Hanumanasana Flow (English) Your Spirit Matters - Be the Magic
"The difficulties of life do not keep you from greatness. They show you to its door. " Alan Cohen
YOUR SPIRIT MATTERS - BE THE MAGIC
Making “the big leap” can be a scary thing - this sacred sadhana gently prepares us step by step for it by strengthening our arms, aiding us with finding balance and gently releasing our overambitious strives so that we may sink deeper into the earth in hanumanasana and soar high on our arms in eka pada koundinyasana 2.
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Level: experienced Beginner to Intermediate
Chiaradina’s spiritual journey started when she was 11 years old and her only goal through all trials and tribulations in her teens was to find and be reunited with God. She is a Reiki master and trained in several systems of kinesiology and has extensively studied perennial wisdom and comparative religion.
A golden californian girl in her heart and - at present - a “kiwi” overseas, she currently teaches in Vienna and surroundings and international. Reconnect and stay in the loop by connecting to her through her FACEBOOK PAGES: YOUR SPIRIT MATTERS, PRANA FLOW YOGA AUSTRIA & YIN YOGA AUSTRIA
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Not all exercises are suitable for everyone. Before you begin this program, you should have permission
from your doctor to participate in vigorous exercise. The instructions and advice presented are in no way
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