He has soaked in the waters of various sources of Yoga: Classical, Solar, Iyengar, Kundalini, Sivananda, Astha Shandhi. He is also a master of the disciplines of Tai Chi Chuan, Tai Chi Chien, Qi Kung and Kikodo. His journey on the path led him to study Mahayana Buddhism, ceremonial magic and the Toltec Mayan warrior path. The Rei Ki, the Universal Energy and the traditional Japanese medicine Shin Ki. A teacher with great experience in teaching and a serious exploration of different philosophies and paths that have led him to generate his own synthesis and understanding of the spiritual path. His approach to different philosophies, paths and lineages give him a unique ability to make understandable deep concepts that open our understanding.
Happy and honored to convene the community, Amorhania is the initiator of the Ananda Yoga from the Heart project. He has dedicated his life to teaching and practicing yoga. He shares the vision of a world where Yoga can be the key to support individuals to remember their conscious essence and their planetary mission, and thereby generate a life in fullness. He emphasizes his teaching in the vinyasa style that guides in a fluid and organic way, with nuances of play, challenge, strength and beauty, generating a space of self-exploration and great awareness.
Ivan trains with Yoga from the heart of Casa Ananda. A dedicated practitioner who has brought about a profound transformation in himself. He is a versatile master who plays with possibilities and forms, offering a powerful practice that demands strength and endurance as well as beauty and plasticity. His class sustains the essence he received from his teachers and shares it as a way of thanking them for all their teachings.
The class is a feast for the soul where you receive great benefits: increased body resistance, flexibility and coordination; increased self-esteem, stress reduction, internalization and self-knowledge. “Magic happens when you open yourself to the experience of Yoga from the heart and embark on the path to your inner self.”