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1. Salamba Sirsasana I: 5 minutes
2. Vrksasana I: 1 minute
3. Vrksasana II: 1 minute
4. Ardha Baddha Padmottanasana: 1 minute
5. Utkatasana I: 30 seconds
6. Utthita Trikonasana: 1 minute
7 . Parivrtta Trikonasana: 1minute
8. Ardha Chandrasana: 1 minute
9. Parivrtta Ardha Chandrasana: 1 minute
10. Virabhadrasana II: 1 minute
11. Utthita Parsvakonasana: 1 minute
12. Virabhadrasana I: 1 minute
13. Parivrtta Parsvakonasana: 30 seconds
14. Utthita Hasta Padangusthasana
1,2,3: 30 seconds
15. Prasarita Padottanasana. 1 minute
16. Uttanasana: 1 minute
17. Halasana: 5 minutes
18. Salamba Sarvangasana: 5 minutes
19. Paschimottanasana: 5 minutes

1. Salamba Sirsasana I: 5 minutes
2. Urdhvamukha Salabhasana
a. braccia indietro 3x
b. braccia di lato. 3x
c. braccia in avanti. 3x
3. Dvipada Adhomukha Salabhasana. 3x
a. braccia indietro 3x
b. braccia di lato. 3x
c. braccia in avanti. 3x
4. Ekapada Adhomukha Salabhasana
a. braccia indietro. 3x
5. Dhanurasana
6. Urdhvamukha Svanasana: 1 minute
7. Adhomukha Svanasana: 1 minute
8. Ustrasana: 1 minute
9. Halasana: 5 minutes
10. Salamba Sarvangasana: 5 minutes
11. Paschimottanasana: 5 minutes


1. Salamba Sirsasana I: 5 minutes
2. Paschimottanasana: 1 minute
3. Janu Sirsasana: 1 minute
4. Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana: 1 minute
5. Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana: 1 minute
6. Triangmukhaikapada Paschimottanasana I: 1 minute
7. Triangmukhaikapada Paschimottanasana II: 1 minute
8. Krounchasana : 1 minute
9. Marichyasana I: 1 minute
10. Urdhvamukha Paschimottanasana I: 1 minute
11. Upavistha Konasana: 5 minutes
12. Baddha Konasana II: 5 minutes
13. Parivrtta Padmasana: 1 minute
14. Bharadvajasana I: 1 minute
15. Bharadvajasana II: 1 minute
16. Marichyasana III: 1 minute
17. Marichyasana IV: 1 minute
18. Halasana: 5 minutes
19. Salamba Sarvangasana: 5 minutes


1. Salamba Sirsasana I: 5 minutes
2. Padmasana
b. Parvatasana: 1 minute
c. Gomukhasana: 1 minute
d. Namasté II: 1 minute
3. Yoga Mudrasana I
a. Supta Parvatasana: 1 minute
4. Supta Padmasana: 1 minute
5. Matsyasana I: 1 minute
6. Matsyasana II: 1 minute
7. Vajrasana I: 1 minute
8. Vajrasana II: 1 minute
9. Supta Vajrasana
a. Dvipada Supta Vajrasana: 1 minute
b. Ekapada Supta Vajrasana: 1 minute
10. Virasana I: 1 minute
11. Upavistha Virasana I (ginocchia divaricate): 1 minute
12. Virasana II: 1 minute
13. Upavistha Virasana II (ginocchia divaricate): 1 minute
14. Supta Virasana: 1 minute
15. Baddha Konasana I: 1 minute
16. Baddha Konasana II: 1 minute
17. Halasana: 5 minutes
18. Salamba Sarvangasana: 5 minutes
19. Paschimottanasana: 5 minutes

Newsletter N. 1/2015

God gave man the Garden of Eden, that was everything, and man accepted at first with gratitude.

Man then discovered his transformative power, and preferred it to the gift of God.

Man become ungrateful, and pure nature was raped.

In the place of Adam, born thanks to the same substance of the earth, dust to dust, and in the place of the Holy Spirit, straight blown in Mother Earth’s womb, man decided to conceive himself, rejecting that his power was a God’s gift.

Man lost his purity, and demanded to be God himself.

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Newsletter N. 1/2014

Saturday 14th December at the Dhyana Centered Yoga Studio of Patrizia Gregori we had a practical Centered Yoga seminar, followed by a debate on the subject of freedom.

Patrizia’s introduction:

Talking about freedom from conditions means, in the first instance, to ask ourselves what is a condition and what conditioning means and find out the fundamental difference.

Being a certain age is undoubtedly a condition, letting age condition us means conditioning. Freedom from conditions has to be differentiated from conditions, in as much as we don’t become free coming out from our own conditions but from the conditioning that those conditions can provoke or simply evoke.

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Newsletter N. 3/2013

Saturday 9th November Patrizia Gregori held a seminar on Centered Yoga at the Centered Yoga Academy – Dhyana Studio: 20 students took part and at the end there was a discussion on awareness. The meeting offered an opportunity to exchange opinions both with students of our school and with non students, who came to us interested by the subject of our meeting. There was a buffet offered to everyone at the end.

This was the first of a series of meetings planned for this year at the Centered Yoga Academy – Dhyana Studio. The next meeting is planned for the middle of December and the debate will be about the subject of freedom.

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Newsletter N. 2/2013

On the 4th of May 2013 the ICYA started a new teacher’s training course for non-Italians. At the end of the week we attached a ‘fun’ weekend with new and old students – a kind of late birthday party.

Friday afternoon Barbara and Francesca held a general class.

In the evening there was a ‘concert’ with Dona on the piano, and Gianluigi, Dona’s piano teacher, who generously played for us. Patrizia sang and Paolo played the saxophone.

One might ask: why bother to go through all the effort to practice the piano and then play in front of students and friends as a non-professional. After all, I am a yoga teacher, not a pianist. Why go through the adrenalin rush?

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