Detox mit Yogeswari

Detox mit Yogeswari

Date: Sunday, October 11th, 2020

Time: 14:00 – 16:30

Location: Buttermelcherstr. 15, RgB.


The origins and context that lead to the creation of Jivamukti Yoga will be discussed, as well as its principal objectives and components. Asanas will focus on twists and inversions. Twists are very effective in helping us to detox from residual emotional and psychological obstacles, especially anger and depression. In order for twists to have a truly healing and balancing effect, it is important to apply precision in knowing which body parts are involved, and how. Inversions permit us to see the world upside down, thus developing greater tolerance and enhancing the breadth of our perception. The centers of higher consciousness are stimulated, and through a complete reversal of gravity, stagnant physiological processes are activated and rejuvenated.


Yogeswari, based at the Jivamukti Yoga School in New York City since the year 2000, is one of the most senior teachers of the Jivamukti Yoga Method. She is Advanced Certified, a Facilitator of Jivamukti Teacher Trainings, and has taken many Jivamukti Certified Teachers through one-on-one apprenticeships towards their 800-hour-certification. Since 2004, she has been teaching around the world. Yogeswari is known for her vigorous, seamless Vinyasa sequencing, and her thought-provoking philosophical teachings. With 20 years of experience in dance and choreography, she brings liveliness and vibrancy to all her work. She holds an MA in choreography and dance from New York University and a BFA McL in dance from Temple University, Philadelphia. Born in Switzerland, she teaches workshops, immersions, and retreats in five languages.

She is the founder and president of AZAHAR Foundation, an international non-profit organization that promotes cross-cultural understanding and non-violent conflict resolution through Yoga and the Arts, with special attention to disenfranchised communities, and women and children in conflict settings.

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