Naomi has been into dance and movement since childhood and entered the world of yoga in 2005. At that time, she worked for Physicians for Human Rights and was involved in a range of political struggles, mainly with prisoners and refugees’ rights in Israel.
Naomi had completed her first 200H yoga teacher training in the vinyasa yoga school in Rishikesh (India) and the second 300H course in Om yoga by Cyndi Lee in Berlin.
ashtanga – en
The ashtanga class is based on the classical ashtanga sequence but combined with the vinyasa methods of approaching and understanding the body in practice. Learning from the body about the knowledge it already carries and working mindfully towards developing our physical and intellectual abilities.
vinyasa – en
Vinyasa is an attentional practice in which we move towards experiencing our body, breath and mind as they change shapes through space and time. The classes are dynamic, usually focusing on one aspect of yogasana and include a short meditation and breathing practice.
restorative, yin and meditation – en
The yin practice is a simple, slow and quite practice that enables us to go deeper into every asana and into the more meditative aspects of yoga. When asanas are held for a longer period of time we can learn the true meaning of creating space in our body as well as in our mind and practice to simply let go and observe this process. In the first part of the class we practice meditation and yin yoga and we end the class with a couple of restorative poses for a full rest and relaxation.
yin yoga – en
mo 11.45 – 13.00/ en/ yin yoga/ all levels/ Gelber Raum
mo 17.30 – 19.00/ en/ashtanga/ all levels/ Studio Sonne
tu 7.00 – 8.25/ en/ ashtanga/ all levels/ Studio Sonne
tu 13.45 – 15.00/ en/ vinyasa/ level A+/ Studio Sonne
fr 19.30 – 21.00/ en/ vinyasa/ level A+/ Studio Sonne
su 16.30 – 18.00/ en/ vinyasa/ level B/ Gelber Raum
su 18.30 – 20.00/ en/ restorative, yin & meditation/ all levels/ Gelber Raum