Ashtanga Mysore – es geht weiter!
Wir freuen uns sehr, Maia Glickstein seit dem 23. Juni bei uns im Studio zu haben. Die quirlige Argentinierin wird bis September bleiben und euch bei eurer Praxis unterstützen.
Der Kursplan bleibt wie gehabt:
Mo-Do: 06.30-08.30 Uhr Ashtanga Mysore
Fr: 18.00-19.15 Uhr Ashtanga Led Class
So: 08.00-10.00 Uhr Ashtanga Mysore
WORKSHOP – TRANSITIONS & BANDHAS – 6. AUGUST 2022, 14:30 – 16:30 Uhr
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Maia Glikstein (35) Argentinian, classical dancer and Yoga teacher. Trained by Tatiana Fesenko in Russian classical ballet, in 2005 obtains a scholarship in the higher school of dances, in Madrid, Spain.
After a year of studies, she joined Zerohour Company Tango, established in Tokyo, Japan, doing tours in China, Israel, Italy, France and Germany. During her contract in Beijing, China start practicing martial arts and this leads her to be interested in oriental culture.
Start practicing Hatha Yoga and after two trips consecutive to India, decides to settle in New Delhi. Based in the capital of India, she dedicates herself for two years only to delve into the study and self-investigation of hata yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Bhakti yoga and to develop with her Guru Mohan Karki special trainings for WESTERN instructors following a traditional Indian school with ancestral contents and pure philosophy.
Today she is one of the few authorized teachers in Latin America (Mat. 12107/18) 500hrs RYT by Holistic Healthcare foundation society INDIA, for grant through said institution the certification of YOGA ALLIANCE INTERNATIONAL INDIA. (Trainings of 50hrs, 100hrs and 200hrs).
Although she has studied and practiced many styles with different teachers (even traveling to Mumbai, Pune, Goa) her personal practice is traditional ASHTANGA YOGA, Pattabhi Jois´s Lineage.
In India, she had been working for Holistic healthcare Foundation Society – in corporate Yoga, taught in-service classes in the field of Afghan and Tibetan refugees.
Today, teaching courses in Brazil, Argentina, and returning to India constantly, she begins to dictate formations and workshops for all those who want to start a path of practice and expansion of this discipline.