“The asana is not a position it is a situation”
Abhijata Sridhar Iyengar

 

http://heatherbestel.com/2012/10/how-to-change-old-habits-and-behaviour/?replytocom=2707 CAMILLA SAHLIN

Certified Iyengar Teacher and a member of the Iyengar Yoga Association of France (IYAF)

partnervermittlung unseriös Iyengar certified teachers train for a minimum of three years in the art, science and philosophy of yoga and have had a dedicated practice for a minimum of six years before achieving their Introductory I and II level certification.

opteck This rigorous process incorporates a proficiency in asana practice, anatomy and a practical knowledge of teaching that is assessed by the Iyengar Yoga Association of France.

binary options demo account traderush Iyengar Yoga Certified teachers engage in regular upgrading of their practice that incorporates increasing level of competency in asana and teaching skills.  Continues education and self-improvement are both inherent to the culture of Iyengar Yoga.

Camilla continues to practice with her teachers Christian Pisano and June Whittaker-Pisano in Nice. She attends workshops and intensives to expand her vision of Yoga.


Standing poses

(Utthistha sthiti) Standing poses are the most fundamental class of all asanas. They create the foundation for your practice by laying the ground work for the most advanced asanas.
(Utthistha sthiti) Standing poses are the most fundamental class of all asanas. They create the foundation for your practice by laying the ground work for the most advanced asanas.

Forward bends

(Paschima pratbna) are calming to the nervous system and bring a deeper internal awareness. Every forward extension is done creating concavity of the spine and extension of the abdomen rather than compression.These asanas gives you the mobility and flexibility to the hip joints and lower back extremities.

Back bends

(Anuvittasana) Back bends are invigorating and strengthening. They stretch the hip flexors and help open the shoulders and chest.
They build strength in the legs, arms and back muscles.
By increasing mobility and awareness of the spine, they improve the posture.
(Anuvittasana) Back bends are invigorating and strengthening. They stretch the hip flexors and help open the shoulders and chest. They build strength in the legs, arms and back muscles. By increasing mobility and awareness of the spine, they improve the posture.

Inversions

(Viparita sthiti) Inverted asanas reverse the effects of gravity. Revitalising the entire system. When the internal organs are inverted, they become energised and healthy blood flow through the brain, improving sleep. They bring relief to tired legs and strengthen the upper body.
(Viparita sthiti) Inverted asanas reverse the effects of gravity. Revitalising the entire system. When the internal organs are inverted, they become energised and healthy blood flow through the brain, improving sleep. They bring relief to tired legs and strengthen the upper body.