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DROP IN CLASS 1,900LKR

5 X CLASS PASS 7,600LKR

10 X CLASS PASS 13,000LKR

 

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Armbalance

Saturday 15th December

1pm-3pm / 3500LKR

Hop through your Vinyasa

sunday 16th december  

11.30aM- 1.30PM 3500LKR

therapeutic flying

Sunday 16th December

3-5.30pm / 4000LKR

YIN & Flow Weekend

FRiday 21th 8PM & 22ND 2.30PM DECEMBEr

3500LKR

GONG BATH

sunday 16th December &23RD DECEMBEr

6-7.30pm / 2000LKR/1000LKR for kids

DANCE & MOVEMENT

FRIDAY´s 28th Dec, 4th Jan, 11th Jan 2019

6-7.30pm / 1000LKR

Yin YOGA NIDRA

sunday 30th December

11.30-1.30pm / 3500LKR

 

VEDIC CHANTING

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CURRENT TEACHERs

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Eva Priyanka Wegener

Born in Sri Lanka, raised in Germany, Eva studied political science, sociology, contemporary dance / performance art and yoga in both Europe and Asia. Meditation and yoga became part of her life since her first journey to Sri Lanka and her first encounter with Meditation at Nilambe Meditation Centre. About 15 years later she created Sri Yoga Shala, a holistic outdoor retreat space set in midst the Sri Lankan jungle, close to the shores of the Indian Ocean. Sri Yoga Shala is a space for yoga, arts and bodywork: a platform that aims to create spaciousness and spontaneous community.

Eva teaches a slow flowing Hatha Vinyasa style. She draws inspiration from several yogic techniques and lineages. Dance, performance, movement, therapy and yoga unite in a meditative class which aims to sow a seed for the pursuit of living a life in alignment.

Her first formal Vinyasa Teacher training was in 2007 at the Yoga Shala Berlin in Germany and her 500hrs YA certification with Louisa Sear / Yoga Arts Australia in 2013. She also studied at the KYM (Krishnamarchaya Institute), Iyengar Yoga with senior teacher Nanda Kumar while also studying Vedanta at the Swami Dayananda Ashram in Rishikesh, Ashtanga with Sachidananda in Mysore, with David Swenson (cert. Advanced Course), Ana Forrest (cert. Advanced course), Shiva Rea (Lunar Arts), Sianna Sherman, Sally Kempton, Andrej Lappa, Clive Sheridan and others.....

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Jules Terri Heart

After many years of training and practicing, with Patricia Thielemann in Berlin, Lara Baumann in London, Srimathy and Ravi in India, I now practice Ashtanga but mostly teach a strong vinyasa or power yoga style as well as restorative slow flow classes.

I learned about Vedic Chanting after I studied with R. Sriram in Germany, which led me to Chennai in South India where I studied for two years at the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram with Menaka and T.K.V. Desikachar. I continued to spend time in India, teaching at the 106.1 Yoga Studio.

In my relentless fight for acknowledgement as an independent film producer, yoga is what gives me peace, stability and solace. At times of desparation, I have asked the vedas instead of google and studied the Upanishads.

Between 2008 and 2011, I ran my own Yoga School in Devon, UK “The Western Yoga School”.

During my travels to India (Chennai), I worked voluntarily at a school for orphans (Bala Mandir Trust), and taught daily classes at Studio 136.1 and weekly classes at The Park Hotel.

Formal Trainings:

Spirit Yoga Berlin (Patricia Thielemann): 500hrs TT

Quantum Yoga (Lara Baumann): 500hrs TT

Ashtanga Vinyasa Chennai (Srimaty & Ravi): 500 hrs TT

Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram (TKV Desikachar & Menaka): Vedic Chant TT

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Emma Szabo

My journey has been evolving since my early childhood. I have been dancing, teaching and performing oriental dances for 15 years. As I have developed my body awareness from different dances, contact improvisation, integral thai chi and other flow movement therapies, I slowly shifted to my yoga journey. First, I was connecting from the perspective of asanas, then I made an approach from ancient texts and philosophies during my university studies.

I have realized that the only person I can anchor in is myself. Yoga and meditation are a never ending self-discovery and an every day transformation. All of life is a constant spontaneous process, moments weaving new moments. We are co-creators in this never-ending work of art. Every time we invest our energy, we create a ripple that affects the whole consciousness.

Yoga is a way to find the connection to and stay in touch with your truest self and move the high vibe of unconditional love through each and every cell in your body. Yoga heals you and connects you to pure joy. It is meant for everybody and once you have started, you will feel the impact of yoga in your life.