Most Animalia Asana® teachers tend to focus on sharing workshops for adults rather than regular classes. But do get in touch if you are keen on a regular class, and we’ll see if one can be set up near you. You can find two classes currently on You Tube and more will be online soon.

40% of all funds (after expenses) from the classes (just like all Animalia Asana® activities) go to both the not-for-profit Animal Aid and the charity International Animal Rescue. The variety of Animalia Asana® classes available are listed below, many with a set sequence of animal-named postures, offering you the chance to really get to know your postures and to truly witness your experience with them. Classes are infused with a mix of animal biology (both human and a bit of non-human) concerning each asana and animal-based spirituality behind each asana. The classes also incorporate a little chanting and pranayama, all animal-oriented of course. The intention set for each class is always in dedication to animals, offering inspiration, connection and compassion. Everyone is welcome – each posture can be adapted to suit everyone’s physical ability although you may gravitate towards a class you think most suitable for you. 


 

Eventually, classes and workshops shall begin to pop up in ever more corners of the world with a whopping 50% of all funds (after expenses) going to both Animal Aid and International Animal Rescue. I’ll be listing all the different classes here as they emerge. These are the classes that a trained Animalia Asana® teacher can share with their community (in all classes, adaptations for each posture can be given so each class is suitable for everyone):

  • The Animalia Asana® Class
    This is the full and main Animalia Asana practice covering almost all of the animal postures. The full set sequence class takes roughly 2 hours and comprises 40 of the animal-named postures. In a 90- or 60-minute class, we fit in as much of this set-sequence as possible and alternate some of the postures that we practice week-to-week.
  • Animalia Asana® Flow
    Generally a set sequence of postures explored in quicker succession and with more repetition.
  • Animalia Asana® Restorative
    Generally a set sequence of postures at a much slower pace, low physical intensity, more passive, staying in the postures for at least a few minutes.
  • Animalia Asana® Advanced
    Generally a set sequence of postures, hatha in style and featuring the more physically demanding postures or a more advanced arrangement of the postures.
  • Animalia Asana® General
    Generally a set sequence of postures, hatha in style, somewhere in between the Animalia Asana Flow, Restorative and Advanced practices.
  • Organic Animalia Asana®
    Hatha/flow, different set of postures each time – medium level of physical intensity.

 

Are you already a certified yoga teacher and feeling drawn to teach an official Animalia Asana® class or workshop to help spread further positivity, helping both people and animals? Why not train as an Animalia Asana® teacher and do just that?

A stupendous 50% of all funds of each class (after expenses) go to both the not-for-profit Animal Aid and the charity International Animal Rescue.

 

Photographer: Kim Sweet
Photographer: Kim Sweet
Image courtesy of Cesar Vargas, sourced from Flickr Creative Commons.
Image courtesy of Cesar Vargas, sourced from Flickr Creative Commons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Photographer: Kim Sweet
Photographer: Kim Sweet