*** Warm up and Wind down ***
Yoga Workshop with Magda (14.10.2017)
Summer is slowly coming to an end and it’s getting a bit cooler already!
Get ready for winter during this four hour workshop which will focus on warming up and winding down after a busy summer!
There will be two sessions, each 2 hours with Magda who has been practising yoga since 2003 and has been living and teaching in Goa, India.
Morning session 09:30 – 11:30 am
We will start with heating the body up from the inside, creating internal fire through a dynamic Vinyasa Flow practice targeting all areas of the body, energising and improving our metabolism and preparing us for those colder Autumn days. The practice will include core strengthening and arm balances, providing you with technical alignment tips and a better understanding of the poses, their purpose and impact on our body.
Afternoon session 5:30 – 7:30 pm
The afternoon session will combine yin poses, with longer holds, as well as pranayama, meditation and yoga nidra, setting up a sankalpa (intention) for the coming season, in order to completely relax and rejuvenate our body, mind and spirit.
Early Bird: (until 10.10.2017) 100Euros (incl. VAT)
Normal Price: 120 Euros (incl. VAT)
To book your slot, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will guide you through the rest of the process
Who is Magda?
Magda Procner has been practising yoga since 2003 and has been living and teaching in Goa, India since 2011, where she co-founded her own studio – Parinama Yoga Studio. She has completed 500 hr TTC as well as a variety of other trainings and workshops, including yearly trainings in Mysore, courses in pranayama, vipassana meditation and more.
She has conducted numerous workshops and retreats around the world, including India, Sri Lanka, Costa Rica, UK, Spain, Italy and Poland, as well as taught modules for YTTC courses. In her classes, she combines Eastern and Western approaches to yoga – introducing not only asanas, but also pranayama, meditation, elements of yoga philosophy and Ayurveda, and creating a safe space for self-inquiry and internal exploration, within a challenging physical workout.