The Wheel of Yoga
Cristina Libanori is an Iyengar yoga teacher graduated at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Amsterdam.
She has been combining the Iyengar Yoga practice and Ayurveda treatments to gain stability and balance in body & mind.
Iyengar Yoga is accessible to anyone to increase suppleness, strength and stamina in the body and mind. It improves posture and concentration and quietens the mind promoting well-being.
Iyengar Yoga technique emphasizes precision and alignment. Yoga Postures are held for longer than in some other methods, allowing tight muscles to lengthen and relax, and helping to focus awareness. Beginners start with standing yoga poses and are gradually introduced to a fuller range of sitting and reclining yoga postures, forward extensions, inversions, twists, backbends and arm balances.
Practicing the yoga postures with awareness has an integrating effect and works to harmonize mind and body.
Marma therapy is the original point system of healing in the body. There are 107 marma points in the entire human body, from the top of your head to the soles of your feet, and three “mahamarmas” that are located in the head, heart and pelvis area. Mahamarmas are the main energy centers processing thoughts, feelings and deeper emotions.
Abhyanga massage is excellent for overall health and wellbeing, helps to reduce anxiety and calm the nerves, improves and deepens sleep, helps increase circulation, improves mental alertness, nourishes the skin and tissues, and allows toxins to be released from the body. A healthy oil used in the massage lubricates the joints, tones skin, and makes it really soft and nourished. Abhyaṅga is the anointing of the body with oil. Often medicated and usually warm, the oil is massaged into the entire body before bathing. It can be beneficial for maintaining health and used as a medicine for certain disorders.
The Wheel of Yoga, Campground Duinoord
9163 PB, Nes