December 2014: I practice <strong>Yoga</strong> for more than a half year by myself now. Before I started doing Yoga I honestly thought that a Yoga class could be no big deal. I mean I am used to train every day. But believe me Yoga is so <strong>much more than a workout</strong> or a training which you just can do. For me it is more like a <strong>transformation and connection</strong> between <strong>body</strong>, <strong>mind</strong> and <strong>spirit</strong>. In the beginning I had a lot of experiences where I felt down or my body was tied up. I was unable to relax my mind and letting things go. The more I dive into the totality of a Yoga practice the more I could<strong> follow the spiritual flow</strong>.
The <strong>community</strong> welcomed us with an <strong>open heart</strong> and all the classes we tried so far were wonderful guided. After stepping in this great space you definitely feel like <strong>reborn</strong> if you go back into the outside world. You can let go of all the things that no longer serving you. You just can <strong>reconnect</strong> yourself with your unique wholeness of <strong>body</strong>, <strong>mind</strong> and <strong>spirit</strong>. There is no more to say than that I just <strong>love</strong> this place. <img class=”emoji” draggable=”false” src=”https://s0.wp.com/wp-content/mu-plugins/wpcom-smileys/twemoji/2/svg/2764.svg” alt=”❤️” /> <strong>NAMASTE</strong>