Kane : Introduction Ashtanga Primary Series / Aligned Flow

17:30 – 19:00 – Introduction Ashtanga Primary Series
Under the instruction and guidance of the teacher, students will practice the Ashtanga Primary Series as a group. The intent is to demystify the series and try to learn the essence of the sequence and poses.

Sous l’instruction et conseils de l’enseignant, les étudiants pratiqueront la Série Principale comme un groupe. L’intention étant de démystifier la série et essayer d’apprendre la séquence et les poses.

Price: CHF 120.00 / CHF 75.00 students for 5 classes
Contact: +41 79 238 80 48
email: Intro Ashtanga Primara Series – Kane

Saturdays – Aligned Flow:
1st & 2nd Saturday, schedule @ 11:45 – 13:00
3rd & 4th Saturday, schedule @ 10:00 – 11:30

On donation
Contact: +41 79 238 80 48
email: Aligned Flow – Kane

In this course we will explore Yoga from the perspective of alignment and flow (Vinyasa). Physical Alignment – how our anatomical structure in relationship to the various Yoga postures to gain flexibility and strength.
Mental Alignment – how our thoughts affect us by exploring the thought-action phenomenon. And the holistic alignment of body and mind by being mindful in our practice.

Our goal is to generate flow externally through the yoga sequences, and flow internally with our breath and heart, so that we can flow with calmness in mind and body. The method that I will share is based on the Anusara yoga methodology as taught by the Abhaya Yoga School in New York, where I have completed my 200 hours teacher training and certified by Yoga Alliance (RYT 200). Come join us to explore and above all have fun in our journey to rediscover the self.

A few words about me…

Kane grew up near the chinese community of San Francisco. There he studied wu-shu and practiced and learned tai chi in the Chinatown park with the elders.  In university, where he obtained his BA in physical education,  he discovered dance and has been a passionate student of dance ever since. In his continuous path of self-discovery with movement, he now practices yoga, and recently completed his 200 hours teacher training from the Abhaya yoga school of Brooklyn.