I offer Corporate Yoga and weekly public Yoga Classes, and Monthly Yoga and Meditation Workshops specifically designed for new and seasoned Athletes and the Corporate World.
I also offer Private Yoga and Meditation Consultations for anyone looking to transform their lives with the power of Mindfulness and Awareness.
"Being mindful, being there for your own feelings and sensations is your best chance to let go of the patterns that are not serving you the way you want. Mindfulness can explain your habits that keep persisting no matter how hard you try to let go of them." -Nadya Andreeva
- Yoga for Runners every Sunday from 9:00am-10:00am at Jack and Adams FREE for Gazelles
Corporate Yoga With Fit Steady
- Mass Relevance
Pre-race Yoga 2014:
- Rookie Triathlon at Decker Lake
- ARC Daisy 5K at Austin State Supported Living Center
- Stay tuned…more events to come!
- Yoga for Cyclists Series, 3rd Sunday of every month in 2013: from 2-3:30pm at SoCo Yoga
Yoga retreats and nutrition workshops with Tribe Yoga
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More details about my classes:
Yin, Hatha and Ashtanga-Vinyasa based classes for Athletes, Corporate America and private clients.
Guided Mindful Meditation Sessions for private clients.
Nutrition and Mindful Eating consultations and plans.
Healing: Heal your body and mind with the power of the breath and mindful, focused movement.
Improved Strength: Routine and consistent practice of the various yoga poses can help you build strength and improve lean muscle mass.
Increase Flexibility: Alleviate muscle tightness.
Improve Balance: Mechanical dominance associated with certain sports can create musculoskeletal imbalances that can generate chronic injuries. Yoga can be beneficial by reducing tissue and joint imbalances.
Focus: Yoga’s use of breathing and centering techniques can be valuable tools for event preparation, routine and skill visualization, as well as stress/anxiety reduction.
Improve Bio-Mechanics and Energy Conservation: Yoga improves flexibility and joint range of motion and reduces muscle tension.
Increase Stamina: Via increased lung capacity and strength. Maximal lung health is vital for athletes, especially for those who partake in aerobic-based sports and require efficient lungs to deliver sufficient oxygen uptake.
Reduce Soreness: Release lactic acid, lubricate joints and muscles. Yoga can act as a self-massage to release tension pre and post training.
Join me and make your next training season more successful!
Vania has been practicing Yoga for more than 16 years with a focus on Ashtanga-Vinyasa, Hatha and Yin styles of Yoga. Initially, she was introduced to Yoga as a way to heal from a back injury, but her practice has expanded to include breathing techniques and Meditation, since this evolution has led her down a path of self-discovery. She completed her RYT 200 in Ashtanga-Vinyasa Yoga with Tribe Yoga in Goa, India, and then traveled to Mysore and Rishikesh, India where she studied the traditional Mysore style of Ashtanga-Vinyasa and Classical Hatha. Most recently, she has studied Ayurveda and Yin Yoga with the fabulous Felicia Tomasko, Yoga Anatomy and The Breath with Leslie Kaminoff and Power Vinyasa with Patrick Beach.
Vania is an avid runner and has spent the past 12 years competing in a variety of races with distances spanning from 5km to marathons. She also participates in cycling and triathlon events, as she enjoys challenging her body with a variety of sports. Her passion for sports led her deeper into her Yoga practice, as it has provided her with the tools to heal her body, prevent injuries, strengthen her muscles, focus her mind, and use her breath to tune into her body. Her classes are guided by an anatomic focus intermingled with her light-hearted spirit. She aims to make her classes challenging, but playful, to help students to harmonize the mind and body, to challenge personal limitations, and to discover their inner strength. Vania encourages her students to move slowly, deeply, and mindfully into their bodies in a non-competitive environment, in an effort to make them feel grounded and aware of the inner workings of their bodies.