The dance of shiva:
"Every subatomic particle not only performs an energy dance, but also a pulsating process of creation and destruction…without end…For the modern physicists, then Shiva's dance is the dance of subatomic matter. As in Hindu mythology, it is a continual dance of creation and destruction involving the whole cosmos; the basis of all existence and of all natural phenomena." - Fritzof Capra, The Tao of Physics
The cosmic dance of Shiva unifies ancient mythology, art, religion and modern physics. It symbolizes the cosmic cycles of creation and destruction, the daily rhythm of birth and death, beginning and end. Like Shiva, dance in evil and sacred places and rhythm your own practice... or your universe. Transit and flow, twirl and twist from the death of an asana to the birth of another, bringing focus to movement as an infinity of "nows". Recognise the accountability of your intention: your dance preserves and releases, contracts and expands, roots and rises. Enjoy, my fellow yogis!
Diana is an architect, urban researcher and yogini based in Zurich and learning around the globe. After years of studentship at Pure Yoga Singapore, Diana completed over 600 hours of teacher training in Hong Kong (Yoga Alliance Certified), under the guidance of Rinat Pearlman and Patrick Creelman, founder of Pure Yoga and pillar in the yoga community throughout Asia. She teaches a strong practice focused on skillful alignment, intelligent action and steady breath, allowing students to access and build upon their own strength & intelligence.
She sees yoga through the eyes of an architect, precise, detailed, mathematical, contemporary. Her approach to yoga combines the yoga tradition from the east and the west, involving a blend of the Iyengar School, Anusara School, and Vinyasa Yoga. The Iyengar School provides a methodology of precise anatomical and physical alignments and instructions, as well as the profound understanding and application of the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. The Anusara School provides the application of Tantric philosophy and principles of alignment. The vinyasa practice incorporates heat and flow into a dynamic approach to yoga. Diana’s classes are taught in English.
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