Ezgi has been practising yoga since 2010. She completed the 300hrs British Wheel of Yoga Certificate Course in Harbledown, Canterbury in 2017 and has been teaching since then.
She started practising Ashtanga Yoga nearly 5 years ago and fell in love with its structure and its underlined qualities such as breath, meditational rhythm and discipline. Ezgi recently completed 200 hrs Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher training at Tattvaa Yoga School in Rishikesh, India in 2020.
She finds Yoga Philisophy and ancient Yoga texts so fascinating therefore she always incorporates these aspects of Yoga to her teaching. She has completed "Bridging Philosophy and Psychology" course with Sunil Sharma from India recently. Her teaching has also a strong emphasis on breath and its coordination with the movement. She introduces various Pranayama techniques along with asana practice.
" The body is your temple. Keep it pure and clean for the soul to reside in" BKS Iyengar
Whether you are an experienced yogi or a complete beginner, her way of teaching morning is perfect for anyone who would like to establish a regular self practice. She works with each student individually in this class and help them modify the practice in needed.
She offers these classes;
* Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga (Mysore Style and Led Classes)
* Hatha Yoga
* Meditation and Pranayama
* Yoga Nidra
Contact her for private or small group sessions.
Mysore style is the traditional way of practising Ashtanga Yoga and it's very helpful to build self-practice. This method gives you the ability to observe your body and also helps to develop strength, flexibility, focus and stamina.
In this class, everyone practices according to their experience and needs. It's suitable for both complete beginners or more experienced ones. You will be working through different elements of Ashtanga Yoga (breath, gazing point, bandhas).
Beginners will be given the first asanas of the Ashtanga Yoga primary series in the first couple of weeks, then according to their progress, more asanas will be added gradually.
Experienced students may continue their regular practice, and they will be guided through some adjustments or extra asanas over time."