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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.
 

February 2018

Monday, 26 February, 2018
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.
 

Susanna Lorenzini
Susanna Lorenzini

Susanna worked in the health and travel business, before she discovered Astanga Vinyasa Yoga in Fuerteventura in 1997. She proceeded to take a two months intensive teacher training with Nancy Gilgoff in Maui. In the period of 1999 to 2005, she was teaching yoga with Bruno Dietziker in Zurich. She continued her studies with Lino Miele, Luisa Sears, Sharon Gannon, David Life, Stephen Thomas, and Katchie Ananda and by attending various workshops and teacher trainings. In 2007 Susanna completed her 3-year training in yoga therapy with Remo Rittiner in Zurich. This was then followed by some additional training with Doug Keller. 
It is with great care that Susanna includes her therapeutic approach into all of her classes. Yoga therapy is a holistic approach, integrating body, breath and mind to recover a state of equilibrium. Its emphasis lies on personal and individual assistance for persons with chronic pain or ailments (such as back, shoulder or neck pain, asthma and the like). Since 2007, Susanna has been a member of IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists) and of the Swiss Yoga Association Health Insurance. She teaches her classes in German; her private lessons also in English.

 

 

Open Levels Oberdorfstrasse Sign up (32 slots free)
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.

Open Levels Fabrikstrasse Sign up (28 slots free)
Tuesday, 27 February, 2018
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.
 

Frank Schmid
Frank Schmid

Frank started growing in the Swiss Alps, then Zurich, New York and San Francisco. He lived in Vancouver, Canada, for 10 years. He received his Yoga teacher training from Ifat Erez in Canada and at the Sivananda Ashram in Kerala, India, and studied Yin Yoga with Paul Grilley.
Frank is looking forward to show you the amazing journey of Yoga. His daily practice reflects in his classes which he leads with a strong sense for detail, individual safety and fun. For those who take his classes, it is a quiet lesson in self-exploration, opening up body and soul to the accept and work through the practice, which at times mirrors the challenges of life. Frank is teaching in German and English. He lives in Zurich, at times with his two kids.

Open Levels Fabrikstrasse Sign up (40 slots free)
Wednesday, 28 February, 2018
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.
 

Adrian Wirth
Adrian Wirth

After completing his studies in Environmental Science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Adrian lived for one year in Vancouver, Canada. It was there he was first introduced to Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and Vipassana Meditation in 2002. In the following years Adrian's Yoga practice consisted in the regular practice of the Primary Series. Due to deep experiences with Vipassana meditation and with teacher plants, spirituality and self-transformation began to take a more important role in Adrian's life. This led him to travel to India, where he spent one year teaching Tibetan monks chemistry and biology, practicing asana on the roof of the Buddhist monastery, and diving deeper into eastern spiritual teachings. Currently his main focus is with Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Meditation. Adrian completed his yoga teacher training with Remo Rittiner in Zurich. Adrian's classes follow the tradition of T. Krishnamacharya, and are tailored to the student's needs. Dynamic Vinyasa Flow yoga, as well as gentle Ayur Yoga, fit perfectly well into his teaching repertoire. He is using elements like chanting, Yoga-Nidra or simple visualisations in his classes. With his scientific background, he understands well to build bridges between the old yogic wisdom and our modern worldview. Adrian teaches in German and English. He lives with his wife and son in Zurich. For more information please see www.oshadi-yoga.ch

Open Levels Oberdorfstrasse Sign up (31 slots free)
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.
 

Sarah Kotwal
Sarah Kotwal

Sarah discovered yoga many years ago and instantly felt attracted to the holistic aspect of the practice. After several years of self practice and taking part in numerous workshops, she successfully completed her first 200h yoga teacher training at AIRYOGA in Zurich, Switzerland in 2012. To refine her teaching skills she continued her studies in a 300 hour teacher training at Brahmani Yoga in Goa, India in 2013. Since then, Sarah continually aims to deepen her understanding of yoga in various subject areas. During her quest to broaden her “yoga horizon” she discovered Budokon Yoga and was immediately drawn to this strong and graceful practice. In 2016 she studied with Cameron Shayne, the founder of Budokon and got certified as a Budokon Yoga Teacher. Nevertheless , Sarah has not dedicated herself to one particular style or teaching, but rather integrates various elements of what she has learned to be true for herself and thus creates her own personal style. She aims to bring the traditional yoga teachings in to a contemporary context. Her classes feature dynamic sequences of movement that not only facilitate stability and mobility on a physical level, but also promote better concentration and an overall sense of wellbeing. In her classes, Sarah invites her students to turn their awareness inward and to focus on their individual needs, in order to practice without pressure or expectations.
Sarah is a mother of two children and cherishes the balance being a yoga teacher brings to her family life. Personally, Sarah sees her practice as a “space” to retreat and find stillness. A space to listen and notice. A space where the body can strengthen and relax and the mind can get centered and quiet. She teaches in German and English. Please also visit her website www.practiceyoga.ch

Open Levels Fabrikstrasse Sign up (30 slots free)