Zurich

Andrés Gensheimer

After completing his training as a graphic designer, Andrés came in contact with dance for the first time. After his education in dance pedagogics (BA) in Vienna, his love for dance and movement further lead him to Amsterdam, where he continued his training at the SNDO (School for New Dance Development). To complement his dance training, he would practice yoga and he was immediately thrilled by the positive effect it had on his body, his mind and his entire life. Through yoga, Andrés finds contentment, inner peace and trust to cope with the chaotic dance of life. In 2011, he decided to deepen his passion for yoga and teaching by completing the 200 hour teacher training at AIRYOGA. He teaches a strong and dynamic Vinyasa yoga. Naturally, dance inspires his harmonious flow style. He creates a relaxed yet alert space, within which the Asana practice and the body can be explored and experienced. Andrés' classes typically include a creative flow of movement, a highly developed sense for detail and the state of „flow“ on a mental-emotional level, which allows for recovery, strength and stillness. He teaches in German.

November 2017

Monday, 27 November, 2017
12.00 to 13.00
Lunch Flow
Lunch Flow

This Vinyasa Flow class builds strength, balance and flexibility. The class is taught with simple postures, works for all levels and is suitable for anyone looking for a midday workout with all the benefits of Yoga. All students with basic yoga experience are welcome.
 

Andrés Gensheimer
Andrés Gensheimer

After completing his training as a graphic designer, Andrés came in contact with dance for the first time. After his education in dance pedagogics (BA) in Vienna, his love for dance and movement further lead him to Amsterdam, where he continued his training at the SNDO (School for New Dance Development). To complement his dance training, he would practice yoga and he was immediately thrilled by the positive effect it had on his body, his mind and his entire life. Through yoga, Andrés finds contentment, inner peace and trust to cope with the chaotic dance of life. In 2011, he decided to deepen his passion for yoga and teaching by completing the 200 hour teacher training at AIRYOGA. He teaches a strong and dynamic Vinyasa yoga. Naturally, dance inspires his harmonious flow style. He creates a relaxed yet alert space, within which the Asana practice and the body can be explored and experienced. Andrés' classes typically include a creative flow of movement, a highly developed sense for detail and the state of „flow“ on a mental-emotional level, which allows for recovery, strength and stillness. He teaches in German.

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