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What is Yoga?

Yoga is a complete science of life that originated in India many thousand years ago. It is the oldest system of personal development in the world, encompassing body, mind and spirit. The ancient yogis perceived the physical body as a vehicle, with the mind as driver, the soul as the man’s true identity and action, emotion and intelligence as the three forces which pull the body – vehicle. In order to achieve the goal of stilling the mind these three factors must be in balance. For maintaining this balance, the ancient yogis formulated a unique method – a method that combines all the movements you need for physical health with the breathing and meditation techniques that ensure peace of mind.


Yoga is actually a state of mind. As you open your body and mind with yoga postures and breathing, you become receptive to the delightful and profound experience of inner stillness. While the human mind tends to drift off into thoughts of the past or future, the human body exists only in the present moment. Coming back to your body draws your mind back to the present. Then, worries drop away and there no more “should” or “must”. Each time you came to the present moment, you drop a certain amount of baggage. You may pick it up again shortly after, but the point is that you have practiced letting it go. Eventually you will be able to reduce the stress often and for longer periods of time. One of the reasons yoga has grown dramatically in popularity is that it helps you feel harmonious, integrated and complete. In this respect, yoga is like life training. Its practice is a fabulous tool for transformation.

About me

I’m Agnieszka Kosinska, I’m physiotherapist and I hold Yoga Teaching certificate from Sivananda Vedanta Centre in Austria The first thing people say to me when they discover I teach yoga is “I’m not flexible enough for yoga”. I often tell them, “that’s why most of the people do it! “. Don’t let the stiff body be an excuse never start yoga. You should just start practicing from wherever you are right now. Don’t judge your practice by how far you can or can’t stretch. Just start the journey. Anyone can practise yoga. You don’t need special equipment or clothes – just a small amount of space and a strong desire for a healthier life.

As a physiotherapist I understand and see many beneficial effects of yoga on the body. The yoga postures or asanas, exercises every part of the body, stretching and toning the muscles and joints, the spine and the entire musculoskeletal system. And they work not only on the body’s frame but on the internal organs, glands and nerves as well, keeping all systems in radiant health. The most obvious benefit from my perspective is that yoga postures bring ease to aging and relief for tension or backache. Engaging in regular yoga classes will improve your mobility and the same ability to do everyday activities. Yoga has powerful effects on both the body and the mind. In Beginners classes I want to show you that yoga is just as much for you as it is for everyone else. In my classes, I will break down yoga postures so that they feel safe and accessible. I will explain how to use yoga props, yoga breathing, and some basic yoga philosophy and concepts.


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Class Levels Description

How far are you on your yoga journey? Use this guide to see which class level is right for you.


Beginners (6 classes)
Beginners classes are designed for those who have had no previous exposure to yoga, but are eager to learn and start experiencing the amazing benefits of a yoga practice.
You will gradually be introduced to the basic postures for developing strength and flexibility, breathing exercises for increasing your energy and focus and relaxation techniques for body, mind and spirit.

Improvers (6 classes)
Improvers classes are designed for those who have had some exposure to yoga, including an introduction to basic yoga poses and proper alignment.
This course focusses on further practice of the basic postures and simple variations so the students will explore their practice and begin to become more familiar with poses and use of the breath.

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