Why Green Grass?
Green Grass Yoga is the name that came to my mind when I was thinking about giving yoga lessons after the yoga-teachers course.
I like to practice in park, in fresh air, with birds and sun and green grass. When the weather is warm, I find it much more attractive, than to practice in the studio.
As about yoga, I myself came to yoga looking for better health. I got it - and so much more... Though I'm still in the very beginning of this long way. What I want to share is exactly it - the firsts steps on long way of yoga. Yoga exercises, yoga gymnastics. A few of breathing techniques. Amazingly, even these simple steps can change a lot. Make you healthier and full of energy. Make your body feel so much better: soft, strong, alive.
What do we do in the lessons?
We usually start our lesson with breathing techniques, that help to "warm up" and to concentrate on the practice. And we continue with series of exercises - asanas, where we try to work with our entire body, all the joints and all groups of muscles. We pay a lot of attention to our spine, working on lengthening it, returning it its natural flexibility. We work with deep inner muscles, especially muscles along the spine, to help our spine have better support.
Our spine is in the very center of our body - and in the very center of the attention on our lessons. :)
Yoga is not only stretching, it's also strengthening. We will try to keep that balance in our lessons.
"Yoga is not about touching your toes, it's about what you learn on the way down." - Judith Hanson Lasater
Where and when (and how much)?
I am ready to meet you any day from Monday to Friday near 10 a.m. or near 5 p.m. in Jenischpark
or in Rathenaupark
or in Walter-Moller-Park
Of course we will discuss it in details to understand, what is convenient for all of us.
Look forward for your message!
P.S. Lessons in English! Russian is possible too. :)
P.P.S. Lessons in the park are free. But if you will feel like giving something in return, I invite you to transfer some money here: Advita
- that's a russian charity organisation that helps children with cancer.
Or any other charity organisation, that you know and feel worthy of helping.