Paros Yoga Retreat – The Art of Observation

When: 3 Jul 2014 - 6 Jul 2014 (Thu - Sun, 3 nights)
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Alit Bar Sadeh

An experienced Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher and Thai Massage therapist, Alit is known for her dynamic, playful yet thorough approach to teaching, peacefully blending the spiritual and practical in her classes. Based in Tel Aviv, Alit leads classes, workshops, and retreats locally and internationally, where she uses the physical practice and discussions to explore philosophical ideas from the yogi scriptures and integrate them in a modern lifestyle.

Alit is a dedicated student of one of Israel’s leading yoga teachers, Shimon Ben-Avi and has been an assistant in his two-year teacher trainings and various workshops around Israel. Alit has also studied with various teachers worldwide following different approaches, including Maty Ezraty, Richard Freeman, Ganesh Mohan, and Sri Sheshadri.

“My first encounter with yoga was at the age of 3. Years of dancing and the intensity of the hi-tech life style had led me back to yoga; the initial reason being physical support. With time and practice I discovered a whole new world, as well as myself, until one day, the mission of coping with my daily life became easy and fun. The way I see it, I have gained the best of both worlds - strength and flexibility of the body, and calmness and balance of the mind. This I share with individuals participating in classes and workshops, in an attempt to support each one in their own personal journey."
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