Yoga for all (in English)
Kass Haff (Naturata)
187 A, rue de Luxembourg
Thursday 18:30 - 19:45
27/09/18 - 20/12/18 (autumn quarter)
10/01/19 - 04/04/19 (winter quarter)
Unless indicated, classes follow the Luxemburgish school holidays calendar
187€ per quarter (11 classes); trial class 20€
registration anytime, the price will be adjusted accordingly
My goal is to help people improve the quality of their life with a pragmatic approach adapted to our modern western society. Yoga simplifies my daily life. It allows me to better appreciate the happy moments of my life and be less affected by the difficulties that life invariably brings.
The sessions follow a carefully designed sequence : entering the practice, warming up the body, postures and counter postures, breathing techniques, meditation and relaxation. A session can concentrate on a posture, a part of the body or a particular theme.
I teach a breath-centric yoga that makes movements more mindful. During practice, the breath is linked to movement of the spine, and we move in and out of a posture before holding it for some time. Attention supports are used to calm the mind and help you stay focused.
I serve tea after each class, so we can gather and exchange.
If you can breathe, you can do yoga!
The classes are for everyone – with or without previous yoga experience – no matter your age, height, weight or physical condition.
I adapt the tools and guide you to suit your personal characteristics and needs.
Wear confortable clothes in which you can move freely and comfortably. Yoga is practiced barefoot. Perhaps a blanket or warm clothes for the relaxation at the end.
Yoga mat and cushion or folded blanket for sitting on the floor. There are chairs if you need one.
Yoga is best practiced on an empty stomach. I suggest you do not eat two or three hours prior to class or eat only a very light snack (fruit).
Please let me know about any health problem or condition that might affect your practice before the class or by email prior to class.
Interne Kursnummer / Code
- Kultur und Freizeit
- Mensch und Gesundheit
- Sport & Bewegung