I only share yoga sessions that are in tune with my own practice, hence, if practicing Hatha Yoga by myself, this is my go to. This class is heavily inspired by the Sivananda sequence – which simply put has a set of sun salutations and the same asanas, adjustable to any level, practiced with an emphasis to connect the movements with the breath. The practice also puts a heavy emphasis on resting in between, to benefit from each sequence. You might think that repeating the same (or a similar) sequence in every practice may be boring. Instead, I see it as a way to build discipline within and overtime, notice the changes and improvements.
The practice will end with a 30min yoga nidra meditation, to connect with our intentions, deeply relaxing the nervous system, the busy mind and the body. A yummy longer savasana, but better 🙂
Allow yourself to detach from your thoughts, fully relax, by diving into your body’s different layers and by activating your consciousness through the senses. Yoga nidra is among the deepest possible states of relaxation while still maintaining full awareness. In a world where the mind is always busy on the to dos, this practice will have the benefits of reducing stress, anxiety and calm the monkey mind. This systematic method of relaxation has been proven to be as recharging as 4 hours of sleep.
Gina (Hatha/Yin Yoga/Yoga Nidra/Sound Healing)
Gina has stumbled upon all things Yoga and meditation in 2015, while googling methods to improve sleeping patterns, as she has the tendency to be quite a night owl, you know… Her practice made her build trust into the various processes of life, the low and the high rides, guiding her out of places of grief and a burn out. She has travelled extensively for the past 10 years, and let the practice shape her journeys around the world. She made it her mission to show in her teachings that it’s OK to slow down, it’s even necessary, in order to evolve and grow. She is a certified yoga teacher and merges her classes with yoga nidra, shamanic sound healing, tuning forks and yin yoga. Gina has been working in the CBD industry since 2017, founding the first plant medicine infused classes in Zurich two years later, sharing her deep knowledge about it with the aim to take away people’s potential fear about the plant, and encouraging an intuitive use of natural remedies for a deeper practice, pain management or anxiety relief. In 2021, Gina has expanded her studies by attending an additional advanced yoga nidra training and by going more in depth on the use of tuning forks. If teaching a more dynamic practice, her sessions are inspired by the Sivananda Yoga sequence, which has been her key practice in the past years.
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