YOGA

What is yoga?

According to my understanding and studies, Yoga is unión.

During our lives, this union between body, mind and spirit has been mostly forgotten, especially when following the Western society and its lifestyle.
Creating balance between these is the key for a good, healthy, and peaceful journey throughout the days of our lifetime.
When we are not in contact with our true self, we create compression, a constriction inside us, and, with time, this can become destructive to our being.
We become sick because most of the time we do not listen to ourselves. We are so busy with our minds and all the unnecessary things we buy or we do for “living”.
We prioritize actions against ourselves – we look for what we do not have instead of enjoining what life has already given us.
We believe that the next moment will be better and bring success, losing then the only fraction of time that exists, where we feel and are alive. The – NOW –

Following the teachings from Himalayan Sadhu and Guru, ancient yoga helps to re-find the center in our lives, to re-connect yourself.
Developing ourself through this ancient knowledge manifests spaciousness, clarity, and expansion within. As our internal space expands and clarifies, so does our external reality which becomes a journey: A beautiful movie to feel, rather than to watch.
Our lives become vibrant because we are living fully present in them, united in body, mind, and spirit.
As the practice of yoga begins opening our bodies, emotions and traumas stored within also release. We heal. We all are self-healer.
Utilizing our breath as an anchor, we’re able then to witness the mind and to maintain steadiness of it.

Yoga is also the union of practices, including:

• Yama & Niyama: Social ethics & Personal behavior
• Shatkarma Kriya: purification of the physical and mental body
• Asana: positions
• Pranayama: breathwork
• Pratyahara: control of the senses

It also includes various stages of meditation.

These practices are at the feet of the tree of yoga.
The deeper the practice is, the easier become to be open, to release, to be in balance, to clarify our path, and be happy in our lives.
Enjoying the gift and LIVE here in the present moment.

What do I teach:

Traditional Kundalini Yoga

Traditional Kundalini Yoga practice involves tantric techniques such as yantra visualization, mantra recitation, kriya breathing, dynamic movements, and mudras (sacred hand gestures), that allow the energy stored in our pelvis, to be released and consciously guided through the 7 energy centers present in our body called Chakra. This conscious flow of energy purifies, energizes, and deepens the connection with yourself, with other beings, and with the environment. Kundalini Yoga elevates and expands your consciousness to a higher level, besides it embodies the participant to a deeper state of presence and awareness of your own energy.

Traditional Himalayan Hatha Yoga

Traditional Himalayan Hatha Yoga is a unique class that includes the use of asana, pranayama, and meditation techniques. The sequence is built based on the energy of the participants, supporting one in deepening their connection with the body and expanding the bliss state through the flow of the breath, the asana movement, and the final stillness with different meditation techniques.

Pyramid Healing Movement Yoga ®

This unique practice has emerged through many years of practice, study, and experience with yoga, meditation, sound healing, and shamanic wisdom. Movement, rhythmic breathwork, and a weaving of ancient techniques from the Himalayas Yogi and Peruvian Shamans, will lead the practitioner to a supported reboot and reset of the body and the mind. Pyramid Healing Movement Yoga aims to guide one to their core essence, the “Self” or atma. Through anchoring our being to the Earth as well as expanding and opening the pathways in the body, we reconnect with Source and our life force begins flowing freely throughout our energetic centers. This practice helps us cultivate our most natural state of being: bliss.

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Based on 30 reviews
Abhijeet Sharma
Abhijeet Sharma
3 February 2023
To learn from this yoga studio was one of the best decisions of my life . The teachers are very helpful. They understand your body and take your progress accordingly
Shakti Tyagi
Shakti Tyagi
3 February 2023
Healing bowls.. perfect yoga teaching.. very pure hearted man.. it's a great combo in one man.. i really love the way of his helping others by his teachings.. i had all this experience by own.. perfect combination
Mahendra gusain
Mahendra gusain
3 February 2023
Marco is very good yoga teacher and I enjoyed his teaching alot 🙂😊😊
Annalisa Franzi
Annalisa Franzi
3 February 2023
Marco è un insegnante preparato e guida la classe con maestria sia in italiano sia in inglese. Lezioni complete adatte a tutt*. Magiche le sue sessioni di sound healing
Moss Turpan
Moss Turpan
3 February 2023
We did sound healing with Marco. He’s a great guy and committed to the practice. The sound bowls he uses are very beautiful, and after the sound healing I felt new, aware and in tune. Like a cosmic power nap! It can also go very deep. 🙏🏼
cheryl koh
cheryl koh
12 March 2021
A very beautiful and open studio. Marco led the classes very well with clear instructions. You will definitely leave each class feeling more relaxed. He ends the lesson with crystal bowls which is a really nice touch.
stefania bianchi
stefania bianchi
8 March 2021
Consiglierei a chiunque di praticare con Marco ... le lezioni sono intense e molto soddisfacenti ... ciò’ che ho apprezzato e’ il lavoro muscolare e respiratorio . Marco e’ molto chiaro ed estremamente preparato , professionalità unita ad empatia , passione ed entusiasmo ,e’ una guida attenta e dedicata ...la location e l’atmosfera sono magiche.

“When you breath in, that means I am in you. When you do not, then you are in me”

Lord Shiva