3-week morning challenge: “Move into Silence” with Lena Böhe
Nov 28-Dec 16, 2022
Mo-Fr 08.30–10.00
Studio Sonne (Sonnenallee 67) & ONLINE

Please register here.

This morning-challenge is held Online via Zoom and in Studio Sonne.

You will receive the Zoom-Info to join the morning-challenge together with your booking confirmation via e-mail. Yellow yoga will record the morning-challenge and the recording will be available to watch for 48h for all yogis.

Yoga stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system and balances the autonomic nervous system. Precise movements, consciously executed yoga exercises and breathing techniques can help you to understand your body more deeply, to recognize tensions and to release them.

During these three weeks, you will learn a lot about your nervous system. You will explore a variety of breathing and movement techniques and learn practical exercises to help regulating it. We will explore how to use vinyasa yoga, breath (Pranayama) and meditation (Dhyana) to find stillness and peace in body and mind.

Week 1
– Introduction to the function of the nervous system and vinyasa yoga
– How does stress affect our nervous system?
– How does your nervous system affects our body and mind?
– Morning vinyasa and pranayama practice

Week 2
– Gaining a deeper understanding of breath work and the nervous system
– How can pranayama help us to regulate our nervous system?
– Pranayama exercises for a deeper connection to yourself
– Morning vinyasa and pranayama practice

Week 3
– Further exploration of meditation and breathwork
– How does meditation work and how does it bring silence to our body and mind?
– Vinyasa practice as a moving mediation
– Yoga nidra
– Sharing circle

Lena Böhe went to her first Yoga class 9 or 10 years ago, she couldn’t imagine that it would ever be her passion. Yoga and Lena had a difficult beginning with an on-and-off relationship… and yet, she always found her way back onto the mat. Every time life got busy and crazy, she remembered this practice called Yoga.

In 2018, she started to practice Yoga daily. She had a personal crisis and Yoga gave her peace, self-love, and presence — a safe space. Yoga offered her its hand and took her back to the present moment. It taught her to breathe, to move, and to feel herself again. This was the turning point! The point when she felt the decision “I want to be a Yoga teacher”. She falls deeply in love with this idea and the butterflies were tumbling around in her stomach. So, she listened to her inner voice…