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Yoga is like traveling in the soul through the body.

It has many faces and multiple paths.

I have been teaching yoga of the body since 2000:

Postures (asana), movements (vinyasa) and breathing exercises (pranayama).

Over the years I was exposed to practice methods that came out of India in the 20th century, and I realized that each method is limited to the consciousness of the person who invented it.

Trough Yoga teacher training I took on the task of developing and organizing yoga practices that are open to new knowledge, diverse and adapted to changing populations and times.

I built a school of yoga based on five principles that enable "systematic practice without a method" -  organizing variable classes based on anatomical understanding, love of movement and recognition of the unity between body and mind.

Teaching and emphasizing the art of sequencing.  


The five principles are:

Asana Vinyasa | Variations and degrees of difficulty | 

Preparation and target asana | Compensation |  Numerical order

It's like writing endless poems in the same language,

This way you can practice within the yoga language of the body, every day, a completely different sequence and at the same time stay within the same language -
movement. position. breath. 

For those interested ,Video lessons are open for practice.

In addition, I recommend two books to start the journey in yoga:

Health, Healing and Beyond: Yoga and the Living Tradition of  Krishnamacharya by T.K.V Desikachar and R.H. Cravens

The yoga tradition by Georg Feuerstein, ph.d

Weekly lessons:
Ellayoga in Port TLV. Tuesday 10:30, Friday 8:30

Gordon Pool TLV. Wednesday 5:00 p.m., Friday 11:30 a.m

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