Ilya Zhuravlev

Ilya Zhuravlev

Ilya Zhuravlev
Russia

Ilya Zhuravlev (aka Mahadev108) is a philosopher (M.A.), a yoga-teacher and a founder of Wild Yogi Magazine, Yoga108 center in Moscow and International Yoga-Rainbow Festival.

Ilya started his yoga practice in 1995. Having spent a lot of time in India, he studied in different traditional schools of yoga, in the South and the North, including the Swami Shivananda tradition, those of Shri K. Pattabhi Jois and Swami Dhirendra Brahmachari school, as well as the Kriya yoga of Lahiri Mahasai. Ilya completed TTC of original Vinyasa Krama Yoga as tought by Shri Tirumalay Krishnamacharya under the guidence of Shrivatsa Ramaswamy, a direct disciple of Krishnamacharya for more than 30 years.

Ilya calls his way of practice Yoga108: it is an effective combination of powerful yogic techniques including asanas, vinyasas, mudras, bandhas, pranayamas and visualisations, based on the methods of traditional Indian schools of yoga.

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Schedule

Friday, 19.06
13:15 • 90 MIN
Yoga108: Earth – Vinyasa Yoga after Shri T. Krishnamacharya

This vinyasa sequence is based on Shri T. Krishnamacharya original Vinyasa Krama style with the elements of Dhirendra Brahmachari school of yoga. Earth is the symbol of stability and we will work with legs and hips to prepare for the lotus pose. There will be pranayama and meditation at the end.

Saturday, 20.06
15:45 • 120 MIN
Yoga108: Fire – Sequence for the Arms, Shoulders, and Chest-Opening

This vinyasa sequence is based on Shri T. Krishnamacharya original Vinyasa Krama style with the elements of Dhirendra Brahmachari school of yoga. Fire is the symbol of power and we will work on the upper torso and the arms area. There will be pranayama and meditation at the end.

Sunday, 21.06
17:15 • 90 MIN
Yoga108: Air – Vinyasa with Pranayama & Focus on the Breath

This class is dedicated to the breath as seen from the traditional perspective. The breath leads us to higher state of consciousness. There will be elements of Prana-vyayamas (dynamical breathing exercises to increase the lung capacity and to develop the kumbhaka, the natural cessation of the breath), classical Pranayamas (yogic breathing), Dharana (Concentration) and Dhyana (Meditation) practices.

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