Advanced Studies: A Workshop Series with Mirjam Haymann & Manuela Peverelli
This masterclass workshop combination is designed for long-term Yoga practitioners and Yoga teachers, who want to deepen their practice, talk about challenging issues in the modern yoga world and gain new insights.
Each of the afternoons is dedicated to a specific focus on the physical and also the philosophical level.
Mirjam and Manuela intend to blend their love for practicing and sharing Yoga into a light and joyful common approach of holding space for others.
An intense yet supportive Asana flow on the mat will lead the way to the deeper realms of contemplation, Meditation and/or Pranayama to finish of with.
Hong Kong - ever-changing, competitive and hectic, created an exciting stage for Mirjam Haymann to dive deeply into the studies of Yoga. She feels blessed to have completed several Anusara teacher trainings and immersions with Patrick Creelman, a highly inspiring and profound teacher.
After giving birth to her baby girl, Mirjam further attended a pre- and postnatal teacher training program with Jean Byrne and Michelle Papa. The intensive mentoring with Rinat Perlman, the managing teacher of the Pure Studio Hong Kong, is essential.
Mirjam was born and raised in Zurich. She studied law at the University of Lucerne and is a mother of two daughters.
To find out more please visit www.mirjamhaymann.com
Manuela Peverelli teaches yoga since 2008. Her attitude and approach towards life is influenced by Tantric, Vedic and Buddhist studies and practices. She acknowledges human beings with all their uniqueness as an art work of the Universe. She intends to search for the macroscopic, wider perspective of life expressing itself rather than staying limited in the narrative view of the I-consciousness.
An education in Ayurvedic psychology at the European Ayurveda Academy in 2013 has enriched her background in Western psychiatric nursery.
Manuela’s teaching is dynamic and powerful, but at the same time a journey to the inner stillness as a refuge in this hectic and demanding world. For her, the techniques of Yoga are simply tools to create more harmony within the body and mind for recognizing the essence of the true Self.
Manuela currently lives and teaches in Zurich, but for her own studies and practice periods she spends the Winter months in Asia since almost 10 years.
For more information about her approach, please visit her website www.karmacircus.com
Mirjam Haymann and Manuela Peverelli will lead this workshop series
at AIRYOGA, Oberdorfstrasse 2 in 8001 Zurich on these days:
Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm: Being a Yogi in modern life
How can we translate the classical yoga teachings into the everyday life, with our own needs and the challenges of our modern environment?
We will talk about yogic values, money, relationships, business…
The physical practice will be on taking the seat. Hip openers and advanced seated variations will form the peak of the class.
Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm: Creating space
Goal-setting vs. non-attachment to the results? Methods on both strategies and on when to choose which one.
The physical practice will be on creating space - in your shoulders, in your hips, in your hamstrings, in your heart, in your mind, in your schedule, in your life.
Saturday, August 24, 2019 from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm: The way back home
This afternoon will be on how to introduce meditation, pranayama, prayer and meaning into the physical approach of Yoga.
The Asana practice will be on moving from the center of the body towards the distal, to build the foundation to flow with ease and grace. Expect core and balancing postures.
This workshop series is recommended for experienced practioners, yoga teachers and teacher trainees.
Mirjam and Manuela teachin English.
The cost is Fr. 240.- for all three sessions, or Fr. 90.- per session.
Participation is limited to a minimum of 10, and a maximum of 20 students.
Please note the reservation and cancelation policy for workshops at AIRYOGA.
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