Zurich

Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga which focuses on building inner heat. The flowing movements lead to an increase in strength, flexibility and energy. Through the synchronization of breath and movement and the repetitive sequence of asanas (yoga postures), the practitioner is able to experience a state of meditation and calm while developing a self practice.

Ashtanga "Half Primary" – Primary Series through Navasana (90 min.)
This class is a guided class of the first half of the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. The pace is somewhat slower than in the full primary. It is suitable for practitioners that would like to spend more time in the postures and learn more detail as more information accompanies the postures by way of verbal adjustments.

October 2017

Saturday, 21 October, 2017
10.30 to 12.00
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga which focuses on building inner heat. The flowing movements lead to an increase in strength, flexibility and energy. Through the synchronization of breath and movement and the repetitive sequence of asanas (yoga postures), the practitioner is able to experience a state of meditation and calm while developing a self practice.

Ashtanga "Half Primary" – Primary Series through Navasana (90 min.)
This class is a guided class of the first half of the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. The pace is somewhat slower than in the full primary. It is suitable for practitioners that would like to spend more time in the postures and learn more detail as more information accompanies the postures by way of verbal adjustments.

Sabine Glück
Sabine Glück

Sabine has been an avid student of Yoga since 2010. She is continuously studying with her principal teachers Richard Freeman, Mary Taylor and Michael Hamilton as well as working regularly with Doug Keller. Since 2014 she is teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa. Vipassana meditation is part of her spiritual practice and she is regularly attending silent retreats. Since October 2015 she is completing her certification as an MBSR trainer at the Center for Mindfulness in Zurich. Sabine teaches in German and English.
 

Half Primary Oberdorfstrasse Waiting List (0 slots free)
Sunday, 22 October, 2017
11.00 to 12.30
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga which focuses on building inner heat. The flowing movements lead to an increase in strength, flexibility and energy. Through the synchronization of breath and movement and the repetitive sequence of asanas (yoga postures), the practitioner is able to experience a state of meditation and calm while developing a self practice.

Ashtanga "Half Primary" – Primary Series through Navasana (90 min.)
This class is a guided class of the first half of the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. The pace is somewhat slower than in the full primary. It is suitable for practitioners that would like to spend more time in the postures and learn more detail as more information accompanies the postures by way of verbal adjustments.

Salomé Thalmann
Salomé Thalmann

Salome was born in Solothurn and raised in Zug. She studied medicine in Zurich for a number of years, whereby she acquired a vast knowledge of the anatomy of the human musculoskeletal system. She later decided to change her educational focus and is currently studying to become a Kindergarten and Primary School teacher at the Pädagogische Hochschule in Zurich.
Since discovering yoga in 2010, Salome’s passion for Ashtanga Yoga has consistently grown. In 2012 she deepened her Ashtanga practice in Mysore, India at the Ashtanga Institute under the direction of R. Sharath Jois, grandson of Sri K. Patthabi Jois. Salome has been assisting her teacher Michael Hamilton in the Ashtanga Mysore Style program at AIRYOGA since 2013, while also teaching her own Mysore Style classes. In her teaching she emphasizes inner alignment, which she learned from her teacher Michael Hamilton.
For Salome, yoga means building trust for oneself, to treat oneself and others attentively and with awareness, and to allow for change to happen. At the same time, she sees yoga as an instrument to experience well-being and stillness within the body. Salome teaches in German and English.

Half Primary Fabrikstrasse Sign up (37 slots free)
Wednesday, 25 October, 2017
19.15 to 20.45
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga which focuses on building inner heat. The flowing movements lead to an increase in strength, flexibility and energy. Through the synchronization of breath and movement and the repetitive sequence of asanas (yoga postures), the practitioner is able to experience a state of meditation and calm while developing a self practice.

Ashtanga "Half Primary" – Primary Series through Navasana (90 min.)
This class is a guided class of the first half of the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. The pace is somewhat slower than in the full primary. It is suitable for practitioners that would like to spend more time in the postures and learn more detail as more information accompanies the postures by way of verbal adjustments.

Sabine Glück
Sabine Glück

Sabine has been an avid student of Yoga since 2010. She is continuously studying with her principal teachers Richard Freeman, Mary Taylor and Michael Hamilton as well as working regularly with Doug Keller. Since 2014 she is teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa. Vipassana meditation is part of her spiritual practice and she is regularly attending silent retreats. Since October 2015 she is completing her certification as an MBSR trainer at the Center for Mindfulness in Zurich. Sabine teaches in German and English.
 

Half Primary Oberdorfstrasse Sign up (4 slots free)
Saturday, 28 October, 2017
10.30 to 12.00
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga which focuses on building inner heat. The flowing movements lead to an increase in strength, flexibility and energy. Through the synchronization of breath and movement and the repetitive sequence of asanas (yoga postures), the practitioner is able to experience a state of meditation and calm while developing a self practice.

Ashtanga "Half Primary" – Primary Series through Navasana (90 min.)
This class is a guided class of the first half of the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. The pace is somewhat slower than in the full primary. It is suitable for practitioners that would like to spend more time in the postures and learn more detail as more information accompanies the postures by way of verbal adjustments.

Sabine Glück
Sabine Glück

Sabine has been an avid student of Yoga since 2010. She is continuously studying with her principal teachers Richard Freeman, Mary Taylor and Michael Hamilton as well as working regularly with Doug Keller. Since 2014 she is teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa. Vipassana meditation is part of her spiritual practice and she is regularly attending silent retreats. Since October 2015 she is completing her certification as an MBSR trainer at the Center for Mindfulness in Zurich. Sabine teaches in German and English.
 

Half Primary Oberdorfstrasse Sign up (7 slots free)
Sunday, 29 October, 2017
11.00 to 12.30
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"
Ashtanga Yoga "Half Primary"

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing, dynamic form of yoga which focuses on building inner heat. The flowing movements lead to an increase in strength, flexibility and energy. Through the synchronization of breath and movement and the repetitive sequence of asanas (yoga postures), the practitioner is able to experience a state of meditation and calm while developing a self practice.

Ashtanga "Half Primary" – Primary Series through Navasana (90 min.)
This class is a guided class of the first half of the primary series of Ashtanga yoga. The pace is somewhat slower than in the full primary. It is suitable for practitioners that would like to spend more time in the postures and learn more detail as more information accompanies the postures by way of verbal adjustments.

Simona Gabrieli
Simona Gabrieli

Yoga goes far beyond the practice of asana. Simona is deeply fascinated by the infinity of yoga. In each yoga class, we are confronted with ourselves, our thought patterns and the way we act and react. This gives us the opportunity to come closer to our true selves. Discovering and connecting with this true self, playing with our own limitations and leaving the comfort zone, is a constant challenge.
For Simona, Yoga is a source of strength, calmness, clarity and freedom. Staying open, accepting the now, surrendering and learning to let go are processes that nourish us from within.
Simona has been practicing yoga since 2007. In 2011, she attended the 200-hour (YA) Teacher Training with Patricia Thielemann in Berlin. Since 2012, she has been practicing with her teacher Michael Hamilton and completed his Advanced Teacher Training in spring 2016. Currently, Simona is assisting in his Ashtanga Mysore Style Programme at AIRYOGA Zurich.
She teaches in German and English.
 

Half Primary Fabrikstrasse Sign up (41 slots free)