During my time in Costa Rica, I have been facilitating both retreats and classes for the local community on a daily basis. Immersing myself in yoga and wellness have given me the vision and passion to share the practice with others from all walks of life back home in Europe.
Since being back, I have been honored to share my practice at a beautiful retreat center in Italy as well as online. In the recent difficult months I have loved creating an online classroom on Zoom with my students from all over the world.
My Vinyasa Flow teachings are steady and strong and in constant movement with the breath, with attention to detail and refining posture. I focus on not only classical yoga postures, but also on muscular isolation techniques that help you locate and pin-point the key muscles in your body that correspond to the posture. The intention is to include everyone, my classes are fun, dynamic, and inclusive for experienced practitioners and new ones alike. We dance between the limits of your comfort zone and an effortless sense of ease.
Yoga Nidra classes are a releasing experience, designed to create a safe and calm space for setting new intentions and letting go of the old. It is the ultimate nourishing deep relaxation and a moment to restore.
My teachings are inspired by my own transformation as a student of many talented teachers of movement as well as from all my students who have studied with me. My posture, ease, and comfort in my own body, self-confidence, and trust have improved over the years almost unrecognizably. I humbly wish that others experience the same changes. All this leads up to creating a sacred and calm space in your body, your relationships, your surroundings, and most of all in your mind so you can approach your life with more ease and confidence.
The key is in finding our patterns and use exercises, breathing techniques, and meditation to strengthen both body and mind. When we learn to use our yoga postures to aid this, we are able to be more conscious in our practice and then the real fun begins. A steady wholesome practice connects your breathing to movement, keeps your attention in your postures creating strength and stamina, and your practice truly becomes a meditation.
With Love, Silvia