Limbs of Yoga


In the past years I have developed several programs and projects focused on awakening one's potential and reconnecting with one's authentic power. If I was already convinced that the practice of asana-yoga works wonders in improving health, the events of the past couple of years, with all the different challenges, have allowed space and time to explore the holistic practices. There are many layers of practice beyond the physical aspect for increased awareness and deep healing able to bring anyone back to their center, to inner peace, and the essence of one's Being.

Sattva yoga is the practice of the whole science of yoga, including the practice of asanas (physical postures), pranayama (breathwork), meditation, kriyas (that are evolutionary actions that lead to the release of bio-memory, allowing deep healing at a cellular level), mantra (chanting), mudras (energy seals) and bhandas (energy muscular locks).


Yoga is the art of self-dominion and cessation of movement in the consciousness. Through self-knowledge and self-mastery, it increases both body and mind awareness. The practice of yoga enables us to move the awareness within and help us to raise our state of consciousness through self-observation.

Yoga is ultimately a state of being, an experience of being and a way of life. In Sanskrit, the word yoga means union and a life of yoga is a life of unity resulting in a natural state of bliss and freedom.

Hatha Yoga

In this type of yoga, the body is moved slowly and consciously into different asanas, physical postures, that challenge strength, balance and flexibility, while at the same time focusing on relaxation and mindfulness.

Hatha yoga places special emphasis on controlled breathing, alignment and posture.

Vinyasa Yoga

Vinyasa is characterized by the coordination of conscious movement of the body with the breath, particularly Ujjayi breath. It's a dynamic and energizing practice that heats up the body by engaging in a vigorous activity and clears the mind by getting lost in the flowy movement.

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