After studying, feeling and practicing FASCIA in connection with movement,
I’ve created my own teaching method — FEEL IN LOVE
Feel in Love
The key elements of this method are: Slowness, Repetition, Change of pace and intensity, and finally… Stillness.
I choose to focus on internal sensations in order to refine them and better connect to oneself, rather than looking for a predefined, uninhabited external shape.
⋗ FEEL, because the purpose is to fall into your own perception of here&now.
⋗ IN LOVE, because once you’ve felt, the aim is to love every single moment of life.
Gentleness and respect for the body are the key elements of a Hatha Yoga class.
Between each asana there is a moment of pause in order to feel and better integrate the sensations, beyond body and mental changes.
In this practice we keep the posture for 9 breaths, an opportunity to improve our concentration, which will allow us to calm the mind to achieve meditation: the ultimate goal of any yoga practice.
Vinyasa is a type of yoga where movement and breathing are strictly connected to achieve balance in body and mind.
Here, static and dynamic postures are fluidly linked. Sequences are free, respecting a logical order. Once in the posture, we keep it from 5 to 9 breaths.
Vinyasa is accessible to everyone. Yes, this rhythmic flow requires good physical condition, but there are adaptations to each posture, with same benefits.
Yin Yoga is a slower, more meditative version of the popular physical and spiritual discipline of yoga.
In Yin yoga, postures are held for a longer time (usually 3-5 minutes or more) to work on the connective tissue (fasciae) rather than focusing on muscles.
As a result, asanas are more passive takes, with very less muscular engagement.
BENEFITS OF YOGA
Yoga practice offers physical and mental health benefits for people of all ages.
IMPROVES STRENGTH, BALANCE AND FLEXIBILITY
IMPROVES HEART HEALTH
IMPROVES QUALITY OF LIFE
PROMOTE SLEEP QUALITY
Numerous studies show yoga’s benefits in arthritis, osteopenia,
balance issues, oncology, women’s health, chronic pain and many others.
Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin classes are designed like this:
Sun Salutations (Surya Namaskara)
Postures (Asanas) with increasing intensity & variations
A juicy relaxation (Savasana)
Breathing exercises (Pranayama)
Classes duration : 60 mn | 75 mn | 90 mn
I teach in English, French and Italian