Are you looking for a natural counterbalance to your work?
Do you want to harmonize your mind and body?
Or are you merely looking for a holistic training concept that includes breathing exercises, meditation, strengthening, stretching, and relaxation?
Then take part in one of my yoga classes in the clubs of one of my partners.
Do you have a couple of friends and you would like to practice yoga together. Get in touch with me, and I will see how I can help you best.
Are you looking for individual support in your yoga practice?
Is it important to you that your needs and wishes are specifically addressed?
Then you can get the level of care you are looking for in my private classes.
Write to me and let me know how I can help you best.
You and your team are looking for a physical and mental counterbalance for your stressful everyday office life?
You want to use movement, meditation, and breathing exercises to ensure a clear, relaxed, and focused mind to overcome the daily obstacles effectively?
Get in touch with me, and we can find the best way on how I can best support you.
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My way to Yoga
In the summer of 2017, a mental crisis afflicted me. Although I had never had a single yoga class in my life, the desire to go to an ashram arose out of me. I followed this inner call and had my first yoga class in November 2017 as part of a 200h Yoga Teacher Training Course (TTC) at Yogi Hari’s Ashram near Miami.
Upon my return, I practiced 90 minutes of Yoga every morning right after getting up for two months. The effect on my daily life was impressive. I was balanced and relaxed, both physically and mentally.
For a while, my priorities shifted, and Yoga played a minor role in my life. Until the summer of 2019, when I returned to the Ashram, repeated the 200h TTC, and participated in the 300h Advanced TTC (ATTC).
I spent a total of almost eight weeks of my life at the Ashram.
Even after the return from my second trip, I had never thought of working as a yoga teacher.
I started to develop a daily practice, which also includes influences from other teachings and yoga practices.
At the end of 2019, I was asked if I would like to give a yoga class in one of the studios in Augsburg. From this, my teaching practice grew relatively quickly. Today I teach in several studios in Augsburg.
Sampoorna means full or complete.
We are the spirit and the soul, which represents the divine, universal fullness in itself. The soul, which is also called the Self, functions through the instruments of body, senses, mind, intellect, and ego to experience the world of objects, emotions, and thoughts. The Self is pure, complete, and complete and does not need to be developed. The instruments through which it functions need to be refined, purified, and kept balanced so that the light of the pure Self can shine through in all its glory. Yoga is the state that is reached when one experiences the Self without any conditioning or restriction. This experience takes place when all instruments are refined, purified, and in a state of equilibrium. When the yogi sits in meditation, his mind becomes steady, calm, and peaceful, and as a result, he identifies with his divine, universal Self.
Sampoorna Yoga™ is the Yoga of Abundance, which intelligently integrates the main systems of Yoga, being Hatha, Raja, Karma, Bhakti, Jnana and Nada Yoga, to accelerate this process of refinement and purification. It works to harmonize and transform the whole being, physically, emotionally, mentally, and intellectually, to bring about balance on all these levels. This is the state of Sattva – clarity that reflects the true nature of the Self as beauty and sweetness.
If you would like to learn more about this, I recommend the website of Yogi Hari, the founder of Sampoorna Yoga™.
Sampoorna Hatha Yoga
A Sampoorna Hatha Yoga class purifies and refines all aspects of your body and mind. Therefore, at the end of a class, not only does your body feel free, but your mind is relaxed, and you feel energized for the rest of the day.
A regular 90 minute hour includes the following units:
- Short initial relaxation.
- Pranayama – breathing exercises
- Eye exercises
- Neck exercises
- Sun Salutation Variations
- Strengthening exercises
- Asana – Yoga Poses
- Final relaxation