Yoga do it - offers a unique yoga experience in a quiet peaceful and secure environment at the Bryanston Studio.
ON-line and IN-studio sessions are available.
(IN-studio by appointment only.)
Setting aside the time to de-stress, not only helps to regain poise, but is also a sound investment in health and well-being. ‘Yoga do it’ provides a sanctuary where this balance can be restored.
Iyengar Yoga focuses on making yoga accessible to everyone both male and female of all ages, by utilising a variety of props like blocks, straps and bolsters. Emphasis is placed on body alignment, detail of asanas, sequencing of postures and timing.
Power yoga is a more vigorous, fitness-based approach Vinyasa (flowing style, in which you move from one pose to another while focusing on the breath). Although it is modeled on the Asthanga method, it does not follow a set sequence, and places emphasis on strength and flexibility.
TO ENSURE PERSONAL ATTENTION - STUDENT NUMBERS ARE LIMITED FOR BOTH ON-LINE AND IN-STUDIO YOGA.
YOGA STUDIO IN BRYANSTON
Rhé has been practicing yoga for over sixteen years, is an accredited Iyengar Yoga teacher, and opened her Bryanston yoga studio in 2006. She has fine-tuned her teaching approach, to assist students in building not only more flexibility and strength, but also in releasing stress and obtaining inner peace and tranquility. She believes that yoga is not a quick fix, however wonderful results are gained by practicing these postures that seem deceptively simple yet are very powerful. Students not only look and feel better, but have increased energy, sleep better, and are more prepared for life’s challenges.
Rainer has a background in Mechanical Engineering going hand in glove with his passion for learning, science, and health. Throughout his formative years he explored many eastern traditions, including Martial arts, Buddhism, Japanese culture, and, of course, Yoga. He began his practice in Iyengar at the age of 17 and soon transferred his interest in Karate to his pursuit of mastering yoga. He continued his practice for his 11 year stint in Japan under various teachers and styles and received a qualification in Power Yoga in 2016. He is drawn to the ephemeral joy of moving and mastering the body. His focus is as simple as it is profound.