‘To attain inner Bliss is to return to Radiance’ – Swami Paramanand
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Anand comes from the lineage of Anette’s teacher Mahamandaleshwar YugpurushSwami Paramanand Giri Ji Maharaj (1935–current). He teaches the Ultimate
Reality Within. Vedanta of the modern time. He is an Ashtanga Yoga teacher.
Anette obtained the 200 hrs Registered Yoga Teacher training certification in the USA
by the Yoga Alliance. She is proud and grateful of being part of the Ashtanga teacher
lineage. She teaches Yoga level 1-2 Ashtanga Vinyasa Yogaclasses.
The word “vinyasa” can be translated as “arranging something in a special way,” like
yoga poses for example. In vinyasa yoga classes, students coordinate movement with
breath to flow from one pose to the next.
Everything to build up a steady, safe yoga practice. Assistance in the poses and use of
Previous yoga experience is not a must but it is an advantage to be familiar with basic
traditional yoga asanas – postures.
Aerial yoga combines traditional yoga postures with aerial acrobatic technique. The aerial yoga hammock supports you in standing and inverted balances helping you to develop the strength, focus, trust and peace required for these postures. Explore and expand your boundaries with backbend postures – heart openers. Enjoy opening up and letting go with the support of the aerial yoga hammock. Not forgetting have some fun too with flying and swinging postures! Suitable for beginners and experienced aerial students.
Restorative Aerial Yoga
The fabric hammock is lowered to just above the ground to support and float the body in restorative postures. You can enjoy being supported gently as you drop deeper into relaxation. This brings a sense of lightness in the body and helps the release of tension and tiredness. Restoring ourselves to our natural and balanced state. Restorative Yoga is a gentle, meditative flow that is perfect for those who are looking for a practice that will give you time to connect at a deep level. You’ll leave feeling strengthened, renewed and re-energized.
Anette had her Aerial teacher training with Janneke van Amelsfoort from Aerial Yoga Nederland and also her Restorative training.
Previous yoga experience is not a must but it is an advantage to be familiar with basic traditional yoga asanas – postures.
What is a chair yoga class like?
Chair Yoga gives you the space explore within your own limits. Everybody can use a chair as a “prop” in yoga. It has several benefits and challenges. The great thing with yoga is that it can be adapted to suit anyone’s needs. The aim is to work with your body rather than against it, therefore ruling out any competitiveness, which can lead you to push yourself too far and do yourself harm.
It’s an effective and gentle way to improve your strength and flexibility. With a regular practice, you will soon be reaping the benefits that go well beyond the ones outlined above.
Yoga helps you:
- stimulate balance, flexibility and strength
- awareness and concentration of body and mind
- reduce stress and improve mental clarity
Anette had her Chair Yoga training as part of the Yoga Teacher Training at the Ananda Ashram in USA.
Have you tried chair yoga?
You don’t need any yoga experience to start. It can be practiced at all levels. The great thing with yoga is that it can be adapted to suit anyone’s needs.