*** Prior pranayama/yoga experience needed ***
With the use of kriya, bandha, and mantra work we will explore and experience power pranayama on mind and body.
With successive exercises leading up to a 31-minute pranayama based meditation, this workshop is less lecture and more practice-based and it is highly recommend that you have some experience with yoga and pranayama in order to get the most out of the day.
Please note that the workshop is not recommend if you have high blood pressure and/or in the early stages of pregnancy.
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Yogiji is an American yogi and artist. He was introduced to yoga in 1993 and started teaching in 2002. He is certified Hatha Yoga and Kundalini Yoga teacher and a certified personal trainer from National Academy of Sports Medicine.
Featured in YogaWorks’ DVD series, his yoga teaching experience spans from working with children and stay-at-home moms to high profile executives, celebrity clientele and being hired to consult clients internationally. Yogiji continues to appear in films, television, and videos while teaching yoga, facilitating Ahava Yoga Teacher Trainings throughout the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia and continues to consult clients in lifestyle management.
He has been living abroad teaching in the UK, Italy, Spain, Denmark and India until 2018 when Yogiji moved stateside. He has been yoga instructor on ayurveda travels with Grace Tours to India, and occasionally visits us here in Denmark, to share his yoga- and pranayama wisdom.
“My path has been one of syncretism. I allow it all to inform my teaching and my art. My childhood up until college was spent as a musician. I found yoga at the age of 15. I would spend hours after school in my room practicing from an Iyengar Yoga book. The flexibility and body control gained, created the space for me to have a competitive gymnastics career. This combined with a background in pageantry opened the doors to a professional dancing/entertainment career. After a knee injury that would later require surgery, I found myself using yoga as a therapeutic tool. This new approach brought a new depth and dimension to my practice. “Yoga became a tool for regeneration and recovery. The next ‘right’ thing for me to do was share this technology through teaching it.”