2019-01-14

Teaching Yoga at Molino Pinciòn...

We have the very special pleasure to enjoy several Iyengar teachers on location and one of us will join us from India for the first time: Pragya Bhatt is a busy yoga teacher from Bangalore – if you want to find out more about her, go to her website: yogawithpragya.com   She's an avid practitioner, documenting her daily practice and progress on instagram #yogawithpragya and giving yoga classes on her youtube channel "yoga with pragya". She gets interviewed on yoga and general health issues on the radio and in social media and publishes her work in print. Her first book on yoga asana practice and the philosophy behind it will be published this summer by Penguin. She inspires people all over India and around the world. Her first personal appearance in Europe this year with us during the workshop in Dolcedo/Italy




























Susanne Mayer is your other teacher. She will be organising the workshop and you can direct all your questions to her: sunneye@gmail.com 
She has been practising yoga for a very long time, and finally found the Iyengar method to be the most efficient and clearest, and therefore the most supportive and healing kind of Hatha Yoga. The precision in the asana practice and the attention on alignment are amazing tools to go forward and deepen the experience.
 

Susanne is a certified Intermediate 2 Iyengar Yoga teacher and after retiring recently from her duties as a university professor she is now free to intensify her yoga activities. This workshop is one of her first projects in this context.
Pragya and Susanne met during their month-long practice time in the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Pune/India and got along really well. It was great to hang out there with an inspiring international crowd. As Pragya speaks some of the many languages used in India plus her English is excellent, it was especially wonderful to have her with us and to explore places in Pune with her. In the end Susanne and Pragya even shared the ordeal of suffering from Dengue fever, so they have a few things in common... ;-)
They stayed in contact with the vision in mind to organize a retreat with a group of Yoga fellows, and the chosen place turns out to be Italia. A wonderful place to start this new adventure... 

We look forward to having you with us for this yoga week, which is going to be fun and deep at the same time, as it will strengthen our bodies and help body and mind gain and maintain a good balance. As there might be international participants – and, of course, the only language Pragya doesn't know is German, we'll keep this blog in English and hope that's ok for you. 
>> The yoga classes will be bilingual.







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