This 20 minute class in the form of creative Namaskar/ Salutation with lunges and twists to mobilise strengthen and open the spine and shoulders in preparation for Dhanurasana, the bow pose. Alessandra then closes the sequence with twists and relaxation.
Alessandra Pecorella SYT, Course Director and Founder of Aditya Yoga School, is a yogini of 26 years that has studied from an early age in many traditions such as: Bhakty, Surya, Ashtanga, Prana Flow, Kriya, Raja, Tantra and Ayurveda. She has been a direct student of Swami Kriyananda (disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda), Patthabi Jois (the founder of Ashtanga Yoga) and a very dedicated student of Shiva Rea (creator of Prana Flow Yoga) for 12 years. She is a Senior Yoga Teacher (SYT) with Yoga Alliance UK. Alessandra teaches Vinyasa Flow Yoga in London and internationally, merging traditional and modern Yoga. She merges the contemporary practice of Asanas with deep rhythmic breathing, free movement, movement meditations and kriyas. Alessandra weaves her teaching with traditional aspects as chanting, philosophy, different techniques of pranayam, visualisation and meditation that she has learnt from direct transmission from her numerous teachers. She has published a meditation CD on the Chakras, Breath and Sound ”Shabda“ that is featured on ITunes and based on the Kriya and Tantra techniques, with the music of Ann Malone. Alessandra is an electronic engineer with a major in the human electromagnetic field. She has done studies in Nutrition and has been living according to the principles of Yoga and Ayurveda for nearly three decades.
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Style: Vinyasa flow
Duration: 23 min