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Patiently trust your heaviness

 

“Deep down, I don’t believe it takes any special talent for a person to lift himself off the ground and hover in the air. We all have it in us—every man, woman, and child—and with enough hard work and concentration, every human being is capable of…the feat….You must learn to stop being yourself. That’s where it begins, and everything else follows from that. You must let yourself evaporate. Let your muscles go limp, breathe until you feel your soul pouring out of you, and then shut your eyes. That’s how it’s done. The emptiness inside your body grows lighter than the air around you. Little by little, you begin to weigh less than nothing. You shut your eyes; you spread your arms; you let yourself evaporate. And then, little by little, you lift yourself off the ground. Like so.” 
― Paul Auster, Mr. Vertigo

Gravity takes hold of even the strongest thing and pulls it down toward the core of the world. Each thing held in place, is connected to the surface. Patiently trusting your heaviness, surrender to the intelligence in your foundations and invert that pulling force, all the way through your arms and towards your flight.

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I look forward to seeing you O'yogis, we will explore arm balances with intelligence!  

 

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Bring it on 2016!

Hello 2016, hello O'yogis!
Missing you already because there won't be yoga classes over the next two weeks. However here is the perfect excuse: I'll be in Singapore hitting hard the mat with my teacher Patrick Creelman for an advanced teacher training. Taking things to a next level, yesss! I look forward to seeing you on our next classes and sharing the experience with you:

☆ On Friday the 22nd of January @ the Yoga Tribe 18:30 - 20:00
☆ On Sunday the 24th, I'll be joining WE ARE YOGA as guest teacher @ Hotel Greulich 10:30 - 11:45

Until then, take care!

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hellO!

O is new in town and wants to say hello! Just come along with some comfy clothes and lot of energy, for 90 minutes of meditation in motion. Your first class with O is free. Please register here or via o.yoga.ch@gmail.com. All levels welcome!


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