As I was thinking...

Moving my body in space saved me from my tendency to overthink and let thoughts fester in my mind. First as a professional dancer and later as yoga practicioner and yoga teacher. To me moving the body is about moving energy that got stuck and needs to be released. It's about exploring the strength and resilience of the body, which is so much stronger than we assume. Having to live through difficulties physically, prepares us to move through the difficulties of life, exploring the depths of our mind and vision.

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YOGA MOVEMENT: New class on Thursdays at 6:30 - 8:00 pm

As we grow up and older, we stop moving in a certain, natural way. Doing ALL kind of movement helps the body, the muscles, the joints and tendons to stay healthy. This class is for everybody who likes to move and explore the range of motion. Olive has danced professionally for years and wants to merge her knowledge of dance, yoga and choreography, in a playful class. It's a great way to open up to new ways to move.

Regular Class: YL 90 Min.| Extern CHF 40.00

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Yogalives Teacher Training 200 Hours: September 2018 - April 2019

Die Yogalehrer/Innen Ausbildung bei Yogalives, ist eine vollumfängliche und intensive Ausbildung. Sie wurde kreiert für Yogaübende, welche ihre Asana Praxis und ihr Wissen über Yoga, vertiefen und verinnerlichen wollen. In unserer Ausbildung wird auch erlernt, wie man Yoga unterrichtet und die Klassen für verschiedene Stufen, Befindlichkeiten, Jahres und Tageszeiten anpasst. Yogalives ist als Yogaschule zertifiziert, wie auch unsere Ausbildungen 200 & 300 Hours. Gerne kannst du dich für die Yogalives Ausbildung 200 Hours 2018, schriftlich bei Olive Ssembuze bewerben.


Die Ausbildung wird auch von Englisch sprechenden Lehrer/Innen unterrichtet. Eine regelmässige Yoga Praxis ist erwünscht und eine „Meet & Greet“ Klasse bei Olive Ssembuze um an der Ausbildung teilzunehmen.

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Liliane Meier - Yoga for Kids & Vinyasa Yoga

My first yoga practice began in 2003 when I was pregnant with my first daughter. Through these classes I got to know and value my strength, breath, patience and endurance, and thereby my body as a whole. Over time I internalized the interaction of the Asanas (physical exercises), Pranayama (breath), and Dhyana (meditation). This vigor, and the feeling to be able to achieve everything, to be one, to be connected, is what lead me to complete a yoga teacher as well as kid’s yoga teacher training. After various workshops, continuing course work as well as my own practice, I founded ‘Little Yoga’. There I offer a variety of yoga classes, workshops and vacation packages for children, teens, and families.

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