― Danielle LaPorte
The spring weather is all over the place, but we are not. We have grounded ourselves in preparation for a bright season to remember. News from English Yoga Berlin bring you: Clelia joins the team, courtesy of Erasmus, to learn from EYB about survival in the world of small sustainable enterprises. Pinelopi is getting stronger and stronger after her accident. There are still places left in the 3 hour Yoga and Alexander Technique’s workshop with Rossella Buono and David Moore – read all about it!!
Pinelopi is back after her bike accident in December. Lots of thanks to the wonderful substitute teachers that have kept the yoga Kreuzberg classes going for her. She is now feeling stronger and enjoying giving the Hatha Yoga classes again. Thank you to all the wonderful people who sent flowers, healing wishes and kindness! This time apart doing physical rehabilitation and healing has allowed her to focus on how to better the injury conscious aspect of yoga.
Yoga and the Alexander Technique Workshops
Our 6-day workshop with David Moore and Rossella Buono has one place left. Write to us if you are interested! Because of the popularity of the workshop, we’re now also offering a 3-hour workshop on July 18th, 6pm to 9pm. Register here.
Erasmus – Clelia
Hello, pleased to meet you!! My name is Clelia and I am here to learn from EYB what it takes to run a yoga enterprise committed to people and their needs – I hope to meet as many of you as possible. Read more in the blog about how I got here, it’s a story about how to live through limitations and transform pain into a great opportunity.
Juli is excited to continue with the advanced yoga teacher training, Svastha Yoga Therapy at the begining of June. Module 5 will bring new knowledge about yoga for depression and anxiety to the community classes at English Yoga Berlin: therapeutic Vinyasa Flow on Sundays at 4pm.
New EU regulations on private data collection
Everyone needs a holiday, even yoga teachers! Hatha Yoga classes will be closed from July 1 – 23.
Vinyasa Yoga classes closure will be from July 20th to mid-August, check the website for up to date schedule information.
We are happy to host a workshop at our studio on Yoga and the Alexander Technique! As injury conscious yoga teachers, we find this workshop particularly interesting to deepen our knowledge on how yoga movements can cause injury in different people. This is yet another step to deepen our commitment to providing safe yoga to our students. You are all warmly invited to participate!
What is the Alexander Technique?
This is a technique that studies movement and helps eliminate unnecessary tension in order to move in a more effective way. By using this technique you can identify your unconscious patterns of tension and change these patterns to be more at ease in your body.
Who will run the Workshop?
The workshop will be run by David Moore, author of the books “Yoga and the Alexander Technique: Intelligent Injury-Free Yoga” and an upcoming book “Smart Yoga: Apply the Alexander Technique to Enhance Your Practice, Prevent Injury, and Increase Body Awareness” which is being published in June (here are the reviews). David is the director of the School for F.M Alexander Studies in Melbourne which has been running a three year full time training course for Alexander teachers since 1998. He has been developing and teaching the application of the Alexander Technique to yoga practice for over 30 years and runs workshops and retreats in Australia and internationally.
Who is it for?
This workshop is for every yoga or Alexander technique practitioner who wishes to deepen their knowledge in how to prevent and deal with injury. It will be of particular interest to yoga teachers, Alexander Technique teachers and experienced practitioners in those disciplines.
What is the workshop about?
The workshop will provide an active and practical investigation of
- · Coordination and posture from an Alexander Technique perspective
- · Modifying yoga poses
- · Kinaesthesia
- · Doing and non-doing
- · Directing energy through the body
- · Identifying and overcoming habits
- · Developing an individualized practice
July 2nd 2017 9am to 3pm
English Yoga Berlin, Görlitzer Str 39, Kreuzberg
The workshop is held in the Gemeinschaftsraum (the exKinder Kino, or KiKi). Press the button for ´YOGA´ at the front door, then follow the signs through to the last courtyard, up the stairs and find us on the first floor, by the painted trees.
Book the workshop:
Click here to book the workshop through paypal.
At English Yoga Berlin we offer regular weekly Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga classes. We are committed to using injury conscious approaches as we understand that each body is unique. Our yoga Kreuzberg classes are open for and welcoming to beginners. We also offer Berlin business yoga, pregnancy yoga, and private yoga classes for people struggling with chronic pain.