online courses with David Garrigues.
“To me it’s important that the practices are taught in a safe, healthy and effective way for each student. As a yoga teacher it is important to understand that all people are different, and to embrace, or celebrate, the movement patterns of each individual.
In my teaching style you will learn to turn your senses inward (pratyāhāra), you will improve your focus and learn to practice to the rhythm of your own breath. The meditation and concentration makes the practice meaningful, and is a gateway to your inner dimensions. A yoga practice should be a practice in concentration and meditation. In ashtanga and hatha yoga we use our bodies to practice and achieve this.
We start simple, and the more you practice, the more you will learn at your own ideal pace while your body becomes stronger and softer, and your mind becomes more focused.”
Discount group: 149€
Discount group: retired, under 18, student
Due to separate renting of the yoga shala in Kauklahti, we cannot offer any refunds on your payments in case you cannot make it to class.
WHAT YOU GET
– 8 weekly in-person group practice sessions in Espoo
– Strong willpower
LANGUAGE – OPETUSKIELI
Main teaching language is English, but Swedish and Finnish will also be possible.
TIME AND PLACE
- 8 Tuesdays at 18.00 – 19.20 in Anandamaya Yoga & Wellness Studio in Kauklahti (Köklax) Espoo.
Address: Emil Halmeen tie 1F, 02780 Espoo (Kauklahti)