Yoga with Georgina is a yoga experience that will awaken and engage your senses, by incorporating music and sounds that are specific to each lesson. Each class is designed to help you practice mindfulness and self awareness, while at the same time relieving stress, tensions and worries. Great focus is placed on strengthening your body and mind, and realising how both are intertwined during the practice of yoga. Yoga with Georgina is also one of the first in Switzerland to incorporate CBD into her Yin yoga sessions, which take place every Friday. Adding CBD to your yoga practice will add extra benefits, such as relaxing your body and muscles, allowing you to go even deeper.
Yogagarage , 8001 Zürich
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About the Team
I am from Zurich, and offer all of my classes to Swiss-German, German and English speakers. I am a Yoga Alliance certified teacher in Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Yin Yoga. I started practicing yoga during my studies seven years ago. Yoga felt so natural to me and my body. It didn’t feel like something new or strange. Yoga gave me a place of home again. Like my body, soul and mind found a place; an alignment within, where I found my truth and center. To me, yoga is first and foremost a spiritual and meditative practice. Asanas (poses) in yoga are used to calm the mind. The body is merely a tool used to train, and essentially reach deeper meditative states. Nonetheless, I want to help each one of my clients to connect deeper to their bodies and unlock its true potential. In yogic tradition, controlling the body starts by controlling the mind, by being aware of your thoughts and the vital role that they play. My goal is to make you feel comfortable and appreciative of your body, so that you may feel and realise a positive change in not only your physical appeaprance, but your entire physical and mental well-being as a whole.
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