WORKSHOP WITH ELENA MIRONOV
Sacral Chakra: Exploring Your Creative Potential
This session is a part of 7-workshop series. Each workshop introduces you to 1 of 7 major energy centres of the body as well as the way you can use this knowledge to balance your life and your yoga practice.
This time we will focus on the sacral chakra that connects you to your creative essence, un- blocking emotions and opening the gateways to feeling and experiencing prana - the universal life force. The sacral chakra practice is essential to help you free your creative expression and on a physical level, nourish and lubricate the joints as well as work deeply with ligaments, fascia and the connective tissue.
This workshop is open to all levels of practitioners and includes a talk, asana and pranayama practice.
Sonntag, 15. Januar 2017, 13.30-16.00 Uhr. Kosten CHF 64.- (inkl. MWST)
Bitte frühzeitig via email@example.com anmelden. Die Anmeldung ist verbindlich. Der Workshop wird in Englisch unterrichtet.
Elena Mironov is a Zürich based international yoga and meditation teacher, author and composer. She started her practice over the past 16 years and over 11, teaching on 5 continents, has led over 45 yoga and meditation retreats in Europe, Africa, Asia, Iceland and Central America and released a yoga DVD that has received brilliant reviews by leading yoga publications like Yoga Journal Deutschland, OM Yoga Magazine UK, Wellbeing, Australian Yoga Life among others. An expert in Ayurveda, elemental vinyasa, yoga nidra and yoga as therapy, Elena has been bringing together her background in psychology, vocal technique and music to create beautiful transformational yoga retreats as well a music album and a free meditation channel. Elena has taken over 800h of Yoga Alliance certified teaching trainings and co-facilitated foundational and advanced teachers' education programmes at 200H and 500H level in Iceland and Denmark. Some of her key teachers are Yogrishi Vishvketu, Shiva Rea, Paul Muller Ortega, Simon Krohn, Max Strom, Christopher Tompkins, Annie Carpenter, Kimmana Nichols, Ross Rayburn and Chetana Panwar. She is currently focusing on leading yoga retreats as well as co-teaching at yoga teacher trainings, specialty workshops, yoga festivals, organizing live music and yoga events as well as composing music and writing for leading yoga magazines. Her classes are characterised by warmth, safe alignment, focus on breath initiated movement and the experience of flow as well as a playful and uplifting approach.