“Anyone can practice. Young man can practice. Old man can practice. Very old man can practice. Man who is sick, he can practice. Man who doesn’t hace strength can practice. Except laze people; lazy people can’t practice Ashtanga yoga”
Shri K. PattabhiJois
We go onto the mat for the first time for different reasons. It can be the need to rest, the necessity to improve one’s health, to correct the posture or the willingness to get stronger, increase one’s flexibility or to change the look of your body. Sometimes it is simply the willingness to do anything “for yourself” during the busy day, to devote a moment of time to oneself.
Irrespective of the motivation that directs us and the conditions we come with, everyone can begin practicing yoga and will get more benefits from the practice than he or she expects.
Individual classes will allow to mindfully adjust yoga practice to our needs and individual capabilities: predispositions and weaknesses. They will support the development of particularly these aspects that are indispensible to properly balance the work of the body and to relax the mind.
The classes can be led in the form of a cycle of meetings, a continuous course, or they can have a character of preparation for the group practice. We also lead one-time meetings or of ad hoc character, if the need results from the willingness to improve the technique of performing particular asanas.
There is a possibility to choose the leading teacher.
Dates and times of classes are agreed upon according to individual preferences.