A physical yoga practice is all about the spine and the impact of breath, bandhas (internal locks) and movement on the central nervous system. Bringing a sense of controlled balance to body mind and emotion. Creating the internal environment most suitable for personal growth, healing and well being. Our bodies change as we age and through the joys and tribulations of life. Change is good but not always an easy path . To teach Yoga well one's own practice must sit with the passage of time."
Oskar is practiced in a number of yoga disciplines keeping close to the original teachings of Professor T. Krishnamacharya (the Father of modern yoga ). Combining classical Yoga techniques with an informed approach to modern sports science, particularly bio-mechanics of functional movement and breath. This adds dimension and depth to his teaching technique. He brings knowledge gained from more than four decades of gradual consistant practice and study. He was first introduced to Hatha Yoga by his mother in 1970 when he was 8 years old, then in his late 20s moved into Ashtanga Vinyasa (Mysore).
Teaching did not come until many many year laster: Practice Practice Practice
ANY Yoga practice taught well is accessible for ALL people regardless of age, body type, fitness levels, race, gender identity or sexuality. It is so important to feel at home in your body, how ever one presents to the world and whatever past experiences a person has had. All yoga practices should be inclusive of all people, creating a safe place of equality. With an honest awareness of self ("sva"- sanskrit) and being ("stha"-) that feels comfortable, grounded, balanced yet energized.
Oskar Nery is registered SYT (Senior Yoga Teacher) with YAUK (Yoga Alliance UK), he is also a qualified personal trainer, & sports massage therapist.