Integral Vinyasa is a method based on an intention to create safe and healing yoga practice with respect to individual body, mind and soul, using the understanding of traditional yogic concepts, techniques and philosophy as well today's science and different modern techniques that have evolved in the recent past. The method integrates different yoga tools like asana, different connecting vinyasa, pranayama, mantra, mudra, yoga philosophy into a practice and is based on Vinyasa Krama, a system of progressions and preparation to serve the unfolding of our body and mind.
This open class is the opening class for the following Workshop (Sat&Sun).
Free for all, First come First served
Yoga has been an intricate part of Nina's life journey for the last two decades. She started teaching in 2004. and full time since 2006. when she opened a yoga studio in her hometown Zagreb, Croatia. In 2011. Nina has established Spanda Vinyasa teacher training school and have developed 200 and 300 hour programmes as well as a Prenatal TTC programme.
Today Nina mostly travels and teaches internationally, teaching workshops and yoga retreats and leading 200 and 300-hour teacher training courses in Zagreb and Milan, as well as 200- hour teacher training intensives in Sri Lanka and Portugal.
Nina's teaching is influenced and rooted in different yogic traditions, as well as Buddhist philosophy, ancient science of Ayurveda as well as modern understanding of anatomy and biomechanics. She holds a psychology degree in Integrative BodyOriented and Mindfulness-Centered therapy and uses much of that knowledge in her lectures and teachings as well.