ASHTANGA VINYSA

PRIMARY SERIES WITH CLAIRE BERGHORST

 

CLAIRE BERGHORST

Claire Berghorst has been teaching yoga on a full-time basis since 2008, and has completed several teacher trainings both locally and internationally. Always a student first, she continues to practice and study with her teachers on a regular basis, allowing her experiences and learnings on the mat to feedback into her teachings; openly sharing her own stumblings and learnings along the way. She has completed the Ashtanga 3rd series with John Scott, a challenging practice that balances strength and grace in equal measure.

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (known also as 'Ashtanga Yoga') is a dynamic form of Hatha Yoga originally taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India.

 

Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is characterised by its focus on vinyasa (synchronised breath and movement), that creates a constant flow between the more static, traditional yoga postures. It is a dynamic system that emphasises the connection between breath and movement through a series of postures specifically designed to balance strength and flexibility, whilst simultaneously focusing and calming the mind.

 

In the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method, asanas (postures) are performed in a specific order, which has the effect of ‘unlocking’ the body in an intelligent and scientific way, each pose preparing the body for ones to come. Each

 

Friday morning at 10am, Claire Berghorst teaches the Primary Series (known as ‘yoga chikitsa’, which means yoga therapy). The 75 minute class is available to all ability levels.

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Akram Hot Yoga 2018, Stretched into position by Dan James