Christina has been practicing Yoga on
and off since she was 23. Today at almost
45, she’s opening Yoga Garden Brno,
which she hopes will embrace all the
people whom want to build community!
Be consciously active beings!
The practice of Yoga has the potential to open us to realize
that nothing is absolute. We can choose to make change, to
unlearn, to investigate, and to stand in solidarity with beings
that are actively striving for freedom. This practice is so
humbling, and generous, it truly can give us keys to open up
to our illusions, to become kinder compassionate beings on
Yoga used to be only a physical activity
for me. Now I understand it as a complex
philosophy, not only for the body but also
for everyday life. Yoga started speaking
to me and suddenly my principles had
something to fall back on. Yoga brings us
back to the basics, our breath.
It´s funny, how we forget about this automatic activity, yet I
know that thanks to it both our body and mind are happy. In
my practice I focus on breath and its coordination with body
positions. I like learning new stuff and I´m happy when I can
share it with the others.
I’m practicing yoga for quite some time
and I have to say Iam still learning.
Thanks to my experience I know that
yoga is not just about practicing certain
positions. For me it’s much more, it’s a
tool, that helps me with connecting my
mind and breath with my body in one certain moment.
When that happens, its like a little miracle growing inside of
ourselfs. And that is exactly how I want to teach yoga, with
such manner that every single student is able to acquire conscious practice as is physical movement in correlation with
breath, calm mind and body without serious effort or unnecesarry pain.
Hi, my name is Klára and my yoga journey
began around 12 years ago. I practiced
mainly power yoga as a compensation to
unilateral loading in sport activities. To
widen my horizons I also started practicing another forms of yoga.
My focus shifted to hatha yoga and vinyasa yoga. My relation to yoga has changed over the years and now it offers me
more than just a compensation. Professionally, I am interested in physiotherapy and I am trying to apply gained knowledge into everyday life
I would like to create a safe space for you. A space where you
can practice yoga consciously, with love and respect.
I started to practise yoga as a part of
my compensation exercises which helped me to relax before and after modern
fencing tournaments. However, one must
be highly competitive in fencing, and I
started to shift my time more and more
towards yoga instead of fencing.
From the beginning, I liked concentration on the present time
and breath the most. Both help us to get away from everyday
troubles and at the same time give us the power to face them
when the right time comes. I focus on the awareness of our
breath and our minds also in my classes.
I have started yoga 6 years ago. In the
beginning it was just a physical exercise
for me, but later on I realized it is much
more. Yoga is not happening only on our
mat, but it is a part of our life. Yoga teaches us love and respect towards others
and especially ourselves.
After an intensive course in India I fell in love with Vinyasa
yoga that I teach since 2019. During my lessons I focus on
fluent and playfull movement in connection to breath. My aim
is to give people an opportunity to slow down a bit and enjoy
the present moment throughout the practise.
My first encounter with yoga was in 2007
and it has been in my life ever since. In
my own practice, I tried different kinds
of yoga from the gentle ones to the more
dynamic styles and I have been a yoga
teacher since 2018.
In my classes, I focus on breath, movement, and adjusting the
class to every level of practice. For me, yoga is a great way
to increase flexibility and strength not only of the body but
more importantly, the mind - on and off the mat.
Nikol has more than 12 years of personal
practice and 10 years as a lecturer. Her
teaching is based on experience gained
from travelling the world, mostly Asia,
working at a retreat centre in Sicily, as
well as running her own studio, which
has taken her further in understanding what is important to
Her greatest influence was Petri Raisanen, from whom she learned the basics of energy healing while helping into positions. Her teachers include Sadhguru, Laruga Glasser, Dany Sá,
Katerina Rojková, Ladislav Pokorný and every student she has
met, not just on the mat.
In her own words: "We are all different, but our existence
takes our breath away, connects us to ourselves. Through it
we find an inner space that influences the way we engage
the center of the body and helps us understand the basic
principles of physical being and self-healing. Tristana, the
union of movement, sight and breath, contributes to a conscious state on all possible levels. Being in here and now is
essential for understanding and grasping life itself."
I see yoga as a great tool that can help us harmonize the whole body not only physically but also mentally. My own practice is constantly changing and evolving over the years. In recent years, I have devoted a lot of time to pranayama and meditation, and while practicing asanas, I try to draw attention to the body and to the movement itself, to which I lead others in my classes too. I enjoy discovering the possibilities that our body offers us and playing with the connection between breath and movement, when we can immerse ourselves deeper during practice.
I study physiotherapy and my free time is filled with yoga. When my first lesson comes to mind, I just remember the beautiful feeling I left the studio with. After that it was not just a fitter body that yoga gave me. I also began to feel its contribution to my psyche and the daily decisions I make in life. Yoga for me has become a kind guide on the path of life (which is not always so kind).
I decided to teach yoga because I want to spread movement and good moods among people. I believe that yoga has the ability to put a smile on everyone's face and can help to makes you feel like you have rose-coloured glasses on. Can't wait to see you in my class!