Workshop

Fri 26 Oct | once a month

Yoga Kurunta | Using the Wall Ropes in Yoga

With Daniela Gfeller

Going up-side-down is of the most beneficial things you can do in Yoga!

Defy gravity! Get stretched out, and gain insight to poses trough new ways of experiencing them with the use of ropes. Unique to the Iyengar system! Join Daniela in these special monthly classes.

Have you ever wondered what those ropes in studio 2 are for? In the work of B.K.S. Iyengar, wall ropes are used to make students more aware of their alignment, help them open areas of the body that are otherwise hard to reach, and support them in poses that can be hard to perform like backbends or inversions. There is a great variety of ways to work with the ropes: from very active poses (swinging in the ropes from downward facing dog to upward facing dog) to relaxing, restorative and rejuvenating poses. In these long classes, you will experiment and experience that whole range.

You might also like the Special Iyengar Back Care classes with Daniela.

Defy gravity!

Dates One Friday a month 26 Oct| 30 Nov || 17.30-19.15

Price Class Card or drop in price

Location St. Janshovenstraat 1, Utrecht

 

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About the teacher

Daniela Gfeller

Daniela is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher who enjoys helping other students by sharing her knowledge. Daniela believes in creating a firm foundation of yoga practice and then gradually building up to go into deeper levels. Her teaching style is challenging but clear and precise. She helps students develop their bodies and their relationships with their bodies and takes great joy in seeing them develop over time.

Daniela is a devoted student of yoga since 2001. She likes the active form of Iyengar yoga practice, the precision that comes with it and its physical and mental benefits. As a web and graphic designer she spends a lot of time behind a computer and she finds yoga helps balancing body and energizes her spine.

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