Saturday March 21th, from 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm with Sonia Manfra. Workshop at Yoga Roof Lugano Sud.In Italian.
Here we are at the change of season, spring is coming.
It is time to dedicate ourselves to yoga with a detoxing sequence. Kriya Yoga is a safe and effective way to detox the body from the winter toxins.
A weighting of the digestive functionality takes to an accumulation of toxins and waste. We need to give to our body more lightness and take movement where stagnation is. The Kriya practice works on the transformation energy that is needed for the functioning of metabolism.
Detox and stimulate the liver helps to restore the optimal health of the body and obtain a new vitality. It is not about weight loss but about waste elimination for the wellbeing of the organism.
Price: 50.- chf
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Sonia: my path began in 2003 with the three-year training as a Shiatsu Operator, Masunaga method. There I met the Yoga that immediately fascinated me. I approached various styles until I found Yoga Ratna, the most harmonious method I had the opportunity to know, practice and teach. I had the good fortune to meet Gabriella Cella, a Master of Yoga but above all of life. I graduated from her four-year school for “Yoga Ratna Teachers” progressively identifying my spiritual path with her teachings. Yoga Ratna comes from the more than forty years of experience of Gabriella Cella. It is characterized by a particular attention to the symbolic world, which makes the practice particularly involving, effective and within everyone’s reach. It integrates forms of classical traditional and contemporary yoga making the practice pleasant and deep. Driven by a strong desire to experience life in an ashram, in 2017 I stayed for 6 months at the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore (India), founded by Master Sadhguru, where I received training in Upa Yoga, Angamardana, Surya Kriya, Yogasanas and Bhuta Shuddhi. Through Yoga I got to know and appreciate Ayurveda, ancient and millenary Indian medicine. It fascinates me particularly because it studies in detail and with a holistic vision the wonderful machine called human body. He does it in an individual way respecting the uniqueness of each one. Ayurveda is the mother and sister of Yoga. My curious and interested nature leads me to constantly deepen my training and personal evolution by following the Master’s seminars, going to India for specialization courses and to search at the source the fundamental bases of these two sciences that are my passion. Admiration, passion, dedication and constancy are the basic ingredients that I bring with me to continue to learn and grow along the path of Yoga, Ayurveda, life. I feel very grateful to be able to share and spread these exciting, original disciplines and I thank all my Masters for the trust they have in me. My journey will last a long time, and it is a long way to go… Maa Sundari Ananda Sonia Manfra