Ashtanga Yoga

Frankfurt by Brenda

Brenda Pasenau

Brenda Pasenau, originally from Ecuador, has been residing in Europe since 2000. Her journey with Ashtanga Yoga began in 2006, and in 2015, she completed her Yoga Teacher Training (YTT) 200 and (ATT) 300 hours with John Scott.

Over the years, she had the opportunity to assist John Scott. Brenda has devoted her life to the practice of Ashtanga Yoga, She traveled around the world and practiced with many teachers, David Kail, Grag Nardi, Kino Macgregro Steve Lapham, Phillippa Asher and Lino Miele.

Since 2018 she has been traveling to Mysore, India, to deepen her practice under the guidance of Paramaguru Sharath Jois. She is an authorized Level II teacher by Parama Guru Sharath Jois, which allows her to teach the full primary and intermediate series in the traditional style.

About Ashtanga Yoga

Since the late 1990s, Ashtanga has been considered one of the most popular forms of yoga in the Western world. Ashtanga focuses on a vigorous physical practice that includes a series of postures linked with breathing and movement to form a continuous sequence. The practice demands an intense level of physical strength, flexibility and endurance, so students begin an Ashtanga practice with five repetitions of Sun Salutation A and Sun Salutation B. This is followed by a series of standing postures, in 5 repetitions, then a set of sitting poses. Once you have mastered these three posture sequences, your instructor will guide you through the advanced series, Advanced A, Advanced B, Advanced C, and D.

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