“ The journey of the self, through the self, to the self.” B. Gita
Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is the practice focused on synchronising breath with movement, building strength and finding balance. For each movement, there is one breath. All asanas are assigned a certain number of vinyasas. By practicing yoga regularly you are inclined to become one with peace, one with love, one with joy – you discover your true nature.
“Yoga encourages you to be as familiar with your inner inner world of thoughts, feelings, memories, desires and imagination as you are with the outer world of time, space and casuality. When you can move through both the inner and outer domains of life with freedom and finesse, you fulfil the highest purpose of yoga.” D Chopra
Vin - Yin can be seen as the balance from Yang to Yin. It helps to build a strong core from which one can transition into new positions and exercises. This flow centers around control and precision, slowing down as it progresses finishing with a soothing and nurturing Yin yoga approach. With a diversity of exercises and modifications to suit a range of levels from beginner to advanced, this is a wrap!
‘Heartfully, Soulfully, Mindfully ‘
Focus on the present moment. Among its benefits, Yin Yoga helps improve many aspects of your life, including reaction time and short term memory. Those who have tried Yin Yoga become more relaxed and less distracted by their fleeting thoughts, demonstrating an enhanced ability to solve problems and retain and recall information better.
Fabi sees Yin yoga as movement with intention, the loving kindness attention, the subtle awareness. A way of healing, a river for prana. An absolute bliss. The contemplation of the Self,the cultivation of Bhakti. A sweet devotion, energy in motion , meditation as potion.
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‘ Master your breath, let the Self be in bliss, contemplate on the sublime within you’
Breath is the essence of life. In yoga, the breath is intimately associated with prana which means 'primordial impulse' or 'vital force' that governs all your mental and physical functions. 'Ayama' is described as 'extension' , therefore 'pranayama' is equivalent to 'the extension of the vital force'. Learning to regulate your prana to calm , balance, cleanse and invigorate your body/mind is a powerful technique of yoga. Pranayama breathing exercises are tools to help you channel your vital force in evolutionary ways that bring you higher levels of physical and emotional well being. It represents the connection with the cosmic universal elements (water,earth,fire,air, space) to rejuvenate the body and strengthen the metabolism. The control of the breath brings the control of the mind.
‘Better indeed is knowledge than mechanical practice. Better than knowledge is meditation. But better still is surrender of attachments to results, because thereafter follows immediate peace’
Fabi provides guided meditation open for all levels. She believes that a heart at peace gives life to the body.