Silence and heart

Hatha Yoga and organic movement During this Yoga session we will focus on toning and making the body in general more flexible, and in particular the rib cage, the spine and opening the space of the heart, favoring the deep listening of our bodies and the encounter with the corners of silence that reside within us. From the yogic map, the heart belongs to the fourth energy center of our body (chakra). Its name is Anahata in Sanskrit, which means intact, unpercussed sound. It is the center of union between the three lowest chakras, connected with the material plane, and the three superior ones, representatives of the spiritual plane. The practice consists of a series of asanas (yoga postures), static and dynamic, and a final deep relaxation.