2015, Fri, Jul 172015, Fri, Aug 07

Yoga

Please bring your yoga mat.

Fri, Jul 17, Vinyasa Yoga in English with Maya Soskolne
Maya Soskolne has been practicing yoga since 1999 and teaching for almost ten years, after being certified by the Israeli Yoga Teachers’ Association. In 2012 she was drawn to Berlin where she passes on Vinyasa yoga in a variety of studios and single courses. Vinyasa takes the body from one position to the next in a continuous flow of movement, always with great attention to the breath and good posture.

Fri, Jul 24, Yin Yang Yoga in German with Saman Sarmadi
28-year-old Saman Sarmadi has practiced martial arts like karate, taekwondo, judo and kickboxing since he was eight. Influenced by their different philosophies, he developed his own style of yoga, called Yin Yang Yoga. Meditation, agility and stasis (yin) contrast with strength, dynamics and heat (yang) and compliment one another just as yin and yang together make a whole. Sarmadi teaches at gyms, as a personal trainer and at his dojo in the Berlin neighborhood of Wedding.

Fri, Jul 31, Hatha Yoga with Detlev Alexander in German and English
Detlev Alexander practices Hatha yoga and the Shambhala tradition of Tibetan Buddhism. He completed his yoga teacher training with the credentials of the Yoga Alliance at the OM Yoga Center in New York in 2005. He teaches at a number of Berlin yoga schools and for the Sasha Waltz & Guests dance company. He worked as a dancer, for example with the Düsseldorfer Oper and on Broadway in New York City, for twenty years, has choreographed his owned pieces and was a classical ballet teacher.

Fri, Aug 7, OM Yoga in German with Mona Seyferth
Mona Seyferth has been a yoga teacher since 2010 and has many years of experience in modern jazz and in Brazilian percussion. She teaches open yoga classes for companies and offers workshops and retreats in Germany and abroad. She was trained at OM Yoga in New York. OM Yoga is a dynamic, strengthening style of yoga combined with Buddhist mindfulness meditation. Supported by the breath, it pays special attention to flowing movements and precise alignment of the body.