About Narrative Yoga – a natural form of movement
Narrative Yoga is based on the ancient teachings contained in the Classic Hatha Yoga text, Gheranda Samhita. The different techniques and forms used in the practice have been carefully arranged to bring harmony to the body&mind. Great attention is given to the ancient Hatha Yoga science of inception of Prana with inhalation of breath and release of contraction, negativity and tension with exhalation of breathe.
Narrative Yoga offers a vagary approach for the individual experience of yoga, allowing one to observe the shifts and changes that exist in each of us. The word “vagary” is taken from the Latin vagari, “to wander”. Therefore this description refers to the journey of wandering of the Self, that of discovery, change, connection, freedom and love, within the context of yoga and our own personal narrative.
The core practice of Narrative Yoga is the cultivation of conscious awareness in the moment and connecting to our inner knowing.
It’s an experimental yoga practice evolving with your personal connections between body and mind and the most inner “treasures” of your most personal self; unique and precious findings on your soul path. It can initiate, allow, nourish and consolidate a space of awareness for the possibility of journeying between love and hate, light and dark in the context of the stories you believe in/live with.
Narrative Yoga gains its value by practising according to your physical abilities, creating a journey with the Self. It also takes into consideration your characteristics/personality and temperament, your needs and life circumstances. The thing that lights me up the most is when witnessing the results in the process of personal transformation sessions. They can be done in-person or by phone. It never hurts to check my schedule so don’t be shy. As your journey continues to unfold, and your story is being felt and acknowledged, the practice of personal evolution is allowed to flow. I love helping clients to become their best version of themselves.