TIMETABLE YOGA LESSON
qigong e taijiquan 9 – 10.15 ALE
ashtanga 13.15 – 14.30 FRANCESCA
baby yoga 16.45 – 18.00 CONCETTA
yoga 16.45 – 18.00 LUCIANA
yoga 18.10 -19.10 CONCETTA
yoga 19.15 – 20.30 CONCETTA
preparation 6.45 WALTER
yoga 7.15 – 8.15 WALTER
yoga 13.15 - 14.30 CONCETTA
yoga 18.30 - 19.45 SILVIA
yoga 20 – 21 EMANUELE
qigong e taijiquan 9 – 10.15 ALE
qigong e taijiquan 10.30 – 11.30 ALE
yoga 13.15 - 14.30 TIZIANA
yoga 17.45 - 19.00 TIZIANA
yoga 19.45 – 21 EVGUENII
yoga 8.45 – 10.00 CONCETTA
yoga 13.15 - 14.30 JENNIFER
yoga 14.45 – 16 LUCIANA
yoga e pranayama 18 – 19.45 EMANUELE
ashtanga 7.45 – 9 FRANCESCA
yoga 10 – 11.15 CONCETTA
yoga 13.15 - 14.30 EMANUELE
yoga 15.30 – 17 SILVIA
yoga 19.30 – 20.30 EMANUELE
meditazione e yoga 6.30 – 8 JENNIFER
yoga 10 – 11.15 JENNIFER
meditazione e yoga 17.30 – 19 JENNIFER
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monthly once a week € 40
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baby yoga € 30
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unlimited monthly € 80
3 months twice a week € 150
unlimited quarterly € 200
master class 20 € (5 € for members)
single lesson € 15
5 lessons € 50
10 lessons € 90
20 lessons € 160
single lesson € 40
10 single lessons € 350
Sri Sri Sri satchidananda yogi
adapted from Dio è Felicità
Each lesson forsees:
- a general warm-up of the muscles and joints and a more specific one according to the theme of the lesson;
- the practice of static postures, observing the principles asanas to stretch the muscles and asanas to increase the flexibility of joints, inverted asanas, asanas of balance, and asanas to develop tone and strenght;
- the study and the practice of breathing, in order to dispel psychological and emotional tension and strengthen the immune system;
- relaxation or a meditation as a moment for integring the work that has been done.
Typology of the lessons
A lot of time is devoted to paying attention to the body and to breathing (proprioceptions) and to preparation for regaining flexibility and vigour.
The gentle simultation of muscles, joints and of the various organic apparatuses are the principles leading to a gradual exploration of the positions.
Explanation of the practices, at both anatomic-physiological and philosophical-symbolic levels, is detailed and is communicated in precise and simple language.
Preparation and a gradual approach in the exercices are the basic principles.
The next step is to develop new patterns in terms of both movement and postural and a mental hygiene to foster the way of living everyday life.
The prerequisite is to have adequate motivation, a good ability to listen and responsibility, as well as the fervent wish to practice a discipline that concerns all the psychological and physical components of the human being.
Lesson with pranayama
Dynamic preparation, static postures of increasing intensity and regulation of the respiratory activity are predominant in the lesson.
The 30 last minutes are dedicated to the study of pranayama, that is to say that using breathing we focus on the nervous system and address the psyche.
Hatha yoga and tradition
This lesson is deeply interwoven with precepts from the point of view of the Yogis, amazing experts of the human being. It requires devotion to the masters and to the teachings, emotional stability and tha ability to turn to contemplation of the deeper self.
The wording madras yoga indicates a lesson where you can access the room at any time, not necessarily at the start of the lesson, and also end freely.
The instructor does not guide the lesson in its entirety, but is present to: indicate to each participant an appropriate practice; make specific and individualized corrections; provide suggestions for progressing over time; facilitate the right moments of dialogue or a more silent atmosphere dedicated to the introspective experience.
Sri Sri Sri Satchidananda Yogi (Swamiji), at the madras ashram, followed the students in this way, allowing each one to grow in their own time and talents.
The best results are obtained
with regular practice and
the readiness to improve
ones own way of life.
The Yoga teacher
is trained to respect current knowledge
on the disciplines of movement and
according to a humanist education.