La Sala del Árbol, Calle Juan Rabadán 37, first floor, 1A, 41002 Seville
Open Class (all levels): Wed, 8pm to 9:30pm
Maria Luisa Park
Saturdays, 12pm to 1:30 pm. Afterwards we often go for a coffee and once a month we do a picnic together.
I teach in English and Spanish, sometimes even with some German
4 classes (valid one month) 35 euros
12 classes (valid three months) 90 euros
8 classes (valid six weeks) 52 euros
single class 10 euros
All events always also on fb https://www.facebook.com/yogainseville/
Private Classes (also available combined with Reiki or Sound Therapy)
60 min - 45 euros
75 min - 50 euros
90 min - 55 euros
Two or three students
60 min - 50 euros
75 min - 55 euros
90 min - 65 euros
Yoga can be a highly beneficial practice for body, mind and heart if practiced correctly. Therefore I pay lots of attention to adjustments and correct alignment and take into consideration that every body is different and needs individual corrections to practice yoga in a safe and beneficial way.
The classes are a mix of energetic postures, stretching, meditation, pranayama (breathing exercises) and relaxation. For many poses I will offer different variations to suit them to different physical abilities. My classes blend mindfulness with physical movement.
I am inviting you to getting to know your body better, being gentle, kind and patient with yourself, but also to challenge and question your believed limitations. I will encourage you to leave your comfort zone and explore new possibilities.
I have been practicing yoga since 2003 and tried and studied many of its different styles like Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative, Anusara, Hot Yoga, Vinyasa Flow and Acroyoga. Over the years I found out that, even though all these types are great and have their specific benefits, I don’t like to stick to only one of them but rather prefer to combine ideas and experiment a bit. Life is fluid and ever changing and so are the needs of my body. In spring I might have lots of energy and love doing a high energy active yoga practice, but in winter a mellow and soothing yin practice might be exactly what I need. Also as we physically go through constant changes certain yoga styles might not always be possible. For me yoga is not a competition on how flexible and acrobatic one can be, but rather a way of life and an opportunity to live a more balanced, happy and healthy life. Therefore I prefer my classes to be as inclusive as possible – suitable for all ages, different physical abilities, people who have never done yoga before and also experienced yogis.
My profile on Yoga U, Online Yoga Education: https://www.yogauonline.com/therapists/claudia-wiens