This course is taught in English.
Style: Sivananda Yoga
Sivananda Yoga is the style of hatha yoga practiced at Sivananda centers founded by Swami Vishnudevananda of Kerala. It is for the student seeking inner tranquility and centeredness. In a Sivananda class, we start with conscious breathing exercises to tune inward then the sun salutation, a cardio-vascular exercise, to warm up. This is followed by 12 core postures to channel and concentrate vital energy. A guided relaxation is done at the end and brings about the overall sense of harmony and well-being one feels after class. Regardless of whether a student comes into class tired or stressed, the balanced nature of the Sivananda sequence renders the student calm and lucid. Go to the Sivananda yoga page.
Teacher: Fredric Bender
Fredric has been teaching yoga for 29 years and has been co-director of Centre de Yoga - La Source since 1995. He started yoga in 1987 and took the Sivananda teachers training in 1990. Due to his own back injuries before yoga, he developed a sequence of yoga variations that form the cornerstone of his popular lower back yoga program. In 2006, he organized and completed a 4-year 500-hour teacher training program in the Nidrā Yoga of Kashmir Shaivism with André Riehl which was completed in 2010. Go to Fredric's page.
With heated wood floors, high ceilings and a view of the gardens, Club Haus am Becheler's "salle polyvalente" is a quiet and idyllic place for our yoga classes. Go to the Bereldange page.
What to bring
There is a changing room at this location. Wear comfortable clothing to stretch in. There are some yoga mats for new students to borrow, but not enough for all. If you have your own, please bring it. Info for your first yoga class.
At registration, we require term payment to guarantee your place. You may cancel after the first class according to our term cancellation policy.
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