Sascha and Romana Delberg-Yoga Teachers

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Sascha and Romana Delberg-Yoga Teachers Bio

Romana and Sascha Delberg are dedicated yoga practitioners running the Yogawerkstatt in the heart of Vienna. They are both committed to nurturing a community of people that actively learn about the full spectrum of yogic practices, reducing stress and reactivity and transform old habitual patterns for a freer and happier experience of life.

http://www.yogawerkstatt.at

Sascha Delberg has been practicing yoga since 2000 and began meditating while traveling in South-East Asia in 2003. His asana yoga practice is rooted in the Ashtanga Vinyasa tradition. He focuses on proper alignment, the subtle energetics of breathing and directing awareness in practice. He is teaching from the heart, gently nudging those, that need some additional tapas, and slowing those down into more detail, that are too enthusiastic.

He has studied in depth with Richard Freeman, Paul Dallaghan, Sri O.P. Tiwari. He has had an intense period of study in Mysore with the late Shri K. Pattabhi Jois.

Romana Delberg has been practicing yoga since 1997, but developed a passion and dedication for the various yogic practices in 2003. What initially drew her to yoga, still continues to inspire her to practice and teach Yoga Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, the texts and chants. It is the Yoga’s power to transform slowly our deep habitual patterns into a more mindful and loving view of ourselves and others. Romana provides detailed instructions and takes care of a supportive, non-competitive environment to nurture a meditative body awareness.

Romana has been and still is studying regularly over long periods of time with Richard Freeman and Mary Taylor, Michael Stone, Paul Dallaghan and Sri OP Tiwari.

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