Private Yoga - FeelGood Yoga

Private Yoga / Yoga for Individuals

Why should you have your own yoga instructor? Because I will focus all my attention on you, so you can practice more efficiently and at your own pace.

We provide a yoga mat for you, and use Panarom Aromatherapy oils and music during the final relaxation, so that you get completely refreshed for the rest of the day.
Practice yoga to recharge your batteries near Széll Kálmán tér, in Batthyány street 51.

Yoga Studio near Széll Kálmán square

Yoga studio for private yoga classes or small groups in the 1st district near Széll Kálmán tér in 51 Batthyány street. Yoga is taught in English and Hungarian.

Feelgood Yoga is only a 2-minute walk from Mammut Shopping Center, Széna tér and Széllkapu park. Batthyány street is parallel to Csalogány and Hattyú streets.

Private Yoga - FeelGood Yoga

Private Yoga / Yoga for Individuals

Why should you have your own yoga instructor? Because I will focus all my attention on you, so you can practice more efficiently and at your own pace.

We provide a yoga mat for you, and use Panarom Aromatherapy oils and music during the final relaxation, so that you get completely refreshed for the rest of the day.
Practice yoga to recharge your batteries near Széll Kálmán tér, in Batthyány street 51.

Yoga Studio near Széll Kálmán square

Yoga studio for private yoga classes or small groups in the 1st district near Széll Kálmán tér in 51 Batthyány street. Yoga is taught in English and Hungarian.

Feelgood Yoga is only a 2-minute walk from Mammut Shopping Center, Széna tér and Széllkapu park. Batthyány street is parallel to Csalogány and Hattyú streets.

About

The first yoga lesson I took was a Bikram class in 2006, and since then I have practiced yoga on and off until I completed the 200-hour Sivananda teacher training, where during Ganga’s lessons I realised that this is what I wanted to do.
Yoga became my daily routine. Now, if I miss it, my day is incomplete. Real yoga forms not only your body, but shapes your life too.

Morning wake-up routine – with only 5 minutes of exercise/yoga if you do some extra yoga, it will surely be a perfect start to your day!

Total refreshment for your mind and body in 20 minutes!
They say that if you do something every day for 3 weeks, it will become a habit – try it!
For the printable version, click here.

1.
First, if you are lucky enough to have someone next to you or live with someone you love: before you grab your phone, give them a hug or a smile!
You can even say a few nice words to them, even if it’s your dog, but this is really optional. If you have nobody around you at the moment, name 3 good things/feelings/people that are currently in your life. It can be anything!
No, you are not watching an American yoghurt commercial; this is your life, and what you do and think will determine who you are.
Drink a glass of water (at least 250 cl).
2 minutes

2.
Prepare your favourite caffeinated, non-alcoholic drink. It can be coffee, tea, or Mate tea (this is the best choice because it boosts you for a much longer period than coffee does). While your caffeinated drink reaches the right temperature, complete steps 3 and 4.
1 minute

3.
Meditate for 5 minutes. Set your phone, close your eyes, and focus inward. Sit loosely on your yoga mat, or if your knees do not allow it, in your bed. You may even use something for your back as a support. Focus on your breath only, try to stay in the present. Feel as your abdominal wall rises as you breath in, and not your chest. If your thughts have wandered off (they usually do, it’s in their nature), try to focus on the good things in your life.
Say thank you, in present tense, for the things you already have in your life. We know that the ultimate goal is detachment, but while we are not there, we still want to feel well.
Now finish your life-saving morning drink!
6 minutes

4.
Write a to-do list with the most important things on a piece of paper or on your phone.
If you are a music addict but have not turned on anything yet, do it now!

Drink a glass of water.
3 minutes

5.
Move your spine, jump, dance, make circles carefully with your upper body, stretch, or do anything you like the most in yoga class, except for the relaxation part.
5 minutes

6.
Before the shower, go over your dry body with a scrub brush, sauna gloves, or a stiff towel if you don’t have anything else. Smile, or force yourself to smile, in front of the mirror, and name at least 3 things about your body that are positive and you like about yourself. If you have gone this far reading, then you must have a good sense of humour, so that’s only two more things left!
Tap on your forehead and nape strongly with your fingertips, and massage your scalp with your fingers – don’t spare yourself. As blood circulation improves in your head, you will freshen up – it’s time to wake up! Don’t forget to smile. If you really cannot do it, at least stick your tongue out and look at your teeth.
Shower for 2 minutes, then finish off by slowly cooling the water down. Yes – you can make it!
Use cold water first on right leg, then left leg, right arm, and finally your left arm. Always start with the areas farthest away from your heart. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, only use cold water up until your knees or mid-thigh. Here comes the most important part: now that your body has gotten used to the temperature, shower your entire body and face with cold or almost cold water. I swear this is just as addictive as coffee, only without any side effect! Depending on your temperament, be brave, shout, snuff, or suffer in silence.
If you have not dried yourself completely, use some lotion or oil. This, combined with cold water, will make your skin really beautiful.
Drink your third glass of water!
4 minutes

Have a wonderful day!