Yoga should instead help us to purify the body and the mind, bringing us back to that blessed state of receptivity from which we can start to learn.- Vanda Scaravelli -
There is so much beauty in the acceptance of what is.
We do yoga to bring ourselves to natural simplicity, to re-establish contact with the forces that sustain our lives, so that we can “blossom”.
Yoga can best be described with a flower. A flower stretches its roots down in the ground and at the same time is attracted and opens towards the sun.
By consciously entrusting ourselves to the action of gravity and by letting our breathing expand, we learn to let go of the things we no longer need and renew ourselves in every moment.
A flower needs room, nourishment and light to open. When we practise poses and breathing, we must learn to pay attention to the natural rhythms of breathing and of the spine, and to the right mental attitude. Thus we will find again what is necessary for us.
It is about taking yoga alive and evolving
"Her knowledge of the spine, the body, the old texst is vast. She is like a whell of fresh, pure water – you will keep coming back to quench your thirst for knowledge about yoga."
"Rossella has been coming to Macalla Farm since 2005. Her unique teaching style allows students to explore the process of un-doing: tension, blockages, expectations, strivings. She invites you to go deep and to go far– exploring the outer edges of your universe as you breathe, connect with gravity, free your spine."
"As you take yourself experientially into this system of yoga practice, a feeling of freedom and joy emerges from within the body. As we enter a posture and find a place of greater fullness and space in the body, we discover a profound level of releasing deeply held tensions, traumas, and injuries. The body, the mind, and the spirit are transformed. And we blossom."