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Online 8-Week Hatha Yoga Präventionskurs: ‘Roots of Yoga: Nurture the Essence of Yoga’ with Krishna Kumar Krishnan

Jan 28-Mar 18, 2021
Th 19.00–20.30

120 €

Please register here.

Refreshing your foundations and looking for answers in Yoga. Building strength and confidence to take your practice deeper.

This 8-week course will inspire you to dive deeper into the powerful fundamental elements of Yoga. Yoga means union – the cultivation of a balance between the physical, mental and emotional bodies, and the breath. Practising Patañjali’s 8 limbs of Yoga can help you to integrate this balance, re-adjusting your habitual patterns for more equilibrium, a vibrant body full of vital energy and a clear mind.

Each weekly session will take a look at different yogic themes, accompanied by dynamic kriya, alignment principles, different āsana and prāṇāyāma, meditation and relaxation techniques. The course will also explore important yogic philosophies, as well as relevant findings from modern science. There will be enough time for questions and answers at the end of each session, along with small optional homework tasks to encourage the participants to integrate the practice into their daily life.

This prevention course can be subsidized by all statutory health insurance funds in accordance with §20 SGB V. The statutory health insurance companies reward the participation in our courses and refund – depending on the health insurance – up to 80% of the course fees. Upon receipt of the registration confirmation, the participant first pays the full course fee. At the end of the course, the participant will be refunded the amount by submitting a confirmation of participation to their respective health insurance. Minimum 80% of attendance is required for the eligibility of claiming, that means 7 out of 8 lessons.

Krishna Kumar Krishnan Yogamunīśvaradāsa grew up in a yogic family from South India and is practicing yoga since age of 7 in the Tamil saiva siddhāntic tradition. Through the experience of western lifestyle, he realized the importance of yoga and mindfulness training for a balanced, healthy and sustainable life in a modern world and started exploring the diversity of yogic philosophy as a holistic approach of life. He combines the essence of siddhayoga knowledge from his father with kuṇḍalinīyoga with mindfulness, awareness and meditation techniques. Additionally, he became a registered member of the Berufsverband der Yogalehrenden Deutschland (BDY) and the European Yoga Union (EYU) under the guidance of yogācārya Ananda Leone. Through his involvement in yoga, he has realized that different yoga practices suit different people and began his exploration with acceptance, curiosity and joy. He is known for his sense of humor and dynamic teaching style with the ability to present ancient wisdom of saiva siddhānta in a fresh and accessible manner.