Silvia first experienced the transformative power of Yoga at the age of 18 and has been a physiotherapist and certified Tantra and Ashtanga Yoga teacher since 1997.
Inspired by different teachers, cultures, but most of all, the intelligence of nature, she has developed a fusion of styles that is intuitive, spontaneous, well-aligned, heart-felt and inspired.
Her aim is to awaken and free each person's awareness in a fun and dynamic way. Silvia’s classes are grounded in therapeutic movement and will always challenge you to explore your full potential. Her style is uplifting and creative, inviting us into a flowing celebration of our bodies and an inner journey towards healing and empowerment.
A dynamic Vinyasa Flow Yoga session is a strong and free flowing physical practice in which you develop concentration, stimulate self enquiry and enhance intuition.
By flowing from one posture to another in a moving meditation you blend rhythmic breathing, mental focus and energy activation. The produced heat allows the joints and muscles to systematically open, to release blocked energies and to transform old patterns.
Be prepared to heat up as this class will promote wellness and strength on all levels – mental, physical and spiritual. The mind can experience increased clarity and heightened perception. Bliss producing restorative poses let you relax consciously and recharge your energy reserves.
The classes are fun, creative and comfortably challenging. In a relaxed and playful atmosphere we tune into the voice and spaciousness within and learn to follow the rhythm of the body, mind and breath, going with it rather than against.
The practice is built on the philosophy of universal interconnectedness and the belief that we can help make the world a happier, healthier and kinder place to live by cultivating the best within ourselves. You will leave the class feeling balanced, refreshed and renewed!
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The consciousness in you and the consciousness in me, apparently two, really one, seek unity and that is love. Sri Nisargadatta