Christina Hug

Christina Hug

Ashtanga Yoga & Vedic Chanting
Berlin, Germany

Christina has her second home in India, where she had moved to live and work for Greenpeace and besides that found yoga. She explored the practices of several traditions before studying in depth with the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai. After finding out about T. Krishnamacharya, she was literally drawn to learn at the center and Desikachar’s no-nonsense style of teaching deeply resonated with her. KYM’s teacher training provided a comprehensive foundation in both the theoretical understanding and practical application of yoga. Although the classes in Vedic Chanting have initially been her least favorite, the subject grew on her so much, that she decided to participate in the International Teacher Training in Healing Chants. The fascination for the Sanskrit language, Vedic texts and deeply rooted sounds has only multiplied since then and she loves sharing it. Christina also studied Ashtanga Yoga in Mysore at the KPJAYI with R. Sharath Jois and Sri BNS Iyengar.

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Friday, 19.06
19:30 • 120 MIN
Vedic Chanting: Understanding the Structure & Language

Join Christina for this workshop that will help you to understand the structure of Sanskrit
through 1. theoretical knowledge 2. syllable pronunciation 3. writing exercises. Playful practice with sound via chanting will be done at the end.