Repose, Reflect & Renew – with Jeannine Plaiche, B.A, Anusara Yoga Teacher & Therapist To experience inner joy, our body and mind need to be able to rest in present moment awareness. By learning to rest in the moment-to-moment experience of the body, it becomes easier to let go of what no longer serves us and we can make space
New course on Monday’s at 4:30-5:30 pm For a long time I have been asked to offer a second class in the evening or late afternoon. So, now I can happily announce it. I’ll be offering a new course on Monday’s at 4:30-5:30 pm. It will be, as all my classes are, alignment based (Anusara Yoga), that means, that I
Wari Om Yoga Photography This is by far my favorite asana. There is a feeling of power, of self control and while we ask our body to do a whole lot of work to get us here, the internal work, the mind and heart connection is by far the hardest. Astavakrasana (Eight-Angle Pose) is a challenging but exquisitely rewarding posture
Time to time I have to explain what do I teach. Anusara Yoga is still not very well known here in Austria, although it is well known in Germany and the USA. What I teach is a class based in Anusara Yoga plus a few functional movement ideas that I had been learning in the last 6 years,
A few weeks ago, I ruptured my Anterior Cruciate Ligament while skiing. After two weeks I was told by my doctor that I could begin physiotherapy. I was desperate to move again, I was lucky to get an appointment with a very good physiotherapist, but I had to wait a few days until I could finally visit him. So,
We are thrilled! Trimotion had finally open its doors. Our classes are running, our therapists are working, and everything seems to had reach an stable point. We (that is Stefanie and Letizzia) had been working non stop since the moment we thought about the possibility of taking care of this place.