HIP Yoga Night – May

HIP Yoga Night: Students in Liina Puustinen's yoga class.

HIP Yoga Night – May

Let’s get together for a gentle yoga practice and lovely vegetarian food in a beautiful setting of YogaMundi in Wieblingen. Liina will guide a practice suitable for all women regardless of  previous experience in yoga. You may be a beginner or more experienced – come as you are! Just bring comfortable clothes such as leggings and t-shirt for the practice. No footwear is needed, also yoga mats and other props are available at the studio.

Programme:

7-8 pm yoga session for women (please register for the yoga class Night Out)

8-9:30 Night Out: vegetarian dinner, joyful socialising and networking (please register for the Night Out only)

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    Date

    07 May 2024

    Time

    7:00 am - 9:30 pm

    Location

    YogaMundi – Iyengar Yoga Zentrum Heidelberg
    Mannheimer Str. 218, 69123 Heidelberg, DE
    Website
    http://www.yogamundi.de
    Category
    Natalia McGlinchey

    Organizer

    Natalia McGlinchey
    Email
    info@hipwf.com

    Speaker

    • Liina Puustinen
      Liina Puustinen
      Iyengar Yoga Teacher, Dr.

      Liina is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher, teacher educator and yoga
      therapist originally from Finland. Liina has been teaching in Helsinki,
      Düsseldorf and Cologne since 2008, and is the founder and director of YogaMundi – Iyengar Yoga Zentrum Heidelberg.

      Liina has studied several times at the Iyengar Yoga main institute
      RIMYI, India, and with many international teachers. She also deepens her knowledge and works with her German teacher Rita Keller at the Light On Yoga Academy.

      Liina is known for her energetic, joyful and precise teaching style and enjoys working with both beginners and advanced students. She also offers retreats and workshops in Finland, Blackforest and Italy.
      She has a PhD in Social Sciences and has worked for fifteen years as a media and communications researcher.