“My yoga teaching,” says Dace, “is rooted in self-healing and recovery after injuries and trauma.”
“I encourage students to move at their own pace and work slowly towards new yoga poses.
I am often called to help women develop breathing exercises and alleviate sleep difficulties.
It is the practice of slow paced yin shapes and breath-based hatha vinyasa style, but also draws on other types of yoga.”
Dace teaching a group yoga class, Karekare
The class is designed based on micromovement in stillness, relaxing connective tissues between muscles and the joints. It is a very slow-paced, restorative practice, which allows your body – and mind – to relax. Yin practice is a great mind trainer, helping you deal with discomforts in your life. Yin Yoga opens up these deep, dense, rarely touched areas. All levels are welcomed.
A vinyasa flow focuses on the synchronization of breath and continuous flow of movement.
This class is designed to help you find foundational strength, freedom of movement and a connection to your breath. Perfect for those new to yoga. All levels, bodies and souls are welcomed.
DACE’S YOGA JOURNEY:
Samma Karuna Healing School 200YTT (Thailand, 2016)
Malaysia Yoga Sports Federation, Teaching Assistant (Malaysia, 2016)
Non-violence communication course (Indonesia, 2016)
Wat Pa Tam Wua Forest Monastery, School of Vipassana and Mindfulness (Thailand, 2016)
Himalayan Yoga Association 300YTT (India, 2019)
Pranam Yoga Joseph Alignment and Pranayama (Breath work) (India, 2019)
Yoga Dunia Yin Yoga 55YTT (Indonesia, 2019)
Prices: 1:1 session 60 min ($30 koha suggested), contact Dace for group classes.
Contact Dace Kalnina on email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone 020 419 06621
or leave a message at Te Wahi Ora, 09 8128775