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Teacher - Konstantin Miachin

Posted by Yoga Festival on 02.2012 About Teachers & Classes   2 comments   0 trackback
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Konstantin Miachin

Konstantin is an international yoga teacher and founder of Vikasa Yoga studio based in Koh Samui, Thailand. He has been passionately learning, practicing, and teaching Yoga for over six years, and his passion has lead him to search out his own personal development throughout the world. This quest has brought him into contact with many different schools and masters all over the world, in places such as Rishi-kesh, Uttar Kashi, Gangotri, Kerala, Goa, Canada, Thailand, Hong Kong and Ukraine to name a few. He has completed teacher trainings in three different disciplines, including Ashtanga Vinyasa, Yoga 23 (by master Andrei Siderski) and Sivananda. Such an overwhelming wealth of knowledge has led to a deeper understanding of yoga practice as an ever evolving process – rather than a finalized system, as a tool for evolution of a human being – rather than a goal in itself. Hence, the concept of “Evolution of Yoga” was born. The concept of “evolution of yoga” is based on the notion that everything in the world evolves constantly, including human beings. Our primary goal as a human race and that of any living organism is evolution, and yoga can be seen as a tool to facilitate such evolution in any given individual. However, as the practice of yoga itself changes with time and place, as new techniques are being introduced, the approach is becoming more technical, precise and scientific, any definition of it as a system or style seems to be a limitation in itself. Therefore, the “Evolution of Yoga” approach has to be seen as an ever-evolving process, based on classical hatha yoga techniques, which anyone can be a part of, rather than a complete static system.

Kosta's Class
• Core & Strength (advance)
• Bending & Twisting (Intermediate)
• Arm Balance (advance)

Evolution of Core & Strength
- Vikasa core sun salutations
- The most effective conditioning techniques to strengthen your joints
- How to and develop strength in your hips, shoulders, knees, wrists and back.
- How to build up your breathing during asana practice

Evolution of Bending & Twisting
- Vikasa core sun salutations, variations
- Effective and safe back-bending techniques
- Alignment fundamentals
- Back bend / forward bend compensations
- Principles of twisting

Evolution of Arm balance and Inversions
- Vikasa core sun salutations, variations
- How to approach arm balances safely and progress effectively
- How to progress in inversions, from beginner to advanced
- A different set of effective techniques focused on strengthening and stretching

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