Ashtanga Yoga Plus

Dr. med. Matthias Schmidt

Since 2010

Ashtanga Yoga in Königstein and online

Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic and powerful form of Hatha Yoga. Postures (in Sanskrit: Āsana), which are precisely coordinated with the breathing, are linked to one another in a defined sequence in a flowlike fashion.  Well-being and physical performance quickly improve.

Private classes either on-site or online in addition to Mysore classes on-site are best suited as a starting point for beginners, practitioners from other yoga styles or after a longer break from yoga.

You can download the current Mysore programme here. Prices can be found here.

Under the heading of Plus, I also offer

other elements of yoga (programme here), specifically:

as well as on-site and online assistance in coping with challenges in the personal and the professional arena, using:

Ashtanga Yoga

Plus

Ashtanga Yoga

Pranayama

 

Yoga philosophy, chanting and Sanskrit

 

Meditation

 

Family- and
systemic constellations

only in an individual setting

Coaching and
energy work

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga

Plus

Yoga philosophy, chanting and Sanskrit

Pranayama

Meditation

Family- and
systemic constellations

only in an individual setting

Coaching and
energy work

Workshops

Kanda Meditation - an introduction (in English)

For more vitality and clarity

 

     July 17, 4.30 – 5.30 p.m.

 

 

 

Cost: 15 €  (15 US$)

 online

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My latest videos (currently only in German)

Led class

Primary series

1st Sun Salutation

Example for teaching style in Mysore class

Microcosmic loop

Extracts from my blog

Breath – The new science of a lost art (James Nestor)

Breath – The new science of a lost art (James Nestor)

The fact how little attention people pay to how they breathe in their daily lives repeatedly surprises me. So, it was a surprise in the other direction when a book with the title “Breath“ made it onto the bestseller lists of the Sunday Times, the...

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We must be the change
that we would like to see in the world.

Mahatma Ghandi (1869 – 1948)