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How I teach yoga.

I teach a unique form of Vinyasa yoga, where I weave elements from the dynamic and strengthening Astanga and Vinyasa yoga with the healing and restorative Yin yoga. In this way, I create a varied and playful yoga form that challenges you on several levels and helps to build your strength, flexibility, concentration, focusing abilities, and overall balance both mentally and physically.

 

Regardless of your current physical level, your health, your size, flexibility, and age, you will feel how your body and mind wake up, and you will already after your first workout, experience how you suddenly feel lighter, taller, more free and how your mood and general well-being improve.



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Through the training, you will find your inner core of peace and stability that we all possess, and by practicing peace and stability in connection with yoga, you create new and better ways to hold on to your own peace and stability in ever-changing circumstances.

 

The only constant we can be sure of is change, it can come from outside or it can come from within. By actively being the one who creates changes in your body and your mind, you take responsibility for yourself and put your life in your own hands, so you have the opportunity to create the future you want.

Patience and discipline are key


Yoga is practiced with patience and discipline, and precisely these areas are mentally strengthened through our training. For each session, I have a specific focus that moves like a common thread throughout the session. In turn, I focus on different parts of the body, such as the hips, opening the front of the body, twists, strength exercises, etc. so you get varied and continuous training. Some basic exercises are repeated in the sessions and new elements are added continuously. In this way, you get the opportunity to slowly, calmly, and at your own pace build up your training, so that you constantly experience a feeling of progress both physically and mentally.

When teaching, I use breath and breathing exercises to connect body and mind, to practice the ability to stay focused on the present, and to perform the exercises with concentration and mindfulness. We perform all the exercises with the breath as a guide, and let it guide us into the poses, to exactly where you have your limit today. You will become better at reading and using your breath actively both on the mat and in your life.

 

Too many people come to terms with the state of affairs. But pain, imbalances, and blockages can be effectively addressed and released with yoga. It can be a liberating experience to discover that you already have what it takes to find peace, stability, balance, and joy in life. Even old injuries, traumas, and emotional blockages you can process and get rid of with yoga.

 

 

Props are your best friend.

 

I work with yoga props that are there to help you get the most out of your workout; blankets, blocks, and belts are used not only as an aid but also as tools to achieve better posture in the poses and greater challenges in your training. Props can be your way to get the right yoga workout created for you.

In personal training at my studio, it does not require anything to train, yoga mats and props like different bricks, blankets, weights, and belts are all available to you. So all poses are accessible to everyone. In online training, we decide together what props you need, and most of them can be found or created out of what you have in your house or bought specifically for the training if you prefer that.



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Reach your potential

 

I teach to help you reach your full potential. If you feel that you have lost touch with your body and are unable to decipher the signals your body sends you, you will have difficulty actually changing anything, and when your body is not functioning optimally, it can affect other areas of your life in a negative way.

 

I am there to guide you to achieve the best version of yourself, but only you know how it feels to live in your body and to be you, therefore it is important that you take responsibility for yourself and become aware, both during Yoga and in your everyday life, what your body is trying to tell you.

 

As you experience progress on the mat, you will find that the same progress shows up in your life.


Yoga is a form of exercise that gives you; greater inner calm, improved focusing abilities, better body sensation, reduced tension, reduced pain, and which has a de-stressing effect on mind and body.

 

Yoga corrects imbalances in the body and helps with appropriate posture, so you can have a feeling of a happy, vibrant, and light body. Weak muscles are strengthened, tight muscles are stretched and softened, and such physical symptoms as; back, neck, and shoulder pain and sore muscles are released, as you increase your natural movement.


Considering working with me?

Check out yoga 1-1 here.

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Disclaimer

The information found in this blog post is for general informational and educational purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for a health professional's advice. If you are struggling with health issues please seek professional help. The use of any information provided in this blog post is solely at your own risk.


Author Mette Rosenqvist


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With 10 years of supporting women release and manage emotional and physical pain to achieve optimal health, Mette is the seasoned coach and blogger behind MeRoyoga, a Holistic Health website. Dedicated to empowering women of all ages and backgrounds, her work is based on cultivating mind-body awareness and self-regulation through compassionate inquiry. As a Multi passionate coach, Mette incorporates several healing modalities to create bespoken sessions prioritizing inclusion, meaning, and accessibility and thrives on helping women discover all the choices available to them so they can build trust and safety in themselves, and move through life present, centered, and empowered.




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