In the first part of this open talk, you will learn about our heart, how our heart rate works, how it is connected to our respiratory system, and how the awareness for our breath can bring daily benefits to our health.
The second part will be a practical experience of expanding our hearts. A happy heart expresses itself through a sense of enjoyment and a sense of compassion and connection to others. In this little yoga practise we target the heart and small Intestine Meridians and tap into the qualities of the Fire and Water Elements on the emotional and physiological level. This is a slow, meditative yoga practice that is suited for everyone with or without experience.
About Gustavo Hallal & Tina Sahl
Gustavo Hallal, Homeopathic Doctor: Doctor with Residency in Family Medicine and Community by SMSRJ and specialization in Classical Systemic Homeopathy by ABRAH, besides Community Therapist. He worked for 4 years in communities in Rio de Janeiro. Among his interests are individual homoeopathic consultations and group therapies such as Integrative Community Therapy. He continues to deepen his knowledge of homoeopathy at The School of Health in England.
Tina Sahl, Yoga & Bodywork Therapist: Tina is a certified Thai Vedic Bodywork & Yoga Therapist and Lifestyle Consultant. Tina’s yoga journey started during her life in Thailand. To compensate for the physical demands of many years of extreme sports on her body, she started with a regular Ashtanga practice which she maintains up to now. After experiencing with different styles of Yoga and practising with teachers such as Petri Raisanen, Barbra Noh, Kimmana, Hendry Hamish, Sofia Araujo she was also drawn to Holistic Restorative/Yin Yoga which complements her Bodywork/Massage work in a beautiful way.
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