Sunday, March 24th
Magic: A Katonah Yoga Practice
with Aylin Karadayi (Zurich)
and assisted by Jasmin Leber
Join us for the first KATONAH YOGA™️ workshop at The Looking Glass Basel. After just completing the 30 hr training with Abbie Galvin (NYC) in Zurich, I new I had to learn more. Luckily, Aylin is teaching Katonah yoga in Zurich on a regular basis, and I am so excited for her to come and share more with us in Basel.
Aylin will introduce you to the theory of the material by using the idea of the body as a house.
she will make you comfortable to look at the body-mind-breath connection in a more dimensional way and will open up the horizon to see you own potential when doing the asanas, which are seen as origami for the body.
expect to practice, learn, ponder and change your angles.
KATONAH YOGA™️ is a syncretic Hatha yoga practice developed by Nevine Michaan over 40 years. She and her teachers incorporate classical Hatha yoga with Taoist theory, geometry, magic, mythology, metaphor, and imagination - in a practical framework designed to potentiate personal and communal well-being. For more information, please visit www.katonahyoga.com
Members: 55 chf / 45 chf student reduced
Non-members 65 chf / 55 chf student reduced
My name is Aylin and i am from Zurich, born and schooled there. I partially have oriental roots which have influenced me in many ways.
Due to my passion for music, i was heavily involved in dancing during my childhood and early youth. slowly but incrementally i developed a deep love for Yoga – first mentally, then physically and eventually through a deeper, more profound approach.
My professional path led me through cultural sciences studies, cultural management activities, music, yoga, nutrition and finally my own business AYLA REAL HEALTH. My inner quest for a deeper meaning of life led me along my personal as well as my professional way.
In terms of lineage my Yoga is influenced by Anusara, Hatha and Vinyasa Krama and lately very much by Katonah Yoga. In terms of mindfulness I am very moved by a humanitarian approach through which I strive to shed light on self awareness and self study. Therefore my classes are always characterized by a gentle approach towards the soul and mind as well as an accurate attuning of the body. By taking responsibility for our behavior in a reflective and honest way, I believe that it is possible to grow, to alter our shortcomings and to eventually deepen our understanding of who we really are individually and in relation to others.