yoga

yoga for everyone

the yoga that i propose is soft, slow and progressive; as i practiced it and i learned it in india.

my classes are for everyone; both for those who already practice yoga and for starters. it is not about competitiveness or physical performance, but about self-exploration and observation through the body, breath and mind, with the purpose of being more attentive to oneself, at your own pace and your own nature.

hatha yoga

it combines the practice of physical postures (asanas) and breathing control (pranayama). regular practice improves concentration, peace of mind, flexibility, muscular strength and tone. yoga achieves relaxation and physical, emotional and mental balance by harmonising the whole.

schedule

wednesdays
· 20h00-21h15

thursdays
· 7h30-8h45
· 20h00-21h15

fridays
· 7h30-8h45
· 20h00-21h15

rates

€ 10 per course

place (in summer)

outdoor, facing the sea. near roses lighthouse. punta dels palangrers (google map).

indoor classes (cold season)

info on my new hall in roses, schedule and rates coming soon.
i’ll probably start my classes the week of october 12.

don't forget!

come with your yoga mat, a cushion, soft and comfortable clothes.
(!) we recommend not to eat within 2 hours before the class.

eric and the yoga

traveling in india a few years ago i went to stop in aurovalley, an ashram located at the foot of the himalayas, on the bank of the ganges. before arriving at that place, yoga was, for me, a kind of gymnastics practiced by women obsessed with their weight.
those nine days of intense practice were enough to change, first, my opinion, then, the course of my trip (so i decided to know more by visiting other ashrams in northern india and nepal) and finally, the course of my life. when i returned to spain i started to practice it and study it assiduously

more recently, i undertook a three-month trip to india, visiting places and meeting people who are close to or very close to yoga. i trained as a teacher in the 'yoga vidya gurukul' (www.yogapoint.com) of nasik, a school led by the mandlik clan, a reputed family of brahmins dedicated to the teaching of traditional yoga for several generations.

sri aurobindo and the mother

i have a special devotion and love for the couple 'sri aurobindo and the mother' (perhaps the most famous spiritual couple of yoga of the twentieth century). after all, my path in yoga debuted through a door that they opened wide to me.

eric milet
design, walks & yoga
+34 605 856 740
ericmilet@gmail.com
roses, girona, spain