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WHAT IS ASHTANGA YOGA?

 

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a popular hatha yoga system based on Patanjali´s sutras and the Yoga Korunta. The oldest known teacher is T. Krishnamacharya, he passed his knowledge on to several teachers, such as T.K.V. Desikachar, B.K.S Iyengar or K. Pattabhi Jois.

While practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga we are guided by our breath and dynamically switching positions (asanas). This allows us to work with our bodies on an energetic level. But Ashtanga Yoga is way more than what we can actually see and practice on our mats: literally translated it means "eight limbs". Some of them are visible, others can be physically felt and some lie beneath our imagination. The asanas only describe the third limb.

The steady and dedicated practice of the eight limbs (Yama, Niyama, Asanas, Pratyhara, Dharana, Dhyana & Samadhi) leads to a wonderful energetic cognition and concentration as well as a deep realization of the inner self. Remember: 99% practice and 1% theory.

Mysore style teaching is the traditional way of guiding a class and it’s one of the basic elements in my classes as well: everybody practices in their own pace, in individually adapted intensity and range. But most importantly I accompany my students on their own path (yoga). They receive individual adjustments, assistance and support and I guide them deeper into their practice gradually. Newbies and advanced practitioners are practicing together in one class, which creates a unique energetic and social atmosphere.

 

THE AYRF - TEAM

 

CHRIS (TEACHER / OWNER) | Ashtanga Yoga Room Frankfurt

Chris
(Teacher / Owner)

 

BEATE (ASSISTANT-TEACHER) | Ashtanga Yoga Room Frankfurt

Beate
(Assistant-Teacher)

 

DORA (ASSISTANT-TEACHER) | Ashtanga Yoga Raum Frankfurt

Dora
(Assistant-Teacher)

 

JANA (CO-TEACHER / SUBSTITUTION) | Ashtanga Yoga Room Frankfurt

Jana
(Co-Teacher / Substitution)

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